doctor's handbook

doctor's handbook

A lab-coat-pocket-sized paper or intranet collection of material relevant to a junior doctor—especially one in training or at a particular teaching hospital.

Features
Extracts of practice guidelines for common conditions, checklists for complex procedures, chemotherapy, tables, nomograms for drug dose or prognostic rules, staff directory, contact details, accident procedures, etc.
References in periodicals archive ?
It is straight out of the spin doctor's handbook of Mandelson and Campbell.
Barefoot Doctor's Handbook for Modern Lovers" by Stephen Russell 9.