The Texas JP Exam guide, now in print

[Update: Sorry, I’m no longer offering the print edition]

I finished polishing the print version of my review book for the Texas Medical Jurisprudence Exam and made it available on Amazon last month. It started outselling the Kindle version after a few weeks, which goes to show that—assuming relative costs are reasonable—a lot people still like reading books on paper.

It’s also useful as a non-pharmacological sleep aid.


Jordan 08.15.16 Reply

Hi Ben,

I’ve stopped in on your site since applying for residency back as an MS4. I’m stopping in again now as a PGY2 (Also in Texas) to say thanks for writing the Jurisprudence Exam book (much better option than the notorious online course or other study guides.
There are 2 corrections I would add to the book.
1. The strict ECT requirements are from One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, not A Clockwork Orange
2. Special licensing for prescribing methadone and buprenorphine is for their use as an opiate replacement. Using them for pain management doesn’t need the special license.

Keep up the great blog work.

Ben 08.15.16 Reply

Thanks, totally right about that movie reference. Rookie mistake! And good catch on #2 as well, I appreciate it (both are now correct/clarified).

Ben 08.18.16

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