Dr. Judy Kalinyak, Director of Clinical Curriculum Integration for i-Human Patients gives insight on how to ace your first patient encounter.
As a medical student, you spend four years of college and the first two years of medical school studying non-stop for what feels like thousands of hours, cramming your brain with knowledge. But when the time comes to conduct your first face-to-face patient encounter, your confidence is rocked by the challenge of having to establish rapport, extract all the relevant medical history, and complete a physical exam, all while showing compassion, answering patient questions, and developing a differential diagnosis list and treatment plan in 30 minutes or less. Clinic is even worse with a meager 12 minutes scheduled for each patient encounter. Read more at The Student Doctor Network…
- 7 Aug, 2015
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