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By Charalambos Panayiotou Charalambous (auth.)

This booklet offers a few renowned “pearls” as to the right way to enhance your everyday office functionality, be successfully effective, be an inherent a part of the workforce, the best way to shine and galvanize. even as recommendation is given as to how you can organize for postgraduate assessments, enhance crucial technical abilities and effectively perform examine. This standard tips could be of use for these aspiring in turning into a generalist or subspecialty surgeon and should be of price in whichever a part of the area you find yourself working towards in.

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Use Similar Language This refers to using structured communication systems or clinical management pathways, so that all participants are aware of what the messages mean. The ALS (Advanced Life Support) and ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) systems, commonly used in clinical practise, put structure in how to resuscitate a collapsed patient or approach a trauma patient [14, 15]. Clinicians trained in these systems are thus able to “speak the same language” when undertaking such crucial tasks. Avoid abbreviations or technical terms that may not be easily understood by others.

Should you be telling your partner about the medical condition of a prominent village figure? • Should you be stopping at a patient’s house for a home visit on your way to taking your partner shopping? • Should you be keeping in your portfolio a copy of your logbook with identifiable patient’s details? • Should you be including in your national audit lecture a radiograph with the patient’s details at the top? • Should you be keeping information about patients on non-encrypted, nonpassword protected memory stick or laptop?

What might the other person ask, and do you have those answers? • Have a system in presenting patients over the phone; SBAR and SOAP may once again help. • Rehearse in your mind, or on paper, what you plan to say. Rehearse as how you will present the patient, or how you could describe a radiograph over the phone. When you ring: • • • • • • Speak slowly and clearly. Ask other caller to speak slowly. Clearly state who you are. Check the caller’s identity. Ask if they are able to speak. State clearly at the beginning the reason for ringing.

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