SOAP for Cardiology
SOAP for Cardiology features over 50 clinical problems with each case presented in an easy to read 2-page layout. Each step presents information on how that case would likely be handled. Questions under each category teach the students important steps in clinical care. T he SOAP series is a unique resource that provides a step-by-step… (0 comment)

SOAP for Obstetrics and Gynecology
SOAP for Obstetrics and Gynecology features over 60 clinical problems with each case presented in an easy-to-read 2-page layout. Each step presents information on how that case would likely be handled. Questions under each category teach the students important steps in clinical care. The SOAP series is a unique resource that also provides a step-by-step… (0 comment)

SOAP for Family Medicine
SOAP for Family Medicine features 90 clinical problems with each case presented in an easy to read 2-page layout. Each step presents information on how that case would likely be handled. Questions under each category teach the students important steps in clinical care. SOAP series is a unique resource that also provides a step-by-step guide… (0 comment)

SOAP for Internal Medicine
SOAP for Internal Medicine features 75 clinical problems with each case presented in an easy-to-read 2-page layout. Each step presents information on how that case would likely be handled. Questions under each category teach the students important steps in clinical care. The SOAP series is a unique resource that also provides a step-by-step guide to… (0 comment)

SOAP For Orthopedics
  Preface: Learning through this model reinforces a thought process that is already familiar to students and residents, facilitating easier long-term retention. SOAP promotes good communication between physicians and facilitates the teaching/learning process. SOAP puts the emphasis back on the patient’s clinical problem and not the diagnosis. In the age of managed care, SOAP meets… (0 comment)

SOAP for Urology
Like most medical students, I started my ward experience head down and running, eager to finally make contact with real patients. What I found was a confusing world, completely different from anything I had known during the first two years of medical school. New language, foreign abbreviations and residents too busy to set my bearings… (0 comment)