The Bedford Murder: an Evidence-Based Clinical Mystery
Leslie Sharpe is a young family doctor in the town of Bedford, who sees a lot of interesting clinical cases in her everyday practice. When Nick Sampson suddenly disappears in mysterious circumstances and the body of a dead woman-who has connections to Nick, to Sharpe, and to you-turns up, you are drawn into the web of this thrilling and interactive mystery.
First and foremost, The Bedford Murder is a book about evidence: in a murder mystery, evidence must be considered to determine a murderer. The story includes a range of common medical problems and disorders that patients present with to a family doctor, including diabetes, hypertension, pregnancy, depression, angina, ankle injury, and oral contraception. As you and Sharpe are challenged to use an evidence based approach in caring for the patients you encounter, some bits of their stories bring you closer and closer to solving the mystery.
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