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Why are medical books and journals important for my medical career/practice?
Guidelines for treating diseases keep changing due to the fast pace of medical and pharmaceutical innovation. Keeping up with this new information is intimidating. Add to this all the information that healthcare practitioners learned once in medical college but forgot, or never knew and now need to find.
Clinicians, especially general physicians, have to be up-to-date with the latest information for both patients, who have a vast information source available to them, thanks to the internet and the organizations they work in, which increasingly track the quality of care. Thus, the doctor needs to upskill in his specialty within the limits of his free time.
This is where books and journals come in. It is a powerful tool to get the latest and best evidence-based practices and to learn from their fellow clinicians’ experiences.
As William Osler said, “A physician who does not use books and journals, who does not need a library, who does not read one or two of the best weeklies and monthlies, soon sinks to the level of the cross-counter prescriber, and not alone in practice, but in those mercenary feelings and habits that characterize a trade.”
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