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Listed here are 101* of the simplest principles to take advantage of potent use of a while at the ward. Over 250 individuals, together with scholars, medical professionals, nurses, pharmacists, and therapists from 18 international locations, assist in making you the best healthcare professional you could be!
Pocket-sized for 'dipping into' in the course of a spare second or a number of hours at the ward, this brief advisor is perfect for clinical scholars on rotation or junior medical professionals who desire to enhance studying and motivation.
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You should take as much time as you have spare. Then you can present the case to the consultant on the ward round the next day/in surgery or to someone in your team. There may be something extra you have obtained from the history that was not previously recognised – you can add this in the notes. This hones your history-taking skills to the particular complaint and provides you with a patient’s face and background on which you can link with your reading on the topic later. Laura Geddes, Medical Student, UK Timed histories OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Exams) preparation features heavily in the submissions for this book, particularly at exam time.
Stewart M (1995) Patient-centered Medicine: Transforming the clinical method. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Stewart M, Roter D (1989). Communicating with Medical Patients. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Parallel Charts Charon R (2006). Narrative Medicine: Honoring the stories of illness. New York: Oxford University Press: Chapter 8. Patient Cues Levinson W (2000). Improving communication with patients. Hosp Pract (Minneap). Apr 15;35(4):113–4, 117–20; discussion 120, 123. 30 101 Things to do with spare moments on the ward Section 3 PHYSICAL EXAMINATION He who studies medicine without books sails an uncharted sea, but he who studies medicine without patients does not go to sea at all.
Afterwards you could try taking a medical history from each of these patients and see if your techniques were effective. Sheetal Patel, Economist, UK References/further reading Overview of learning clinical communication skills Evans DE, Brown J (2009). Learning clinical communication skills. In: How to Succeed at Medical School: An essential guide to learning. Oxford: Blackwells/BMJ Books. The Calgary–Cambridge approach Kurtz SM, Silverman J, Draper J (1998). Teaching and Learning Communication Skills in Medicine.