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A Textbook of General Practice, 2nd edition by Anne Stephenson

By Anne Stephenson

Geared toward clinical scholars and primary 12 months citizens, A Textbook of common perform comprises the fundamental details scholar must comprehend and comprehend approximately normal perform and being a health professional. the training form of the ebook relies on experiential and reflective ideas in accordance with glossy educative conception and perform. It presents advice on sensible talents, the speculation of supplying solid medication and the bigger concerns of encouraging existence lengthy studying improvement. the recent version builds at the profitable formulation of the 1st, by means of completely reviewing and revisiting all content material. Self-assessment sections were additional to all chapters and a word list of phrases is incorporated on the finish of the ebook. Thinking/discussion issues were prolonged and extra scholar costs incorporated.

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Listening 2. getting to the real reason for presentation 3. recognizing and understanding cultural differences. Listening carefully and respectfully to a patient’s story, verbal and non-verbal, seems easy, but appears difficult for many of us. Attentive listening will, in the long term, identify and deal with problems more effectively than a hurried interrogation of the patient. We all know that what the patient presents initially at a consultation is not always the principal problem or issue. For example, somatic problems are often easier to present than 26 psychosocial problems and, in fact, the patient may use a somatic symptom in the initial presentation as a ‘ticket of entry’.

This thought-provoking book makes for useful reading for all clinicians and aspiring clinicians. From a study of more than 1000 primary care consultations, questions about the objectives of such meetings are asked and discussed. 30 CHAPTER 4 Common illnesses in general practice What do people do when they feel unwell? Which types of illnesses present to general practice in the UK? Key general practice presentations for medical students ■ ■ ■ ■ 31 ■ 34 ■ How to find out more about particular illnesses References Further reading 37 39 40 37 Only 20 per cent of symptoms experienced by the general population are presented to a healthcare practitioner.

This thought-provoking book makes for useful reading for all clinicians and aspiring clinicians. From a study of more than 1000 primary care consultations, questions about the objectives of such meetings are asked and discussed. 30 CHAPTER 4 Common illnesses in general practice What do people do when they feel unwell? Which types of illnesses present to general practice in the UK? Key general practice presentations for medical students ■ ■ ■ ■ 31 ■ 34 ■ How to find out more about particular illnesses References Further reading 37 39 40 37 Only 20 per cent of symptoms experienced by the general population are presented to a healthcare practitioner.

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