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.
Intended learning outcomes
- Discuss the elements of history taking
- Discuss the value of clinical examination
- Demonstrate an organized approach for history taking
- Elicit signs correctly on physical examination
- Analyze and interpret the gathered data from the patient to make a differential diagnosis list.
- Present clinical cases
- Formulate a clinical decision for the diagnosis of cancer.
- Formulate a treatment plan for the patient at the bedside.
- Demonstrate communication skills between physician and patient including giving appropriate information about the disease and provide empathy and support
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