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Nurses! Test Yourself in Anatomy and Physiology

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Title: Nurses! Test Yourself in Anatomy and Physiology

Authors: Katherine Rogers & William Scott

Publisher: Open University Press 2011

Reviewer: Allison Crocker, theatre practitioner, Poole General Hospital

What was it like?

The book is a wide ranging test resource covering the full range of topics in anatomy and physiology split by body system. Each system is questioned by a differing range of questions including labelling diagrams, true false and multiple choice. Answers are given with full explanations in order to reinforce the learning.

Nurses! Test yourself in anatomy

What were the highlights? 

The highlight  is the inclusion of diagram labelling, which is often neglected in books of this type.

Strengths & weaknesses:

The strength of the book is its comprehensive coverage of the full range of body systems. It has no major weaknesses I could identify.

Who should read it?

The book will prove ideal for the student operating department practitioner or nurse revising the field prior to an examination.

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