A 5 step framework for dealing with anger

A 5 step framework for dealing with anger

A five step framework for Dealing with Anger Newsletter Get great offers and updates but never spam! Sign up today! Success! Email Subscribe Unsubscribe at any time FollowFollowFollowFollowFollow One of the most unpleasant interactions we can have with other people is...
A guide to sharing your consultation

A guide to sharing your consultation

A guide to sharing your consultation Empowering patients to take part in the decision making process Something that is increasingly more important within consultations is the idea of shared decision making and a shared agenda. Most doctors, when asked if they share...
7 Top Tips to Pass Your Exam

7 Top Tips to Pass Your Exam

7 Top Tips to Pass Your Exam Pass First Time Exams are stressful. They are expensive. And they are hard. But after working as an exam actor and as a trainer on more preparation courses than I can count for almost a decade, I have got some really valuable tips to help...
A Summary Will Save The Day

A Summary Will Save The Day

A Summary Will Save The Day How to recover from a mind blank We all know how important a summary is during a consultation, but still its easy to neglect to include one when you feel pressed for time. When you have ten minutes to cover a range of symptoms, check red...
When to ICE

When to ICE

When to ICE And why One of the most important and useful bits of feedback I find myself giving time and time again is to elicit the patients ideas, concerns and expectations (aka, ICE) early in your consultations. Not just in exams but in day to day practice as well....

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