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A syllabus of a course of chemical lectures read at Guy"s Hospital

by William Babington

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Published by Printed at the Royal Free School Press, by J. Lancaster in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chemistry

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    Statementby William Babington, Alexander Marcet, and William Allen
    ContributionsAllen, William, 1770-1843, Marcet, Alexander, 1770-1822, Guy"s Hospital
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 1 unnumbered page, 142 pages, 2 unnumbered pages ;
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26869188M

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    Course description: a A copy of this syllabus is available under “Syllabus”. Course material, announcements, homework assignments, practice quizzes, If you can, read up on upcoming topics before they are presented in lecture. Refresh your knowledge in general chemistry, physics and especially math. Having to relearn. Yeovil Hospital’s OSCE prep training is delivered over a 4 day programme (with other training options available – see table below) and based on the criteria set by the NMC. The course syllabus equips candidates with the practical and theoretical knowledge to pass the OSCE exam. Yeovil Hospital’s OSCE training is delivered on a ward.

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