CSA Revision Notes for the MRCGP Third Edition

Author: Jennifer Stannett
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781907904844
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This book helps you to revise and prepare forthe CSA part of the MRCGP exam. The latest edition features an additional foursections: • dietary advice for malnourished patients • ectopic pregnancy • patient refusing emergency management • wheeze in preschool children A standardised format is used to help you to improve your: data gathering– a broad range of appropriate questions to ask the patient are provided and red flags are highlighted where appropriate interpersonal skills– each clinical problem is described usingterms that you can use in your explanations to patients clinical management– tells you which examinations to consider,which investigations to order, and how to manage each clinical problem based onthe latest guidelines and current best practice consultations– to help you practise, every clinical casefeatures a realistic role play scenario. The book is designed to be used as a workbook,with wide margins to allow you to add in your own notes, questions and otheraides-memoires. Used in this way, CSARevision Notes for theMRCGPis the ideal book to helpyou successfully prepare for the exam. Somefive-star Amazon reviews of earlier editions: “This book is a must have for GP trainees revising for the CSA. It iscleverly structured into problems that patients present with and covers all theareas that will be required for you in the CSA.” “This is an excellent aid to preparing for the CSA exam. I particularlylike the scenarios given for role play that facilitate practising with a studypartner. I would recommend it for GP registrars, VTS groups and GP trainers.” “Excellentresource for MRCGP prep. Nice layout. Simple. Easy to read leading up to theexam when you want to quickly cover the curriculum.”

MRCGP Practice Cases

Author: Raj Thakkar
Publisher: PasTest Ltd
ISBN: 1905635672
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Closely aligned to the GP curriculum and reflecting the latest format for the RCGP Membership exams, this book offers revision for the Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA) exam, which forms part of the compulsory MRCGP. Includes three up-to-date practice exam 'circuits' - one of which is completely new. Mirroring the CSA exam, each 'circuit' features 13 commonly-encountered clinical consultation cases. Each case includes case notes, brainstorm areas, candidate and role-player instructions, and tips on what to look out for in the exam. Features unique input from Dr Peter Havelock, international consultation expert and creator of the GP Consultation model, upon which the GP curriculum is based. With editorial contribution from a recently successful CSA candidate, grounding the book in reality. Provides 'Online Extras' in the form of video examples of consultation cases for the CSA, with advice and commentary.

CSA Cases Workbook for the MRCGP Second Edition

Author: Ellen Welch
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781911510017
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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CSA Cases Workbook 2eis a unique workbook designed to be used by GPrevision groups practising for the CSA examination – it is written by three GPs who recentlypassed the CSA. Buildingon the success of the first edition, this new edition includes over 20 newcasesaligned to the RCGP curriculum areas and latest guidelines. The ringbounddesign makes the practice consultations as exam-like as possible – allowingeach member of the revision group to act as ‘doctor’, ‘patient’ or ‘observer’and to take out just the pages they need ahead of the next revision session. Alongwith easy to use marking schemes for every case, the cases also now includesmartphone links to guide readers to useful resources. To help further with revision, each curriculum area is split up into: • possible cases– lists the casesmost likely to come up in the CSA (including emergency and ‘special’ cases) • revision notes– fully updated toprovide the latest NICE and SIGN guidelines, along with other helpfulreferences and websites, to help direct your revision • material for the patient– a listof resources that you could usefully guide the patient towards in the consultation(including after you have passed the CSA!) • practice explanations– topics,tests and procedures that you should be able to describe to the patient in acouple of minutes • practice examinations– proceduresyou should be able to undertake confidently Furthermore,the authors suggest a combination of 13 cases which could be used to run yourown mock exam in preparation for the real thing. Your revision group needs just a singlecopy of CSA Cases Workbook rather than multiple copies of any other book, andno photocopying needed either! - WINNER OF THE BMA YOUNGAUTHORS AWARD -

Notes for the MRCGP

Author: Keith Palmer
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405157240
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This classic book has been providing help for candidates of the MRCGP exam for over 20 years. Now fully updated for UK trained doctors wishing to obtain a Certificate of Completion of Training in General Practice, this new edition covers all three required components of the integrated assessment programme. It provides sample questions for the Applied Knowledge Test (AKT), practice cases for Clinical Skill Assessment (CSA) and a guide to Workplace Based Assessment (WPBA). The chapters follow the 16 sections of the RCGP curriculum and include summaries of the current evidence base with clinical guidelines, examination tips, revision tactics, and advice on where to get support – but not just at the crucial time of exams – it includes invaluable information for GPs starting their first year in practice and helps provide the “life skills” needed to be a GP, including topics relevant for the rest of a GP’s career and their "continuing professional development” – appraisal, revalidation, managing change, teamwork, burnout, and other areas of self care.

CSA Cases for the MRCGP

Author: Sonali Bapat
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781907904349
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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CSA Practice Cases for the MRCGP is a new revision book for GP traineespreparing for the MRCGP. The book features 52 practice cases, making it morecomprehensive than any other book on the market. Each case is divided into four elements: * Information for the doctor * Information for the patient * How to approach the consultation * Background knowledge required for this case This is an essential addition to Scion’sexcellent stable of revision/practice books for GP trainees.

CSA book MRCGP CSA Symptom Solver

Author: Muhammed Akunjee
Publisher: Clinical Prep
ISBN: 0992766117
Format: PDF, Mobi
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CSA Book Description This CSA book has been written to include over 120 common symptoms that patients can present with and may come up in your RCGP CSA exams. For each symptom a comprehensive consultation framework has been included to guide you through the best approach in dealing with the complaint. This CSA Book This CSA book guides the GP registrar to ask relevant questions within the consultations such as eliciting relevant past medical history, social history etc. The CSA framework then guides you to which examinations would be relevant and what investigations should be requested in your CSA exam. The final part of the chapter then advises about possible differential diagnoses and evidence based ways of management these. We have also written in this CSA book clear explanation briefs that you can use to explain the pertinent diagnoses to the patient in a jargon free manner. This CSA book has been specifically written to save you hours of time researching before your examinations and hopefully will become your core companion to ease you through the CSA exams and into your future as a fully fledged General Practitioner.

Mrcgp Clinical Skills Assessment

Author: Raj Thakkar
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781905635894
Format: PDF
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Closely aligned to the GP curriculum and reflecting the latest format for the RCGP Membership exams, this book offers revision for the Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA) exam, which forms part of the compulsory MRCGP. Contains four practice exam 'circuits' - one of which is completely new. Each practice exam 'circuit' reflects the curriculum domains that candidates will encounter in the real CSA exam. Mirroring the CSA exam, each 'circuit' includes 13 commonly-encountered clinical consultation cases, plus a 'bonus case', offering additional preparation. Each case includes case notes, brainstorm areas, candidate and role-player instructions, and tips on what to look out for in the exam. Features unique input from Dr Peter Havelock, international consultation expert and creator of the GP Consultation model, upon which the GP curriculum is based. With editorial contribution from a successful CSA candidate, grounding the book in reality.