6 Month Program HERE!

If you want a 6 month study questions program look no further Click the "6 MONTH PROGRAM" tab on the menu bar! Questions by topic followed by full papers for a couple of months pre exam! Its pretty much the same questions as the RDH specific program but without any of the irrelevant local chat about session times etc  
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Week 16: Environmental

Below are 5 environmental questions courtesy of Claire Mitchell - thanks for covering the session, much appreciated! Please attempt the questions and also design your own to send out to the group before the end of the weekend if possible Many thanks Beks
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OSCE_Hx/EXAM_CSpine

  CLINICAL SCENARIO STEM (1) A 17 year old boy has been involved in a low speed MVA, he has been BIBA to your resus bay. He is in a collar and sand bags currently. His primary survey is unremarkable, but the junior registrar has not yet assessed or cleared the C-Spine as doesn’t feel confident to do so.   INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATE Assess through focussed history and examination, whether you can clear the C-Spine of this patient. You can assume that there are no othe...
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Trauma SAQ 1

Trauma SAQ 1 A 15 year old male has been brought in to the resuscitation room of a trauma centre by ambulance. He has a large wound to his neck, and no other obvious injuries. He is awake and alert. Observations P100 BP 100/70 RR 22 Sats 99% RA   Question 1 Which zone of the neck does this injury involve? (1)   Question 2 Can you define the boundaries of this zone? (2)   Question 3 List 4 HARD clinical signs that would mandate immed...
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OSCE_SIM_Paed Drowning

  OSCE NAME: Paediatric Drowning Single Length Station – 3 mins reading time, 7 min station   SUBJECT AND CURRICULUM REFERENCE Medical Expertise Prioritisation and Decision Making Communication Teamwork and Collaboration   CLINICAL SCENARIO STEM A 4 yearold boy has been brought into the resuscitation bay in PEA cardiac arrest after being found submerged in the backyard pool for a maximum of 2-3 minutes. Effective CPR and administration of appropriate dru...
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A White Board and an iPad

For me, with the limited attention span typical of most Emergency Medicine doctors, I found sitting down in front of a text book for hours on end mind numbingly boring. Rote learning, long didactic sessions and endless lists and notes just didn't do it for me. I needed to have a billion and one resources, jump around multiple topics and study in multiple different locations, in multiple different styles to keep my attention on the job. Not everyone is like this of course, and its important to...
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