Clinical Cases for General Practice Exams
Clinical Cases for General Practice Exams 2e assists candidates preparing for the Australian general practice clinical examination, an exam which all doctors must pass to practice as a General Practitioner in Australia. This second edition maintains the role-play style of the successful first edition, where students use a variety of case studies to practise their clinical examination skills. Each case has been revised, and 25 new cases have been added. All cases include instructions for both the exam candidate and the patient, with suggested approaches as well as up-to-date references and further readings. The format is ideal for students, international medical graduates and general practice training programs. Key features: all cases reviewed and revised, with an additional 25 new cases; user-friendly format in the Clinical Cases series style; and case commentaries and common pitfalls at the end of each case. Clinical Cases for General Practice Exams - sample Chapter from McGraw-Hill Education ANZ- Medical.
- Paperback | 400 pages
- 140 x 210 x 24mm | 498.95g
- 01 Dec 2010
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- McGraw-Hill Medical
- New York, United States
- 2nd Revised edition
- 4 Illustrations, unspecified
Table of contents
Section 1 - Adolescent Health Case 1 Erin Campbell Case 2 Amanda Porter Section 2 - Aged Care Case 3 Elsie Humphries Case 4 Flora McMillan Case 5 Nell Worthington Section 3 - Cardiovascular system Case 6 Helen Berkovic Case 7 Dilip Patel Case 8 Jackie Maloney Case 9 Eric Schmidt Case 10 Dorothy Smythe Section 4 - Challenging consultation Case 11 Craig Kelly Case 12 Wazza Wainright Section 5 - Child Health Case 13 Kylie Chong Case 14 Brandon Harkness Case 15 Natalie Jones Section 6 - Dermatology Case 16 Sammy Burnside Case 17 Robert Kerslake Section 7 - Ear, Nose and Throat Case 18 Ruby Chan Case 19 Jane Matthews Case 20 Pamela Taylor Case 21 Trevor Watts Section 8 - Emergencies Case 22 Catriona Chryssides Case 23 Carrie Patterson Section 9 - Endcorinology Case 24 Tim Mitchell Case 25 Veronica Richards Section 10 - Evidence based medicine Case 26 Viva - The treatment of sore throats with antibiotics Section 11 - Eyes Case 27 Edward Galloway Case 28 Henrik Schneider Section 12 - Gastroenterology Case 29 Jenna Barker Case 30 Enrico Castallani Case 31 Kirrilee DeMarco Case 32 Sonja Markova Case 33 Annie Nguyen Case 34 Nicki Walsh Case 35 Les Williams Section 13 - Infectious Disease Case 36 Jules Chin Case 37 Edward Reed Section 14 - Men's Health Case 38 Kim Hosking Case 39 Jock Palmer Case 40 Costa Rinaldi Section 15 - Mental Health Case 41 Phyllis Brown Case 42 Shirley Hill Case 43 Monica Middlethorpe Case 44 Tom Newton Section 16 - Musculoskeletal Case 45 Anthony Campbell Case 46 Martin Chatterjee Case 47 Sarah Cosgrove Case 48 Jeremy King Case 49 Geoff Sharp Case 50 Mick Shaughnessy Case 51 Susan Smith Section 17 - Neurology Case 52 Wilma Burns Case 53 Sybil Clarke Case 54 Rosie Inkamala Case 55 Yusuf Latif Case 56 Joe Summers Section 18 - Preventive health Case 57 Bill Ferguson Case 58 Taylor Jordan Case 59 Ali Turnbull Section 19 - Professional practice Case 60 Vincent Butler Case 61 Stephanie Clark Case 62 Patient Complaint Case 63 Quality Section 20 - Respiratory cases Case 64 Andrew Bond Case 65 Kerrie Griffiths Case 66 Paul Jackson Case 67 Nicholas Morris Case 68 Gary Robinson Section 21 - Urology Case 69 Tessa Martinez Section 22 - Women's Health Case 70 Liesl Bawden Case 71 Jenny Butterfield Case 72 Justine Geddes Case 73 Vicki Nicolaides Case 74 Clarice Scott Case 75 Ellie Todd
About Susan Wearne
Susan qualified in medicine in 1987 from Southampton University and undertook GP training in Northamptonshire and Cheshire, England. She was a GP principal in training practices in Manchester and York. She taught communication skills in the Department of General Practice at Leeds University from 1995 to 2000. Susan moved to the desert region of Central Australia nearly ten years ago and found an oasis of opportunities in medical education, research and politics. She worked at Central Australian Aboriginal Congress and in private practice at Bath Street Medical Centre. She was the Chair of the Central Australian Division of Primary Health Care, inaugural Chair of Northern Territory General Practice Education, a Medical Educator for the Remote Vocational Training Scheme and Chair of Living Waters Lutheran Primary School. Susan is now a GP and GP supervisor at Central Clinic, Alice Springs and provides the RFDS Rural Women's GP service at Ayers Rock Medical Centre, Yulara. She is a Senior Lecturer in Clinical Educator Development with the Flinders University Rural Clinical School and a topic coordinator for the Master of Clinical Education program at Flinders. Susan is an examiner for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners clinical examination, a Medical Educator for gplearning and writer for the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine StAMPS examination.