Presentation on theme: "Why people fail the CSA. Indicators of poor performance Data Gathering Disorganised and unsystematic in gathering information from history taking, examination."— Presentation transcript:
Indicators of poor performance Data Gathering Disorganised and unsystematic in gathering information from history taking, examination and investigation Does not identify abnormal findings or results or fails to recognise their implications Data gathering does not appear to be guided by the probabilities of disease Does not undertake physical examination competently, or use instruments proficient
Indicators of poor performance Clinical management Does not make appropriate diagnosis Does not develop a management plan (including prescribing and referral) that is appropriate and in line with current best practice Follow-up arrangements and safety netting are inadequate Does not demonstrate an awareness of management of risk and health promotion
Indicators of poor performance Interpersonal skills Does not identify patient’s agenda, health beliefs & preferences / does not make use of verbal & non- verbal cues. Does not develop a shared management plan or clarify the roles of doctor and patient Does not use explanations that are relevant and understandable to the patient Does not show sensitivity for the patient’s feelings in all aspects of the consultation including physical examination
Indicators of poor performance Global Disorganised / unstructured consultation Does not recognise the challenge (e.g. the patient’s problem, ethical dilemma etc.) Shows poor time management Shows inappropriate doctor-centeredness
Reasons for poor performance Lack of preparation Inappropriate preparation schedule No CSA work group Lack of consultation structure ICE – on shot docs. Lack of option sharing & shared decision making. Lack of role play & consultation skills training with their trainer
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