The previous edition of this book is The Ultimate Medical Mnemonic Comic Book: Color Version (ISBN 978-1532726217)
The Ultimate Medical Mnemonic Comic Book combines mnemonics, over 150 cartoons, bullet points, and humor to review and retain important medical information.
Whether you’re a medical student, physician, physician assistant, nurse, student, or other health care professional, you need to access a vast wealth of information quickly and accurately. From the finer points of human physiology to differential diagnoses, pharmacology, and complex medical procedures, you’re expected to have the facts you need, when you need them.
Memorizing and retaining so much information is a gargantuan task. Health care professors Dwayne A. Williams and Isaak. N. Yakubov are here to help with hundreds of health care–related memory aids.
While not intended to be a sole source of information, Williams and Yakubov’s work offers a lighthearted but effective supplement to traditional textbooks. Clever mnemonics and funny wordplay stick in your head, while cartoons offer memory anchors for visual learners.
The Ultimate Medical Mnemonic Comic Book adds entertainment and laughter to what would otherwise be a grueling test of memory. Whether you’re still studying or just need a quick mental refresher, The Ultimate Medical Mnemonic Comic Book helps you learn and retain the knowledge you need to succeed in your chosen health care career.
Dwayne A. Williams is the author of the best-selling book PANCE Prep Pearls. He graduated from the Long Island University physician assistant program with honors, and he has practiced as a physician assistant since 2002. A member of the Physician Assistant Honor Society Pi Alpha, Williams is the director of didactic education at Long Island University and an adjunct professor for the Weill Cornell Medical College’s physician assistant program. He also teaches Physical Assistant National Certification Exam review courses and is a clinical preceptor for the Long Island University program.
Isaak N. Yakubov graduated from the Long Island University physician assistant program with a master’s, and he has practiced as a physician assistant since 2014. He teaches at Long Island University as an adjunct for the School of Health Professions and is a clinical preceptor for students from the York, NYIT, and Wagner College physician assistant programs.