Physical examination is an essential component of any doctor patient interaction in different clinical settings. It helps us not only to identify the different system involvement in any particular disease but to monitor the disease progression as well.
Physical Examination Workshop
- Workshop Overview
- Workshop Structure
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- Attractive Features of the Workshop
- Workshop Importance
- Learning Outcomes
Every doctor should have excellent knowledge and skills to perform a comprehensive physical examination. Physical examination plays a critical role in deciding the hemodynamic stability of the patient in the emergency department which significantly alters the patient management and outcome.
This workshop is conducted as a day/days programme which will cover the general physical and focused system examination of different body systems.
• Hand Examination
• Elbow examination
• Shoulder Examination
• Neck Examination
• Back examination
• Hip examination
• Knee examination
• Ankle examination
• Foot examination
• Respiratory examination
• Cardiovascular Examination
• Abdomen Examination
• Chronic liver disease examination
• Assessment of dehydration
• Hematological Examination
• Rash Examination
• Cranial Nerves Examination
• Ear Examination
• Eye examination (TIA, Orbital floor Fracture)
• Thyroid and tremor examination
• Upper limb and lower limb neurology (TIA)
• Breast examination
• Gynecomastia examination
• Pelvic Examination
• Obstetrics exam
• Scrotal Examination
• Parotid Examination
• Headache examination
• Vertigo Examination
• Peripheral Neuropathies
• Unsteady gait/ ataxia
• Trauma cases
• Urine dipstick examination
• Neonatal Examination
• Unconscious patient
To enrol choose your preferred date and click add to cart
The full amount will be deducted on application as fees for the workshop
Applications close one week before the start date
No refunds will be provided if you cancel your application.
All fees must be paid in full to confirm your place.
Should you be unable to attend, a substitute participant is always welcome or you can postpone your enrolment (subject to availability). Please inform us at least two weeks prior to start date should you wish to substitute or postpone your place.
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1. “Exam and OSCE oriented” Physical examination scenarios for candidates preparing for AMC clinical examination.
2. Covering all systems of the body in physical examination.
3. Demonstration of “Standard and the most practiced methods” of physical examination in Australian context with textbook references.
4. Presentation and demonstration of physical examination in examination scenario/ OSCE scenario in terms of “Rapport, Communication, Skills, patient comfort, Exposure with privacy and Consent”.
5. Proper “Running commentary” to the examiner/ to the patient while performing physical examination of a patient hitting the “KEY POINTS”.
6. “Time management” in choosing techniques of physical examination in 8 minute station/ short station.
7. Adequate number of “One to one practice sessions” covering all the Physical examination cases in 3 days.
After this workshop, students would have gained knowledge about Physical Examination.
Also, the participant will receive a certificate for attending the workshop.
At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
Perform systematic physical examination.
Improve patient safety by optimising the use of physical examination in conjugation with history and investigations.
Interpret abnormal physical findings on examination.
Formulate a management plan in the context of positive findings.
Recognise when patient needs urgent attention in the general practice & emergency department.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Perform a systematic physical examination.
2. Improve patient safety by optimising the use of physical examination in conjugation with history and investigations.
3. Interpret abnormal physical findings on examination.
4. Formulate a management plan in the context of positive findings.
5. Recognise when a patient needs urgent attention in the general practice & emergency department.