By Dason Evans
Listed below are 101* of the easiest rules to take advantage of powerful use of some time at the ward. Over 250 participants, together with scholars, medical professionals, nurses, pharmacists, and therapists from 18 international locations, help in making you the best health professional you could be!
Pocket-sized for 'dipping into' in the course of a spare second or a few hours at the ward, this brief advisor is perfect for clinical scholars on rotation or junior medical professionals who desire to increase studying and motivation.
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Dason E Evans, Nakul Gamanlal Patel. © 2012 Dason E Evans and Nakul Gamanlal Patel. Published 2012 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd. ) so that you understand what you are doing and can adapt in different situations, and finally it includes clinical reasoning, both what the procedure might tell you and under what circumstances it might be useful. Medical students tend to have a proven track record in learning knowledge, but learning a skill is fundamentally different from learning knowledge, so we would strongly encourage you to spend some time thinking about the best way of learning a given skill.
3. Online forums are great places to gain an idea of patients’ experiences of certain medical procedures. For example, typing ‘ileostomy’ into Google brings up several forums where the patients’ personal experiences of having this procedure is 10 101 Things to do with spare moments on the ward documented, and is a useful tool as a medical student to have some understanding of the day-to-day difficulties/issues faced by these patients. 4. uk). Cross-references As stated in the introduction to this section, there is overlap between this section and other sections of the book; you may wish to look explicitly at the following themes for more tips on learning effectively.
William Osler (1849–1919) Introduction Why clinical skills are important Clinical skills (including communication skills, physical examination skills and practical procedures) form the core skills that define the medical profession. Your eyes, hands and ears will form the most important diagnostic tools in your armoury for the rest of your life. This section principally covers physical examination skills, and there are other sections on practical skills and clinical communication; however, this introduction is relevant to all three aspects, Imagine the skill of examining a pregnant woman close to the time of delivery.
101 things to do with spare moments on the ward by Dason Evans