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My MRCPsych Revision (papers 1+2)
Theoretical Approaches in Psychology (Routledge Modular Psychology)
"I started here. It's an A'level textbook, but covers psychological models and the key players very well. If you're looking for an easy start, something to read on a sunny day, this is it."
Examination Notes in Psychiatry 4th Edition (Arnold Publication)
"This was my next step. I read, highlighted and reread this. Aimed towards old Pt1, so doesn't quite match syllabus any more."
Examination Notes in Psychiatry - Basic Sciences 2Ed (Hodder Arnold Publication)
"The companion book to the above. Not as well written IMHO, but useful."
Get Through MRCPsych Parts 1 and 2: 1001 EMIQs (Get Through Series)
"The most useful revision I did was to go through all of these questions, twice. It was almost like cheating when some of the questions came up."
The Complete MRCPsych Part I: A comprehensive guide to the examination: Pt. I (Hodder Arnold Publication)
"This is getting out of date given the change in format and syllabus, but a useful bank of True/False questions to check your knowledge."
The Human Brain and its Disorders
"Another book not really aimed at this level, but with reader-friendly reminders of the basics that other books brush over."
Key Topics in Psychiatry, 1e (MRCPsy Study Guides)
"This, along with any updated NICE guidelines, will make you feel like an expert. However, it's very dense, and I only actually managed a few chapters."
Psychiatry: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)
"None of the textbooks cover the history of psychiatry, as it's new on the syllabus. So I read this, which does just that."
Oxford Handbook of Psychiatry (Oxford Handbooks Series)
"I learnt the section at the front on definitions (there are so many terms for abnormal movement!), but otherwise, just reference."
The Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines
"The type-face of the new edition is a real mistake, but it still has really useful tables. Mainly reference, but read the whole psychosis chapter for info on different antipsychotics."
Symptoms in the Mind: An Introduction to Descriptive Psychopathology
"I read a few passages, but not much."
Shorter Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry
"More for reference."
ICD-10 : The ICD-10 Classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders : Clinical Descriptions and Diagnostic Guidelines
"I didn't use this (although it's useful at work). But it's just to mention again that I found reading the NICE guidelines useful."
Critical Appraisal for Psychiatrists, 1e (MRCPsy Study Guides)
"I didn't read this. I did read around six months' worth of BJP, which was useful. There were a lot of questions on the process of research, and the best way to learn it is to read lots of it."
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