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As the Editors-in-Chief of Toronto Notes 2017, we are proud to present this updated edition.
Toronto Notes began humbly in 1985 from a set of student notes circulated among medical students at the University of Toronto. Over time, Toronto Notes has grown into one of the premier study resources for generations of Canadian medical trainees. This rich history solidified our commitment to publish a comprehensive study resource for medical students engaged in clinical rotations and studying for both the Canadian MCCQE Part 1 and USMLE Step 2.
For the past 32 years we have remained committed to our original vision. The 2017 edition of Toronto Notes contains significant improvements including:
1. A new emphasis on ‘Approaches to Common Clinical Presentations’ in addition to traditional content organized by disease.
2. A completely revised Psychiatry chapter incorporating the DSM-V in a quick-to-reference and readable format.
3. The Toronto Notes Quiz App, which is available for free on iTunes and Google Play. This app contains hundreds of questions allowing users to test themselves on the content contained within Toronto Notes.
4. A significantly improved interactive eBook with many new high-quality colour images.
5. A brand-new Clinical Handbook that is more concise, has numerous new figures, and features approaches to hundreds of common clinical situations.
Toronto Notes 2017 is produced by Toronto Notes for Medical Students Inc., which is a non-for-profit organization supporting various charity organizations in the city of Toronto. This year Toronto Notes for Medical Students has supported organizations including medical school clubs, community outreach groups, student bursaries and scholarships, and the Canadian Cancer Society. Your purchase of Toronto Notes 2017 is much appreciated by these well deserving groups.
We would like to highlight the exceptional work of our team, composed of over 150 medical students, medical illustrators/artists, and faculty members at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. Without the tireless effort expended by these individuals the production of Toronto Notes 2017 would not have been possible. In particular, we would like to highlight the work of the executive team, all of whom made personal sacrifices in balancing their clinical and academic duties with the responsibilities asked of them: our production managers, Tina Binesh Marvasti and Sydney McQueen, our associate editors, Narayan Chattergoon, Desmond She, Claudia Frankfurter, Inna Gong, Dhruvin Hirpara, and Sneha Raju, and our EBM editors, Arnav Agarwal, Quynh Huynh, Robert Vanner, Brittany Prevost, Simran Mundi, and Valerie Lemieux. We also want to highlight the work of Rajkumari Chatterjee from University of Toronto Bookstore, who has contributed to the production of Toronto Notes for the past ten years, and has been instrumental in the annual launch of the Toronto Notes Ebook. Lastly, we would like to thank our partners at Type & Graphics Inc., particularly Enrica Aguilera, for their assistance during the production of Toronto Notes 2017.
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