Topic 2. Algorithms for implementation of clinical skills of patient`s history and physical examination in general practice. Prevention of the most common infectious and non-communicable human diseases in outpatient practice. Screening in family doctor practice
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1. Improve skills of history taking in general practice.
2. Improve skills of physical examination in general practice.
3. Improve communication skills in general practice.
4. Study preventive activities in outpatient practice.
5. Study screening in general practice:
a. Screening for children (Height / weight / head circumference. Hips. Strabismus. Visual acuity. Hearing. Testes. Dental assessment / fluoride. Scoliosis. Congenital heart disease. Femoral pulses. Speech and language).
b. Screening for adults (Weight. Blood pressure. Cholesterol. Fasting blood glucose. Carcinoma of the cervix. Carcinoma of the breast. Colorectal cancer (CRC). Prostate cancer. Skin cancer. Oral hygiene/cancer).
6. To get acquainted with the given example of the examination, the form of its recording, as well as referral of the patient to a specialist (An example of How to write an Admission note and An example of Admission order).
7. Each student write his own Admission note and Admission order for each of 5 Case studies according to the given examples.
8. Answer to attached 40 Tests.
Each question may have more than one correct answer (MCQs)
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