Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr. is a medical doctor, author, editor, and publisher of medical and nursing books.
Dr. Glickman received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Texas in the undergraduate honors program of Plan II, graduated with high honors, and was initiated into the academic Honor Society of Phi Beta Kappa.
He received a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas.
He was the Editor-in-Chief of the popular medical books called Phantom Notes™ for over twenty years. Phantom Notes™ were published in 17 editions in the United States alone and have been sold in over 90% of the US and Canadian Health Science and Medical School Bookstores. Phantom Notes™ titles can be seen on Amazon.
Sold in over 30 countries, and translated into several foreign languages, including Chinese, Phantom Notes™ taught the major medical disciplines of Internal Medicine, Surgery, OB-Gyn, and Pediatrics. Phantom Notes™ helped train thousands of medical students and nursing students responsible for millions of patients.
The Phantom Notes™ were found to be an indispensable tool for medical doctors and nurses in training, including interns and residents, who needed the essential facts immediately to make the correct diagnosis on the hospital wards.
Medical students and doctors have written many unsolicited compliments about Dr. Glickman's Phantom Notes™:
A.H., a 4th Year Medical Student at Harvard Medical School wrote: I have found the Phantom Medicine Notes™ excellent and extremely helpful in surviving as a medical student on the wards.
L.R., M.D., a Medical Doctor at Downstate Medical Center, New York wrote: Just passed my Internal Medicine Boards, and am therefore writing to express my appreciation for the considerable help I received from your excellent Phantom Medicine Notes™. I recommend them enthusiastically to my colleagues preparing for the boards.
B.B., a 4th Year Medical Student at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine wrote: Phantom Notes™ are unequal in getting to the basics fast. In addition, your references have been very helpful for 'honing in' on the finer points.
W.L., a 4th Year Medical Student at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine wrote: Your Phantom Notes™ are great! They really improved my general knowledge in all areas of medicine. Relying entirely on your Phantom OB-Gyn Notes™ got me an 'A' on the exam.
F.L.H., M.D., a Medical Doctor in Wyoming wrote: Phantom Medicine Notes™ is still the hottest volume of medical smoke available. After 11 years of practice/moonlighting and as a board-certified Internist, I have found nothing better.
A.L.C., a 4th Year Medical Student at the University of Iowa Medical School wrote: I love my Phantom Notes™!
S.H., a 4th Year Medical Student at the Medical College of Wisconsin wrote: I have found your Phantom Notes™ extremely useful and one of the best investments I've made since beginning medical school.
P.M., M.D., an Intern in Texas wrote: I've really enjoyed the Phantom Medicine Notes™ as a student and now as an intern. Our Chief of Medicine recommends them highly and uses a copy also.
G.G., a 3rd Year Medical Student in New York wrote: During the past month I purchased the Phantom Notes™. My copy was stolen and since I am currently in the middle of rotation, I find this to be a great loss! Enclosed please find a check to cover the cost of the book and special delivery charges. Please forward it via the quickest route.
Phantom Notes™ publications for MEDICAL STUDENTS include:
Phantom Surgery Notes™, 672 pages, (Biliary Tract, Breast, Cardiovascular, Endocrine, Fundamental Principles, Gastrointestinal, Head and Neck, Liver, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Pancreas, Thoracic, Urology).
Phantom OB-Gyn Notes™, 624 pages, (Complications of Pregnancy, Diseases of Pregnancy, Endocrinology, Fundamental Principles, Gyn Neoplasms, Gyn Problems, Infectious Diseases, Labor and Delivery, Neonatology).
Phantom Ward Notes™, 128 pages, (History and Physical, General and Routine Orders, Operative Record Dictation, Op Note, Discharge Summary, Workup Considerations, Abbreviations, Lab Values of Clinical Significance).
Phantom Notes publications for NURSING STUDENTS include: