GPST: Written and Simulation Exercises

GPST: Written and Simulation Exercises

Paperback Postgrad Exams

By (author) Richard Hughes, By (author) Shivani Tanna

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  • Publisher: JP Medical Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 271 pages
  • Dimensions: 160mm x 240mm x 15mm | 590g
  • Publication date: 30 June 2013
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1907816615
  • ISBN 13: 9781907816611
  • Sales rank: 351,034

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GPST Stage 3: Written and Simulation Exercisesoffers a concise and up-to-date revision guide for this highly competitive assessment. Presented in a clear layout, each chapter provides an effective framework to enable candidates to approach written and simulation exercises with confidence. Written by GPs who have first-hand experience of the assessment through their roles teaching GPST courses, this book provides the definitive guide to maximise chances of success. *60 complete practice scenarios, reflecting the full breadth of topics and skills * Addresses every aspect of the assessment, including written exercises and simulated consultations with patients, relatives, carers and non-medical colleagues * Features descriptive model answers, designed to consolidate knowledge and understanding * Provides useful advice and invaluable suggestions, to impress examiners and achieve the highest marks * Offers everything candidates need to know to succeed in the GPST Stage 3 and progress to GP Training

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Author information

Richard Hughes BMedSci BMBS MRCS nMRCGP DPD General Practitioner, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey Shivani Tanna BSc MBBS nMRCGP DRCOG General Practitioner, London

Table of contents

* Preface *GP selection centre stage 3: the application process *How to use this book *How to prepare for the assessment * Glossary *Chapter 1: Written prioritisation: introduction * Introduction * The written prioritisation exercise * Teamwork * The person specification * Allocation of time * GMC duties of a doctor * Reflection * Generic scenarios to prepare for * Top tips * Further preparation *Chapter 2: Written prioritisation: practice cases and model answers *Chapter 3: Consultation skills: introduction * Introduction * Consultation skills * Interpreting the candidates instruction and case brief * Specific situations *Chapter 4: Simulated consultation exercises * Simulated consultations with patients * Simulated consultations with relatives * Simulated consultations with healthcare professionals *Chapter 5: Transcribed consultations * Transcribed consultations with patients * Transcribed consultations with relatives * Transcribed consultations with healthcare professionals