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 a but not just at the crucial time of exams a it includes invaluable information for GPs starting their first year in practice and helps provide the alife skillsa needed to be a GP, including topics relevant for the rest of a GPas career and their qcontinuing professional developmenta a appraisal, revalidation, managing change, teamwork, burnout, and other areas of self care.It was withdrawn from weight loss guidelines in October 2008 because of reports of increased incidence of psychiatric disorders and suicide. ... for overweight children with co-morbidity or learning difficulties ac Drug treatment not recommended in under- 18 s in primary care. ... Data gathering ac Identifies lifestyle factors (diet, exercise, eating behaviour) and co-morbidity/risk factors ( family history of diabetes, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Notes for the MRCGP|
|Author||:||Keith Palmer, Nicholas Boeckx, Nicholas K. Boeckx|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-12-21|