The phrase, “She wrote the book…” now applies to Dr. Tam, who has just been published as co-author and co-editor of a new medical textbook, “Ambulatory Gynecology,” published by Springer Publications. Already a big seller in both print and e-book, Ambulatory Gynecology is soon to become the “de facto” reference on the subject of office-based gynecology. It covers a wide range of topics including the chapter written by Dr. Tam “Abnormal Uterine Bleeding”. Other chapters were written by noted physicians, with the overall book edited by a team of medical editors including Dr. Tam.
Description from the Springer webpage:
“There are approximately 55,000 practicing ob/gyns in the United States. The obstetrics and gynecology residency training authority (the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) has now pushed ambulatory primary and preventative care to the top of its list for residency training. Interest in the area of ambulatory gynecology is not just growing in the field of ob/gyn, however; family and primary care practitioners, emergency room physicians, and advance practice nurses all must know how to diagnose, manage, and treat gynecological conditions. Since office technology has expanded and decision-making has become increasingly complex, physicians need a guide through the endless list of treatment options for commonly presenting gynecologic disorders. Ambulatory Gynecology gives practitioners tools for diagnosis, investigation and management of these disorders, including decision-making algorithms. The text is evidence-based. From endocrine disorders to breast disease, preventative measures for osteoporosis to management of an abnormal pap smear, from adolescent gynecology to menopause, this book is crucial for office-based physicians to feel confident practicing in all areas of gynecology.” (©Springer Publications)
Follow this link to read more about “Ambulatory Gynecology”: https://www.springer.com/us/product-marketing-tool/flyer/9781493976393
If you are interested in purchasing the book, it is available on Amazon in both softcover and e-book versions. “Ambulatory Gynecology”. J.V. Knaus, M.J. Jachtorowycz, A.A. Adajar, T. Tam (Eds.); 1st ed. 2018, 16 chapters; 425 pages; 50 illustrations; 34 illustrations in color. Springer Publications.