The Oral Board Examination in Emergency Medicine is usually a onetime career experience. Whether you are preparing for the examination, or you are a Board Certified Emergency Physician with colleagues looking to you for study recommendations, keeping abreast of current resources is beneficial. An ideal guide for Oral Boards would include a concise topic review, a handful of cases that are easy to study and practice, and a structured information-gathering system to approach patient simulations. The First Aid series text meets the grade in some of these respects, but also has significant pitfalls that will be reviewed below.
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Published online: August 24, 2011
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