The History and Physical Examination Workbook: A Common Sense Approach

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2006 - Medical - 287 pages
During a typical office visit, a provider has approximately fifteen minutes to interview, examine, diagnose, and appropriately treat each patient. The History and Physical Examination Workbook: A Common Sense Approach, is a must-have resource for developing these skills. Providing clinical practice in the art of performing H and Ps through the use of flow models, this workbook encourages students to avoid memorization and develop a logical approach to patients’ chief complaints by allowing them to partner up as patient and

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Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Director Accelerated Physician Assistant Pathway, Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine - Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania

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