You can’t practice clinical presentation skills outside the clinic. Or can you?
Using real patient cases and Dr. Behringer’s Clinical Reasoning Symposium curriculum, students can learn to acquire, compile, and present clinical information by creating a Clinical Case Report.
The goal is to teach students how to discern what symptoms, vital signs and possible diagnoses are relevant, to help them organize that information efficiently, and to present it back to faculty in a live (or recorded) setting in order to build the confidence and skills needed to perform this same thought process in a busy clinic.
959 | Acute Onset, left lower leg edema and pain, left-sided chest pain and shortness of breath
This is a “bread and butter” case of a young man who presented with 4-5 days of unilateral leg swelling followed by sudden onset sharp, pleuritic chest pain with shortness of breath, concerning for venous thromboembolism - VTE, which includes either deep venous thrombosis (DVT) and/or pulmonary embolism (PE).
About ReelDx Educator Vodcast
Do you like the idea of using patient video cases (PVCs) in your curriculum, but you're not sure where to start? Let us help you out! Each episode will feature a healthcare educator walking you through their tried-and-true techniques for using this engaging new tool.