30-08-2008, 12:21 AM #1
Since I've been so not-proactive about getting anything prepared for uni, I thought I'd get some of the books from the booklist online, but I don't know which ones to get!!!
I know there are the 4 essential ones: Vander's Physiology, the blue Biochemistry one, Essential Clinical Anatomy and Health and Illness in the community. I have the Biochem one and the Anatomy ones which I bought off Keeno cos he lives near me but I don't know what other books to get!!!
These are the ones it says on t'booklist to get (apart from those ones above)...
Systems 1: Review of Medical Physiology Ganong, also for sys. 2 and basic med sci so i guess this may be useful
Histology Ross, Pawling
Systems 2: Basic and Clinical Anatomy Peakman
Histology: A Text and Atlas with Correlated Cell and Molecular Biology with CDROM Ross, Pawling- I think this might be similar to the Histology one above
Essential Obstetrics and Gynaecology Symonds
General and Systematic Pathology: With Student Consult Online Access Underwood
Rang and Dale's Pharmacology with Other
Basic Sci. for Medicine: Emery's Elements of Medical Genetics with Other
Turnpenny, Peter D. Ellard
Medical Pharmacology at a Glance Michael J. Neal
Which should def. be bought and/or I might use later on and which ones would I be wiser to borrow? Does anyone have any I could buy cheaply ???
haha I'm making up for lost time in keeness....
30-08-2008, 12:24 AM #2
30-08-2008, 02:17 AM #3
Only the ones labelled as 'essential' are actually what we need. The other are supplementary, if u require additional info on given topic.
Also, Systems 2 is a part of second year programme... or maybe it's just my imagination anyway, no gynaecology on year 1, that's for sure.after an extreme NMM makeover u might find me using another profile (Kensei)..
30-08-2008, 02:21 AM #4
30-08-2008, 03:06 AM #5
Ah, but maybe the ob/gyn book is there just to support the basic physiology&anatomy texts when we'll proceed to female reproductive system at the end of yr 1? They do that sometimes, u don't really need a given book as a whole, they just want u to read a chapter or two if ur really curious. Who knows...after an extreme NMM makeover u might find me using another profile (Kensei)..
30-08-2008, 03:13 PM #6
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Do you not think buying books makes it so much more real? I'm getting really excited!Aberdeen 2008
30-08-2008, 05:54 PM #7
It certainly does, Eilidh.. that's why I had some of 'em bought 6 months ago
but just u wait, Ruridh will post in this thread any minute now, and tell us all to chillax How, I ask u, if there are only 3 more weeks to go? yayafter an extreme NMM makeover u might find me using another profile (Kensei)..
30-08-2008, 06:52 PM #8
30-08-2008, 08:53 PM #9
Does anyone have the link for the booklist? i used the one from the premed handbook and it just came up with a bookshop site saying "page not available"
Tis getting very exciting now. I am driving my friends crazy with uni talk when they probably want to enjoy what is left of summer. Can't wait, not long now.2nd Year Aberdeen Medic
30-08-2008, 10:01 PM #10
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Robert you know me too well. I was just about to say to everyone to take a chill pill.
However, as i am in a tense mood right now, i will help you out some more:
Academic, Educational and Business Books - Blackwell Bookshop Online
Copy and paste that bad boy link above ^^ and you wont go wrong. Also choose Systems 1 and Basic Science for Medicine and there is nothing you can do wrong.
See, i can be a nice person when i want to be.Aberdeen 2008