Hutchison’s Clinical Methods, authored by Robert Hutchison first began early in the year 1897 (that’s almost a century ago, BTW) as the very first textbook on clinical skills. The book puts great emphasis on the development of good clinical skills and a sound understanding of the quality doctor-patient relationship. It thus provides a very comprehensive text on history taking (HX), patient examination and differential diagnosis. A very concise and systematic approach has been adopted to help explain things in a very simple yet effective manner so that its readers get the most of it.
Below are a few quick features of Hutchison’s Clinical Methods PDF which we think you will find interesting if you are planning to use this book for learning clinical methods:
- The book provides a comprehensive account of the traditional methods of patient history-taking and examination but is updated with a full account of the role of modern investigative techniques.
- This is a book for students of all ages and all degrees of experience.
- This established textbook of clinical methods has been thoroughly reviewed by an international group of students and trainee doctors to ensure the text concentrates on the basic principles of history and examination in all the various clinical settings which medical students need to master.
- The global perspective of the book has been enhanced with a new International Advisory Board recruited from South Asia and the Middle East.
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