Swanson’s Family Medicine Review: Expert Consult – Online and Print, 7e

Swanson’s Family Medicine Review efficiently summarizes all the latest know-how in primary care and family medicine practice, giving you the assistance you need to maximize your preparation for the ABFM exam. The case histories and review questions in this best-selling family medicine review book test your knowledge of the latest diagnostic methods, medications, and management techniques, ensuring you’ll be fully prepared to land the best score. Study with Swanson’s Family Medicine Review, the most effective review tool available!

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3 comments for “Swanson’s Family Medicine Review: Expert Consult – Online and Print, 7e

  1. RM
    October 26, 2013 at 2:10 AM

    The best of very good options I used Swanson’s paperback prior to successful recertification in 03. Now it is time to cram again. A friend was very happy with Graber and Wilbur’s book, so I looked at it. It was actually very fun to read due to their humorous insertions. Covers a lot of important topics, and the highlighted helpful tips are actually very helpful. Somehow the Swanson seemed more polished, so I went with it. The lay out of Swanson isn’t conducive to my $69 Kindle. I had to get paperback because the questions and answers come in small clusters. I had to jump back and forth between different screens. Much easier to flip physical pages than multiple pushes of the forward/back buttons. The cluster of answers is followed by a discussion of the illustrated topics. If I was determined to use the Kindle, I would have gone with Graber and Wilbur. The answer immediately follows each question. Use the preview and Kindle Sample options on Amazon to see which you like better. Either one should all good test prep, if read. Failure to read won’t help in either case. Which will you more likely read?

  2. Mr. S
    October 26, 2013 at 2:29 AM

    Good start but you will need more Used this book for the April 2013 recert exam. I read this book cover to cover and it is definitely a good start. I do not practice Family Medicine ( I work in an emergency room), so I do not use a lot of this material each day. This book brought me up to speed on the basic topics in Family medicine. There are quite a few typo mistakes, however they are easy to catch. Very little obstetrics on the exam (unless you choose that module). You can almost skip that section. However, you will need to review question/ answer format that is similar to the ABFM exam format. This book is NOT at all in the same type of question/answer format that is on the exam. I highly suggest you review every question on the ABFM website from the last three years In-training exams. These questions are exactly the same format (also some identical questions were on the exam this year) as the true ABFM exam. There are hundreds of other similar question on the AAFP website, however you need to be a member to access those questions. Reviewing the ABFM/AAFP questions is probably more important, I think, than studying this book. I did both and scored very high on the exam. However I probably over studied. I started about three months before the exam.

  3. William R. Smith "Bill"
    October 26, 2013 at 2:44 AM

    I good review book I just took the ABFM and this was a good place to start to review, I don’t think this single book enough to pass the exam however. The Kindle format is great!

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