By Dason Evans
Listed below are 101* of the easiest principles to take advantage of potent use of a while at the ward. Over 250 participants, together with scholars, medical professionals, nurses, pharmacists, and therapists from 18 nations, help in making you the best surgeon you could be!
Pocket-sized for 'dipping into' in the course of a spare second or a few hours at the ward, this brief consultant is perfect for clinical scholars on rotation or junior medical professionals who desire to enhance studying and motivation.
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Often students are so immersed in it that they don’t even notice the opportunity for learning around them. Over the years you will see every possible form of communication occurring around you. You will see some fantastic role models and can learn a great deal from them. You will see plenty of less optimal communication, which will also provide excellent opportunities for reflection and learning. The secret is to train yourself to become aware of what is happening around you. Indeed, it is not unusual to sit in outpatient clinics or general practice and become a little bored, especially in subspecialty clinics where the management of patients may be so advanced, or so repetitive, that you lose interest.
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. Remember, however, that, if you can take a rapid, focused and appropriate history of chest pain in 5 minutes, or explain the diagnosis and management of type 2 diabetes effectively in 10 minutes, these skills will serve you well throughout your career, as well as in OSCEs. Practising history taking and explaining procedures to patients, with a student colleague acting as an examiner can be hugely helpful.
By looking at the woman’s skin and eyes as she walks closer, you can assess whether you think she might be significantly anaemic, and exclude jaundice and excoriations that might be related to liver problems in pregnancy. Her hands, pulse, ankles and blood pressure will tell you a great deal about her current and past health, and help you exclude life-threatening pre-eclampsia. Examining her abdomen will help you identify if this pregnancy is high risk (small or large baby, little or excess amniotic fluid, scars representing previous uterine surgery, transverse or oblique lie representing risk of cord prolapse), or if all is normal.
101 things to do with spare moments on the ward by Dason Evans