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OSCE focused speciality teaching - Data interpretation 4 - Basic Bloods

8th Feb 2024
6:00 - 7:00pm (GMT)
8th Feb 2024
6:00 - 7:00pm (GMT)
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Hope you all had a great winter break and your mid-term exams went well. Teaching with HKMSUK is back! We are continuing our Data Interpretation series and this time focusing on the basic blood tests, such as full blood count, urea and electrolytes and liver function test on 08/02/24 (Tues) at 18:00-19:00. We hope you will learn more about how to interpret these results and when to order these investigations by the end of this session. This session is followed by the A to E Assessment: Poisoning and Electrolyte Emergency at 19:00-20:00 on the same day, please sign up for that if you are interested too: https://share.medall.org/events/osce-focused-speciality-teaching-a-to-e-assessment-poisoning-and-electrolyte-emergency.

Summary

Join HKMSUK in our next OSCE-focused speciality teaching session - Data Interpretation 4 - Basic Bloods. Scheduled on 08/02/24 from 18:00-19:00, this session focuses on the interpretation of basic blood tests such as full blood count, urea, electrolytes and liver function tests. Enhance your understanding of when to order these essential investigations. Additionally, we offer a follow-up session, A to E Assessment: Poisoning and Electrolyte Emergency from 19:00-20:00, on the same day for those interested. Sign up and empower your medical knowledge and skills.
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Learning objectives

1. Understand the indications for ordering basic blood tests such as full blood count, urea and electrolytes, and liver function tests. 2. Develop the ability to accurately interpret results of these blood tests and understand their clinical implications. 3. Learn how to integrate this information with clinical findings to make a preliminary diagnosis. 4. Gain a broad understanding of potential abnormalities in these tests and the potential underlying conditions that they may signify. 5. Apply the knowledge gained in hypothetical patient scenarios and gain confidence in their abilities to make informed clinical decisions based on the interpretation of basic blood test results.
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8th Feb 2024
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