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- DescriptionFor the past two decades or more traditional general practice consultation appointment periods have been ten minutes. In any one day a general practitioner may have thirty or more consultations. This presents many challenges and requires the general practitioner to be focussed and efficient with time. This book brings together a series of useful articles on a range of conditions and presentations that may be encountered during a consultation in primary care. Examples include the key consultation issues in an elderly person with memory loss, a child with a lump in their neck, a woman with a suspected premature mepause and someone with renal colic. Some of these presentations may also be encountered in out of hours centres or accident and emergency departments and the same consultation information will be useful.
- Author BiographyProfessor Anthony Harnden is an academic general practitioner at the University ofOxford who has worked five clinical sessions as a partner in general practice inWheatley, Oxfordshire for more than 25 years. He has published original research papers in general practice related topics, with a focus on children. Professor Harnden isa Deputy Chairman of the Joint Committee of Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI)and has been responsible for advising the UK government on vaccine policy since2006. He was the primary care lead for the UK Confidential Enquiry in child deaths(2004-8), chaired a group to write a national Royal College of General Practitionerschild health strategy (2010-15) and developed the successful series 'Easily Missed' in the British Medical Journal (2009-Present). Dr Helen Ashdown is a general practitioner and clinical research fellow at the University of Oxford, with research interests in diagnosis and monitoring in primary care, particularly in the areas of respiratory disease, infection and child health. She has published original research papers in these fields and is a regular peer reviewer in all areas relevant to academic primary care. In 2015, along with Professor Harnden, she was awarded the IgNobel Prize for Diagnostic Medicine for her research on whether speed bumps are a useful tool in the diagnosis of appendicitis (answer: they are). She is on the Executive Committee of the Primary Care Respiratory Society UK (2016-). She is a GP at 19 Beaumont Street surgery, Oxford, and Janet Vaughan Tutor in Clinical Medicine at Somerville College, Oxford.
- Author(s)Anthony Harnden,Helen Ashdown
- PublisherBPP Learning Media
- Date of Publication05/04/2016
- SubjectMedicine: General
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintBPP Learning Media
- Weight544 g
- Width204 mm
- Height292 mm
- Spine11 mm
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