FRCR Physics Notes book
The beautiful FRCR Physics Notes are also available as an eBook for Kindle
Available now on Kindle
The RadiologyCafe FRCR Physics notes that attract thousands every month are finally available as an e-book for Kindle.
Now you can download, annotate and bookmark your very own copy of the notes that users have said is an excellent resource for radiology physics revision.
Written by a UK-based radiology trainee who was frustrated with the lack of available resources, these notes cover all aspects of radiology physics with plenty of diagrams to explain even the most complicated concept in an easy-to-follow way.
The notes are based on the RCR R-ITI modules to echo the content of the FRCR part 1 exams and have undergone assessment and critique by physicists around the country as well as extensive user feedback to ensure the most accurate, useful and up-to-date resource for radiology physics revision.
The book was released on 25th February 2018 so get your own copy in time for the spring exam by visiting Amazon now.
FRCR Physics Notes feedback
“Presentation of the concepts is extremely simplified using colorful diagrams at each step with concise and only useful stuff, not the redundant historical data. It’s the best resource to study physics for all radiologists"
“Thanks for such a concise and wonderful set of notes. I read it one day before the exams. I’ve watched numerous videos and read a few text books but your notes really helped me to understand the MRI concepts better, finally. Thank you"
“Physics made easy. Thank you"
“These are really really good notes"
“Very good and concise notes. Really helping me study. Thank you very much"
Dr Sarah Abdulla
Neuroradiology Clinical Fellow, University of Toronto
Dr Christopher Clarke
Consultant Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Radiologist, Nottingham University Hospitals
Illustrations by Dr Sarah Abdulla.
Cover design by Dr Christopher Clarke.
First Edition for Kindle
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-9999885-0-0
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