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Year 3 Vascular CCA Teaching

6th Mar 2024
6:30 - 7:30pm (GMT)
6th Mar 2024
6:30 - 7:30pm (GMT)
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Summary

This engaging session, ideal for third-year medical professionals, provides comprehensive coverage of Vascular CCA teaching. The session would delve into the complexities of vascular diseases, diagnostics, and treatment avenues, equipping attendees with advanced knowledge and skills. Don't miss this opportunity to enrich your understanding, enhance proficiency, and ensure better patient outcomes in vascular care. Join us to network with renowned experts and like-minded professionals in the field!
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Learning objectives

1. Understand the basic anatomy and physiology of the vascular system: By the end of the session, learners should be able to identify the main components of the vascular system and explain how they function together to deliver adequate blood flow throughout the body. 2. Identify common vascular diseases and disorders: Students should be able to recognize the key indicators, symptoms and causes of common vascular conditions such as varicose veins, peripheral artery disease, aneurysms, and strokes. 3. Develop clinical examination skills in the vascular patient: Participants should practice and refine their patient examination techniques specific to vascular system assessments, including how to assess pulse points, measure blood pressure accurately, and monitor other relevant signs. 4. Understand diagnostic and treatment options for vascular diseases: Students should comprehend the range of diagnostic procedures utilized in detecting vascular conditions, including ultrasound, angiography, and MRI scans. They should also be exposed to various treatment approaches, from lifestyle modifications to surgical interventions. 5. Enhance communication skills for patient interaction: Learners should be able to discuss diagnostic results and treatment plans clearly and empathetically to patients with vascular conditions, including potential risks, benefits, and alternatives. They should develop their ability to respond to patient inquiries effectively and provide appropriate follow-up care instructions.
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