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general medicine

As used in the UK, a somewhat outmoded term for non-surgical, non-specialised patient care which preceded widespread secondary care (specialisation—e.g., haematology, nephrology, neurology).
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More people are now coming to general medicine by gong away from early sub-specialization.
The BiblioMed Series includes the BiblioMed Citation Series for General Medicine and BiblioMed Specialty Series for Cardiologists and Gastroenterologists.
The global publishing market for general medicine education is highly dynamic in nature since there is a strong disparity in the availability and adoption of modern technology along with its cost.
The objective of this study was to assess the perception of the students and faculty members about Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) in General Medicine.
Among the different market segments, the custom content publishing segment is estimated to hold the maximum share with a 57% market share in the total general medicine market.
Multiple Sclerosis: A Guide For Families draws upon specialists from the fields of neurology, general medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, psychology, social work, law, and people with MS.
Editorial will concentrate on topics relevant to both psychiatry and general medicine, including cardiovascular disease, long-term care, chronic pain management, cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome and reproductive disorders.
Canyon High teacher Jan Hayes, who heads the program, said students have worked with chiropractors, general medicine physicians, pediatricians, veterinarians and physical therapists, and have been assigned to the women's unit, internal medicine department, surgery and the hospital's emergency room.
OHSU has been acknowledged for a number of clinical and research breakthroughs in the areas of cancer, children's health, computer technology, genetics, trauma care, heart disease, hearing, infectious disease, general medicine, reproduction, mental health, interventional radiology, neurosciences, and nursing - among others.
Elsevier said that each issue includes relevant articles compiled from general medicine, subspecialty and basic science periodicals.

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