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What did I do Last Week? How do I manage my case like the specialists


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What did I do Last Week? How do I manage my case like the specialists

The next course in the ‘do it like a specialist’ series will take ‘real’ cases from the referral clinic the week before the course is due and use these to illustrate how we approach these cases in the referral setting.

The course will use an interactive approach with the cases to maximise the learning outcomes. These cases and course will re-emphasise the problem-based approach and how this can be applied to anything that is being sent for referral (or not given that we are applying this method to primary care settings).

The variety of ways in which these cases can be managed will also be discussed to suit all budgets.

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Course Leader

Mark Dunning
Course Description

This course will further help those post-grads with a keen interest in small animal medicine to refine those key skills used by specialists in small animal internal medicine and develop their problem-based approach to challenging cases in primary care practice. Medicine benefits from a systemic and thorough approach and these courses are designed to demonstrate the fundamental aspects that underpin this approach. As before, the main objective is to make medicine more rewarding in primary care practice and to help delegates feel more empowered in the clinic they are in.

Topics to be covered.

§  Problem-based medicine and the approach to complex medical cases

§  Selecting the correct diagnostic test and asking the correct clinical question of that test

§  Generating a minimum database to investigate complex medical cases.

§  Case-based practical sessions using real recently referred cases which have clearly posed challenges in primary care practice.


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20/11/202420/11/20240£296.25[Read More]

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