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SJSM Book List MD1

By Med stu - Thursday, April 5, 2012 3 Comments
This is the Official list of books that the school wants you to get, you should have received the book list in the mail, but in case you did not get it, the list can be obtained from : http://www.sjsm.org/library/book-index.html

All the books below are according to the SJSM website as told by the school.



Clinically Oriented Anatomy

Recommended References:

Human anatomy - Atlases

Medical terminology


Basic Histology (Basic Histology)

Recommended Reference:

Wheater's Functional Histology: A Text and Colour Atlas, 5th Edition - a text and colour atlas 


The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology

Recommended Reference:

Langman's medical embryology. - T. W. Sadler


Clinical Ethics: A practical approach to Ethical Decision in Clinical Medicine

Recommended Reference:

Doing Right: A Practical Guide to Ethics for Medical Trainees and Physicians - a practical guide to ethics for medical trainees and physicians

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3 comments to ''SJSM Book List MD1"

  1. Hi medstulife

    I love your blog, it has been incredibly useful for me throughout my preparation for the upcoming semester. I had one question, you mentioned earlier in another post that the slides offer us the information that we need. How much of your time did you spend going through the books compared to the notes? How essential are they to succeed in class?

    I was just curious because I was under the impression that the BRS series would be sufficient according to some people.

    Thank you in advance

  2. Hi,
    thank you very much

    The truth is for class you basically just need the notes that the teachers provide but some teachers might expect more from you than their notes or their notes are very clear then in that case you just need BRS cuz they good you a good summary of what you need to know
    thats why if you see my other post: http://medstulife.blogspot.com/2011/07/md-what-do-i-really-need-updated.html

    you'll notice i only recommend BRS books, but these are the books the school and other medical school recommend reason being they give you detailed explanation of everything that you need to know, BRS is a review book so it wont give you all the details and the more you know the better it is.

    But for the classes itself i would just focus on notes and BRS books :)