PORTFOLIO - Running Head PORTFOLIO 1 PORTFOLIO Name Institutional affiliation Date PORTFOLIO 2 Self-reflection The centralized IMG Orientation program

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Running Head: PORTFOLIO 1 PORTFOLIO Name Institutional affiliation Date
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PORTFOLIO 2 Self-reflection The centralized IMG Orientation program targets medical graduates or those who are ready to commence employment within the Australian health system. It has its openings to all the Australian participants within the states. The program runs at certain intervals during the year for a few days. They are in the months of February, March, may, August, October, and December. It has the integration of all hospital and non-hospital orientation that will assist in a three-month reporting on the requirements of the medical board of Australia ("Home | Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria (PMCV)", 2017). The up taking of the program is regional based and international medical oriented and demonstrates various ways in which proper implementation of guidelines can be done to improve health care services all over Australia. The program aims to deliver best outcomes from the two-day training to enhance the development of knowledge with the team that is selected for the purpose. The program will aid in the adoption of a certificate of attendance that will assist in the reporting to the medical department of Australia. I am a self-motivated graduate with a high level of integrity and ready to learn as well as share knowledge in a busy working environment. The program will help me in the development of my career alongside sharing knowledge with the people in my field. Teamwork will be a core value that I will use with the development of great learning skills with my counterparts. From my undergraduate course, I have been made to know the necessary guidelines that are needed in the medical council in a way that will yield success in the sector. Given an opportunity, I will deliver the best together with the selected team to enhance the success of the program. The many units that I have learned with the advancements in education level will be one of the factors that will support the success.
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PORTFOLIO 3 Clinical question You are caring for a male patient who suffered a fractured shaft of the femur 5 days ago. He develops chest pain and shortness of breath. What would your immediate actions be? First, the assumption will be that the cause of the shortness of breath and chest pains is the pain that the patient is experiencing. For the purpose of having a correct procedural approach, first aid will be important. There are several causes of the condition of which the obvious one will be the fractured shaft. The main cause of chest pain and reduced breath is blood clotting at some points of the body. Loosening of the padded sling will be done followed by the administration of the patient with aspirin, which is a drug that has great chances of reducing blood clotting (Mohammad, 2015). The drug will aid in the blood flowing again in the body. This step will have reduced the severity of the chest pains from resulting into a heart attack. Before the aspirin, I will have examined if my patient is allergic to aspirin or not allergic.
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