Identify and understand the aetiology, presentation, sequelae, complications and referrals of common minor illnesses and injuries.

Lyme borreliosis: diagnosis and management

Identify and understand the aetiology, presentation, sequelae, complications and referrals of common minor illnesses and injuries.

Critically evaluate the treatment and referral options available for patients with minor illnesses and minor injuries.

Critically appraise and synthesize the evidence and rationale for management of patients with minor illnesses and minor injuries.

Are any of your findings pathognomonic for a specific condition?Which alternatives are “can’t miss,” and which are “most likely”?

PHI for Oral Presentation on RUQ Pain

Consider the alternatives for your differential diagnoses. Think
“VINDICATE,” and what data you need to rule in or out each possibility. Which alternatives are “can’t miss,” and which are “most likely”?

Are any of your findings pathognomonic for a specific condition?

Do: Include a sentence outlining your thought process for every clinical
assessment. This is called “clinical reasoning.”

Do: Before you offer your plan, make sure you have an assessment for every diagnosis.

What is the burden of tuberculosis and how may it be controlled at a population level?Describe its main features and why this programme would be effective.

The Burden of Tuberculosis

What is the burden of tuberculosis and how may it be controlled at a population level?

Identify the risk factors for spread of tuberculosis at an individual and population level. Base your answer on published evidence and answer in general terms rather than for a single population.

Compare the impact of these different risk factors and identify, based on evidence, which are the most important to address.

Assess the burden of tuberculosis in your country and discuss how this compares regionally and globally. Critically evaluate the reliability of the data you are using.

Describe how the spread of tuberculosis could be controlled using a whole system approach.

Describe its main features and why this programme would be effective.

Discuss the likely challenges to implementation and how these might be addressed.

Critically discuss the approaches that have enabled them to do this as well as factors that threaten this progress and contribute to the persistence of malaria in many other countries. Support your answer with published data and statistics forspecific countries.

Medical microbiology

Critically discuss the approaches that have enabled them to do this as well as factors that threaten this progress and contribute to the persistence of malaria in many other countries. Support your answer with published
data and statistics forspecific countries.

Evaluate and apply methodologies relevant to ethical enquiry, develop critiques of them and, where appropriate, propose new hypotheses. (SSS 2)

Lit review on VIRTUE ETHICS

Give a critical and comprehensive account of the rationale for a particular choice of ethical approach to explore an issue within its wider context of organisation, faith, and society. (SSK 4)

Evaluate and apply methodologies relevant to ethical enquiry, develop critiques of them and, where appropriate, propose new hypotheses. (SSS 2)

Demonstrate initiative, self-direction and independence in tackling and solving a complex moral problem, and in planning and implementing tasks. (SSS 3)