A well prepared student takes the initiative to create learning opportunities and propel themselves towards qualification; we find that the better prepared you are, the luckier you become. From the Preface The key to passing clinical finals is not a secret; adequate preparation and the ability to think logically and speak clearly are all hallmarks of a successful candidate. This unique guide gives final year students the knowledge and confidence required to pass their examinations with insiders' tips on particular information and skills required to be a top candidate. It is ideal as both a revision aid in the weeks leading up to the examination, and as an aide-memoire the night before.
Table of Contents
About the author. Preface. Dedication and acknowledgments. Permissions list. Abbreviations list. Passing clinical finals: aiming for the a grade, communication skills and ethics. Taking a medical history. Cardiovascular. Respiratory. Endocrinology. Gastroenterology, renal and haematology. Neurology for finals. Ophthalmology for finals. Dermatology. Rheumatology. Medical emergencies. Radiology, data interpretation and clinical procedures.
Mohammed Faysal Malik, Asiya Maula and Dominic Greenyer respectively CT2 Anaesthetics, London Deanery; Academic GP Registrar, East Midlands Deanery; GP Registrar, East Midlands Deanery.