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Medical Student Toolkit: Books

A collection of resources to support all four years of undergraduate medical students at the University of Manitoba

Recommended Textbooks

The following  textbooks are recommended in support of the UGME curriculum.  Refer to Clinical Skills (CS), Indigenous Health (IH)Population Health (PH), and Professionalism (PR) tabs in this Toolkit for resources in support of these longitudinal course.  Links to all resources available electronically through the University of Manitoba Libraries are provided. A limited number of copies of textbooks not held electronically are available for checkout from the Libraries (Call Numbers are provided below). All recommended textbooks are available for purchase through the UM Bannatyne Campus Health Sciences Bookstore. To locate additional textbooks or resources available through the Libraries please consult the Library Catalogue.

Comprehensive Textbook | Foundation of Medicine (FM) | Blood & Immunology (BI) | Cardiovascular (CV) | Endocrine&Metabolism (EM) | Gastro, Hept, Nutrition (GHN) | Infectious Diseases&Therapeutics (IDT) | Musculoskeletal (MSK) | Neuroscience (NS) |  Intro to Oncology (ONC) | Respiratory (RS) | Urinary Tract (UT) | Womens' Reproductive Health (WRH) | Consolidation (CM) | Clerkship Rotations | Medical Sciences | Dermatology 

Comprehensive Textbook

Foundations of Medicine (FM)

Blood & Immunology (BI)

Cardiovascular (CV)

Endocrine & Metabolism (EM)

Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition (GHN)

Infectious Diseases & Therapeutics (IDT)

Consolidation (CM)


Musculoskeletal (MSK)

Neuroscience (NS)

Supplementary Resources

Principles of Oncology (ONC)

Urinary Tract (UT)

Respiratory (RS)

Womens' Reproductive Health (WRH)

Clerkship (Year 3 & 4)

Family Medicine

Obstetrics / Gynecology



Medical Sciences


Supplemental Anatomy Resources