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Author: Kevin F. Smith, MD, MPH and Hayley J. Smith, LLB (JD)




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Table of Contents

Occupational and Environmental Medicine: Board Review and Clinical Synopsis

Author(s): Kevin F. Smith, MD, MPH and Hayley J. Smith, LLB (JD)

Occupational and Environmental Medicine: Board Review and Clinical Synopsis is an indispensable study guide for physicians preparing to take the Occupational Medicine board exam offered by the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM). Additionally, it is a quick reference tool for physicians, nurses and other health professionals for cases presenting in their clinical practice.

Preparing for and taking the Occupational Medicine Board Examination can be a daunting task for the busy professional. The first step toward achieving certification is being armed with the essential knowledge needed to successfully prepare for the exam.

Based on Dr. Smith's successful experience in taking and passing the exam three times over the past twenty years, these review outline notes are designed to assist busy physicians in their effort to prepare for the exam. Importantly, the book is based on known textbooks and covers the review topics suggested by the ABPM. Information for review is presented in a strategic and organized format.

The book's organization follows the Core Content Areas for certification in Occupational Medicine:

• Prevention, Exposure Assessment, Hazard Recognition and Control
• Clinical Patient Care
• OEHS Administration and Systems-Based Practice

The outline format allows the reader to quickly move through the review topics in a concise manner. Many valuable tables summarize information contained within the specific chapters and can aid in the final review process. The book format is designed to allow the user to write in additional notes as they study.

NOTE: The eBook version is online access only and is NOT downloadable.

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