The Study Guide for General Practice Training

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2003 - Medical - 136 pages
This guide is intended for individuals training in general practice as well as for their trainers, tutors and educational supervisors. It outlines the content and process of learning in general practice and contains an extensive reading list of resources appropriate to each section.
 

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Contents

Logbooks diaries and personal development plans 1
14
Teaching and learning in general practice
27
The topic areas
47
The nature of general practice
48
The consultation
52
Psychosocial disease in general practice
55
Undifferentiated and trivial problems
59
Emergencies in general practice
62
Ethics probity and the law
118
Reading for the registrar year
121
What to read
122
Useful websites
131
Index
133
Contents
149
Introduction
1
A White Paper
7

General medical problems
65
The management of chronic disease
69
Ear nose and throat
72
Rheumatology and orthopaedics
75
Eye problems
78
Womens health
81
The care of babies and young children
84
Sexual medicine
87
Skin problems in general practice
90
Care of the elderly
93
Terminal care and bereavement
96
Preventive medicine and immunisation
100
Prescribing
103
Management and finance in
107
The organisation of healthcare
112
Audit quality and clinical governance
114
What is it for?
17
Working together
23
rolling out change 83
83
The key strategic themes 93
93
The shape of Health Improvement Programmes
134
Clinical governance 146
146
Lifelong learning and professional selfregulation
156
National survey of patient and user experience
166
Primary care groups
173
governing arrangements
182
Towards primary care trusts
195
The future for the National Health Service
201
NHS finance
209
Painful reality
216
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