First Exposure books give you --
*Just the right amount of information to read and absorb during your clerkship
*An orientation to each specialty and the ways it differs from other specialties
*What you can expect to get from your clerkship
*Clinically helpful information on the procedures you will see and perform
*A breakdown of the "Chief Complaints" you are most likely to encounter, with a table of "Don't-Miss Diagnoses"
*Essential information on common diseases and conditions seen in each specialty
Adding value to the clerkship experience -- that's what First Exposure is all about.