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History Taking and Communication Skill Stations for Internal Medicine Examinations
Author:  
Wanis H Ibrahim MB ChB FRCP (Edin) FRCP (Glasg) FRCPI FCCP F (Pulm)
 
Mushtaq Ahmed CABM FRCP (Glasg) HERMES
 
Muhammad A Waheed CABM MRCP (UK)
 
Rayaz A Malik BSc (Hons) MSc MBChB PhD FRCP
 


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ISBN9781909836990
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2020
Pages308
Size 6.25"" x 9.5""
Cover TypePaperback
With CD/DVD No
FormatSingle Color
Weight (Grams) 615 Grams
Quick Overview
This book includes all the possible scenarios that are typically and frequently encountered in postgraduate clinical examinations. It provides a ‘model answer’ for each scenario and a typical conversation between the doctor and patient, with the most likely primary and differential diagnosis alongside up-to-date information relevant to the topic. The book is intended for candidates preparing for postgraduate clinical examinations emphasising history taking and communication skills, e.g. MRCP (UK & Ire) PACES, Arab Board, and Arabian Gulf Boards and for medical students preparing for their final clinical examinations. This book is complementary to ‘Short Cases in Clinical Exams of Internal Medicine’ by Professor Wanis H Ibrahim.
Key Features
  • The book has been developed from the collective and extensive experience of authors who are all experienced postgraduate examiners.
  • Uses unique multiple conversational style encounters to expose the examinee to ‘a real world examination situation’.
  • A unique seven-step approach has been used in communication skill scenarios to enable the candidate to address complex scenarios alongside local nuances to grasp more clearly the questions and provide clear and succinct answers.
  • Explains to the candidates and enables them to expose the hidden agenda in each scenario so that candidates become familiar with them.
  • Includes 50 different most commonly encountered scenarios in clinical examinations and model answers in a typical conversational style expected between a doctor and a patient in the examination.
  • Provides typical responses expected by the examiners from candidates for whom English is not their first language.
  • Places the reader in a ‘real world examination situation’.
Target Audience
  • Intended for candidates preparing for postgraduate clinical examinations, like MRCP (UK & Ire) PACES, Arab Board, and Arabian Gulf Boards
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