CLIN 2505 Class Notes PowerPoint

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CLIN 2505 Michael Pryor MBA, DC mpryor@life.edu Campus C-HOP (student clinic) (770) 426-2638
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Overview Preclinical Program Goals accomplished Patient’s perspective of chiropractic Faculty-intern; patient-intern relationships Clinic culture Clinic teaching process Didactic – clinic link Clinical documentation Patient confidentiality / consent Professional and ethical behavior
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Overview CLIN2505 Course Goal Allow students their first step to conduct a patient interview Facilitating development of students’ clinical skills
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Overview Week 1 C1 7am – 9 am Week 2 C-HOP 7am – 9 am Room # pre-assigned Clinic attire and student ID Park on campus Week 3 C-HOP 7am – 9 am Clinic attire and student ID Week 4 C1 8 am – 9 am Written Examination
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Overview Prerequisites (DIAG 2725) Register for CLIN 2505 (if not enrolled on the course Blackboard site) Log on to course Blackboard site Attend and participate in labs Complete on-line case history narrative exercise. Pass written examination
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Patient Interview I Purpose (1) Establish the doctor patient relationship Develop a “connection” with the pt Develop a clear understanding of the pts real concerns (2) Data gathering (3) Determine Safety and appropriateness of care (4) Determine the appropriate exam procedures.
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Patient Interview I Importance Dx made from the case hx; 80% Patient has a unique story, not just a spine
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Patient Interview I 1. Interpersonal skills 2. Clinical skills
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Patient Interview I Interpersonal skills Results in better: pt satisfaction, Compliance Health outcomes Patient-centered Doctor-centered
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Patient Interview I Interpersonal Skills Active listening Dealing with Difficult situations Imparting clear information Tact, Diplomacy, Understanding, Sympathy, Maturity Forming and maintaining relationships
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Patient Interview I Clinical Skills Knowledge of disease processes Understanding of functional anatomy Clinical experience Hypothesis testing Data collection Note taking Documentation skills
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Interviewing Skills Objective Doctor – Centered interviewing Patient – Centered interviewing A blended model Questioning skills
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Interviewing skills Patient – Centered Interviewing Doctor – Centered Interviewing The Patient interview 10% patient centered + 90% doctor centered
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Interviewing Skills Research studies have shown: Doctor Centered alone results in: Doctors interrupt patients
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