Toronto Notes 2015

Toronto Notes is a concise and comprehensive medical review revised annually by the University of Toronto student contributors under the guidance of the Faculty of Medicine. For 31 years, Toronto Notes has been a premier study resource for the Canadian MCCQE and USMLE Step II medical licensing exams. This edition provides concise and comprehensive information on the objectives covered by these exams, including the most recent best practice guidelines and up-to-date trials for clinical practice. Toronto Notes is an excellent resource for clinical rotations and this text contains 30 subject-specific chapters

My vision for the cover of Toronto Notes 2015 was to create something that a medical student would be proud to have on their bookshelf; playing with the idea of a continuous front and back covers and creating illusions of depth with the anterior and posterior aspects of the heart. This edition of Toronto Notes (as well as Essential Med Notes) is available in print as well as the colourized digital e-book. 

 Cover design 2015 – A Hui & K Procunier

Cover design 2015 – A Hui & K Procunier

 Chapter: NEUROANATOMY Figure caption: Classification of aphasia

Chapter: NEUROANATOMY
Figure caption: Classification of aphasia

 Chapter: CARDIOLOGY Figure caption: Learning to read an ECG from P wave to T wave and understanding vectors based on Lead II.

Chapter: CARDIOLOGY
Figure caption: Learning to read an ECG from P wave to T wave and understanding vectors based on Lead II.

 Chapter: EMERGENCY MEDICINE Figure caption: FAST method – the four key locations to consider and their schematic ultrasound views.

Chapter: EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Figure caption: FAST method – the four key locations to consider and their schematic ultrasound views.