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First produced in 1985 from a set of study notes drafted by medical students at the University of Toronto, Toronto Notes and its international version, Essential Med Notes, have grown to be one of the premier study resources for generations of medical graduates in Canada and abroad. This rich history is rooted in our commitment to publish a student-edited, comprehensive study resource to serve students across clinical rotations and in preparation for the USMLE Step 2 and the Canadian MCCQE Part I.
For 30 years, we have remained committed to our original vision. With each successive edition, we strive to enhance the features of our print and online resources by listening to the feedback of our users. The focus of Essential Med Notes 2015 is to make medical knowledge accessible and retainable by distilling information into high-quality figures, tables, algorithms, and clinical pearls. This edition of Essential Med Notes offers new and exciting changes. We feature a consistent and easy-to-view layout across 30 chapters including the new Vascular Surgery chapter. Moreover, we have updated the text to reflect current best practice guidelines and clinically-relevant advances in medical research. As well, the text has been revised to reflect the new DSM-5 clinical guidelines. We are particularly excited to present the new accompanying Essential Med Notes Handbook. In response to user feedback, the Handbook has been streamlined to provide you with the most essential and up-to-date information on clinical scenarios commonly encountered while on the ward, in the clinic, or in the operating room. Finally, we have enhanced the Essential Med Notes eBook to include additional high-quality color images for a superior mobile learning experience.
Essential Med Notes 2015 is produced by Toronto Notes for Medical Students Inc., a non-forprofit organization supporting various medical student initiatives including community outreach programs and medical school clubs through the University of Toronto Medical Society, charitable events, and student bursaries and scholarships.
The production of this text would not have been possible without the commitment, energy, and passion of our dedicated team of over 150 students, artists, and faculty members at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine as well as numerous faculty members at top-ranked U.S. institutions. We are grateful for the dedication and significant contributions of our lead editors: Amin Bahubeshi, Jillian Bardsley, Mandeep Pinky Gaidhu, Amanda Huynh, Jessica Huynh, Vahagn Karapetyan, Evan Lilly, Khaled Ramadan, and Karim Virani. We would also like to thank our Production Managers, Charles He and Ilya Mukovozov, for their hard work and efforts toward making this year’s edition a success. Our website team has been invaluable in improving our online resources to offer our users an enhanced electronic experience. We appreciate the creativity put forth by the Biomedical Communications artists in conceptualizing and developing numerous new illustrations as well as the innovative three dimensional cover rendering. We would also like to acknowledge our partners at Type & Graphics, particularly Enrica Aguilera, for their continued guidance in the production of this text. Finally we would like to express our deepest gratitude to all previous Editors-in-Chief of Essential Med Notes.
We hope you find Essential Med Notes to be an indispensable resource. We encourage your feedback and place tremendous importance on making changes based on the user experience. On behalf of the 2015 editorial team, we wish you the best in your studies and hope that you will find Essential Med Notes 2015 a valuable asset to your success.
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