Books can be ordered at: www.uicbookstore.org
The UIC Medical Bookstore is located on-campus at:
Student Center West
828 South Wolcott Ave.
Chicago, IL 60612
Some of these texts can be found on-line on the UIC Library web page at:
CORE CLERKSHIPS: confirmed June 2016
Recommended: some of these texts available for loan from Family Medicine at UIC.
AFP Clerkship Topic List: found on the UIC Department of Family Medicine web site.
Essentials of Family Medicine, 6th Edition, Sloane, P.
CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment in Family Medicine, 4th Edition, South-Paul, J.
Blueprints Family Medicine, 3rd Edition, Lipsky, M.
The Color Atlas of Family Medicine, 2nd Edition, Usatine, R.
Case Files; Family Medicine, 3rd Edition, Toy, E.
Other resources that can be used:
Swanson’s Family Practice Review – questions/answers only
Essentials of Family Practice by Rakel
Manual of Family Medicine by Taylor http://vufind.carli.illinois.edu/vf-uic/Record/uic_2624394
Primary Care Medicine by Goroll
Medicine: A Primary Care Approach by Rubin
MEDICINE – Recommended: 1) a text for Internal Medicine, numerous options available at the book store.
2) MKSAP student question book to prepare for the shelf exam
One of the following texts:
Case Files http://vufind.carli.illinois.edu/vf-uic/Record/uic_2936912
Illustrated Textbook of Paediatrics
One of the following Question Book/Banks:
1. The following textbooks are highly recommended:
a. DSM-VTM: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, (5th ed). American Psychiatric Association, 2013.
b. Andreasen, N. & Black D. Introductory Textbook to Psychiatry, (6th ed.). American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc. 2014.
2. The following resources have been recommended by your peers:
a. USMLE World Question Bank
b. First Aid for the Psychiatry Clerkship
c. Lange Q&A Psychiatry
d. Psychiatry Pretest
Required: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Seventh Edition, by Charles R.B. Beckmann
Essentials of Obstetrics and Gynecology by Hacker & Moore
Recommended: Blueprints Obstetrics and Gynecology
SURGERY – Recommended Resources:
a. ACCESS SURGERY – a free online compendium of several texts for in depth information including anatomy, diagnosis,surgical approach, management. http://accesssurgery.com
b. Essentials of General Surgery, Peter F Lawrence, 4th Edition and online question bank, 5th Edition is to be released in October 2012.
c. CURRENT Diagnosis and Treatment Surgery: Thirteenth Edition, LANGE CURRENT Series, Free online via ACCESS SURGERY. http://accesssurgery.com/textbooks.aspx
d. pocket book reference:
Surgery A Competency-Based Companion, by Barry D. Mann, published by Saunders, 2008
a. Case Files: Surgery, free online via ACCESS SURGERY. http://accesssurgery.com/textbooks.aspx
b. MS Casebook
c. Virtual Patient, online resource. http://accesssurgery.com/textbooks.aspx
a. Pre-Test Surgery, free online via ACCESS SURGERY, approximately 600 questions. accesssurgery.com/textbooks.aspx
b. U-world Question Bank, approximately 160 questions.
Review your Clinical Neuroanatomy and Neurologic Exam materials including videos.
- Additional Neurology references will be updated on blackboard with available UIC library links.
2. Adam’s and Victor’s Principles of Neurology (latest edition) http://www.accessmedicine.com/resourceTOC.aspx?resourceID=54
- Review your clinical neuroanatomy and Neurologic Exam materials including videos
- Adam’s and Victors Principles of Neurology (latest edition)
- Dr. Testai’s (UIC) book, Hankey’s Clinical Neurology (2nd or current edition), Gorelick and Testai
- American Acadmeny of Neurology