Teaching Rounds: A Visual Aid to Teaching Internal Medicine Pearls on the Wards
Authors: Navin Kumar, MD, and Anica Law, MD
Teaching Rounds: A Visual Aid to Teaching Internal Medicine Pearls on the Wards is a unique guide designed to facilitate teaching of internal medicine students, interns and residents in clinical settings. The book, authored by two graduates of the Brigham and Women’s Internal Medicine residency, aims to remove barriers to teaching by providing concise, evidence-based lesson plans on common clinical topics.
Teaching Rounds covers 10 key topics, or “pearls,” within each of 10 different medicine specialties. Each topic is featured on its own removable card that includes a visual aid on the front and a question-and-answer guide for teachers to use to explain concepts to learners.
Network Medicine: Complex Systems in Human Disease and Therapeutics
Authors: Joseph Loscalzo, MD, PhD, Albert-László Barabási, PhD, and Edwin K. Silverman, MD, PhD
Network Medicine: Complex Systems in Human Disease and Therapeutics introduces the rapidly evolving field of network-based medical research. Leading experts contributed to this volume on network medicine, detailing the progress being made and the challenges that remain.
The authors offer a comprehensive overview of systems-based approaches to studying and understanding complex diseases. In addition, they explain network medicine’s unique features, including the integrated analysis of modern genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics and proteomics technologies, as well as systems analysis of complex molecular networks.