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Year 4 F&C GP (Chest Pain, Acute Confusion, Diarrhoea, and Dizziness)

16th Apr 2024
5:30 - 6:30pm (GMT)
16th Apr 2024
5:30 - 6:30pm (GMT)
Online event
Attendance certificate available
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Summary

This informative teaching session is focused on common acute conditions presented in general practice: Chest Pain, Acute Confusion, Diarrhoea, and Dizziness. It is specifically designed for Year 4 F&C GP professionals. This curriculum will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the clinical approach, differential diagnosis, and best-practice treatment methods for these conditions. Enhance your expertise, clinical decision-making skills and elevate your proficiency in delivering effective patient care. Don't miss this opportunity to better serve your patients and significantly improve their health outcomes. This is a must-attend for ambitious healthcare professionals.
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Learning objectives

1. To understand and correctly identify the different symptoms and causes of chest pain and how this may be a sign of serious medical conditions such as heart disease or lung disease. 2. To comprehend the various potential causes of acute confusion in patients, including the possibility of underlying issues such as infection, medication interaction, metabolic issues, or neurological conditions. 3. To confidently diagnose and manage cases of diarrhoea, distinguishing between acute, chronic, or other forms of the condition, determining potential causes and applying appropriate treatments. 4. To develop a thorough knowledge of the diverse etiology of dizziness, and how to differentiate between common conditions like vertigo, balance disorders, heart or blood conditions, and neurological issues causing this symptom. 5. To enhance communication skills to effectively discuss symptoms and treatment options with patients and their families, thereby providing the highest standard of care, understanding, and sharing knowledge in a clear, empathetic, and effective manner.
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