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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 medical trainees in Canada and abroad. 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 33 years we have remained committed to our original vision. The 2018 edition of Toronto Notes contains significant improvements and new editions including:
1. A brand new Medical Genetics chapter with evidence based medicine highlights.
2. Updated versions of the Clinical Handbook and STAT Notes that are more concise, with new figures and additions.
3. An updated website featuring a colour atlas, ECG and heart sound tutorials, essentials of medical imaging, and over 50 OSCE practice questions and scenarios.
4. A significantly improved interactive eBook with many new high-quality colour images.
5. An updated 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.
Toronto Notes 2018 is produced by Toronto Notes for Medical Students Inc., which is a non-for-profit organization supporting various charity organizations and medical student initiatives in the city of Toronto and across the globe. This year, sponsored organizations included Community Affairs, the Ontario Medical Student Weekend (OMSW), the University of Toronto Class Councils, Save A Child’s Heart, Earth Tones, Medical Student Research Day (MRSD), The Medical Student Education Research Grant (MSERG), Daffydil, the Conference of the Australian Medical School Association, among others. We would like to thank you for supporting these initiatives through your purchase of Toronto Notes 2018.
We would like to highlight the exceptional work of our team, composed of over 150 medical students, medical illustrators, and faculty members at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. Without the tireless effort expended by these individuals, the production of Toronto Notes 2018 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, Ilya Mukovozov and Kirill Zaslavsky, our associate editors, Graham Mazereeuw, Samik Doshi, Mark Shafarenko, Sangwoo Leem, Tara Tofighi, Sheliza Halani, and our EBM editors, Alexander Sapa, Keeth Krishnan, Shubham Shan, Jin Kyu Kim, Sukhmani Sodhi, Arnav Agarwal. 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 2018.
We would like to continue to encourage feedback – this year’s edition saw many improvements thanks to suggestions from our readers. We hope that Toronto Notes 2018 enhances your medical knowledge and allows you to perform better on both your clinical rotations and licensing exams. On behalf of the Toronto Notes 2018 team, we wish you success in your studies and academic endeavours.
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