Clinical training in Surgical Oncology Unit

  • Practical training of the surgical oncology student to acquire clinical skills and judgment.
  • It provides clinical training in history taking and physical examination.
  • Clinical decision making regarding patient diagnosis and management.
  • Training in wound and stoma management and per-operative care issues.
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Intended learning outcomes

Knowledge

  1. Discuss the elements of history taking
  2. Discuss the value of clinical examination

Skills

  1. Demonstrate an organized approach for history taking
  2. Elicit signs correctly on physical examination
  3. Analyze and interpret the gathered data from the patient to make a differential diagnosis list.
  4. Present clinical cases
  5. Formulate a clinical decision for the diagnosis of cancer.
  6. Formulate a treatment plan for the patient at the bedside.
  7. Demonstrate communication skills between physician and patient including giving appropriate information about the disease and provide empathy and support
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Learning Resources Books

  • Bailey and Love’s Short Practice of Surgery
  • Hutchison’s Clinical Methods
  • Hamilton Bailey’s Physical Signs
  • Demonstration of Physical signs in Clinical Surgery
  • An Introduction to the Symptoms and Signs of Surgical disease. N Browse
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