Role-play for GPST / GPVTS (GP Recruitment Stage 3): Full Simulated Consultation Briefs, Suggested Approaches

Role-play for GPST / GPVTS (GP Recruitment Stage 3): Full Simulated Consultation Briefs, Suggested Approaches

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By (author) George Lee, Edited by Olivier Picard

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  • Publisher: ISC Medical
  • Format: Paperback | 106 pages
  • Dimensions: 146mm x 206mm x 5mm | 146g
  • Publication date: 1 October 2007
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1905812159
  • ISBN 13: 9781905812158
  • Edition: 2, Revised
  • Edition statement: 2nd Revised edition
  • Sales rank: 611,351

Product description

This book contains 24 scenarios relevant to General Practice, which have been especially selected to optimise the training of candidates to Stage 3 of the GP Specialist Training (GPST, previously called GPVTS) assessment day. All role-plays can be practiced by candidates in their own time and contain detailed briefs for the doctor and the patient, as well as a full suggested approach for the consultation. This book is an ideal complement to the "Survival Guide to the GPST/GPVTS Selection Centre" written by Gail Allsopp, also published ISC Medical.

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Author information

George Lee MA (Cantab), MB BChir (Cantab),MRCS (Ed), FRCS (Urol), FEBU is a urology surgeon and has been involved for several years in the coaching and preparation of candidates for entry into GP Specialist training (GP ST /GP VTS). Since 2005, he has worked closely with ISC Medical to develop courses targetting specifically the GP training selection centre and is a regular trainer on these courses.

Table of contents

Introduction, Doctor's briefs, Patient's briefs, Suggested Approaches. Scenarios covered include: 1.Missed Diagnosis, 2.Delayed diagnosis, 3.Giving a difficult diagnosis, 4.Sexually transmitted infection, 5.Occupational Health, 6.New HIV diagnosis, 7.Adherence to treatment, 8.Serious complication, 9.Late complication, 10.Internet Medicine, 11.Resource rationing (IVF), 12.Obesity and its consequences, 13.Complications of chronic therapy, 14.Fear of cancer, 15.Late failure of vasectomy, 16.Mix-up with results, 17.Response to bereavement, 18.Sceptical patient (MMR), 19.Self-funded treatment, 20.Presumed maltreatment, 21.Fraser guidelines, 22.Substance abuse, 23.Support for parents, 24.Parental separation and the child.