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- Knowing how to write up a clinical record.
- Employing and interpreting key diagnostic examinations properly.
- Recognising the most common pathologies and knowing their treatments.
- Recognising different paediatric age groups and their importance in childhood pathologies.
- Being able to adequately advise a mother on a breast and artificial feeding.
- Knowing how to clinically monitor admitted patients.
- Interpreting and managing the clinical symptoms of psychiatric patients.
- Assessing and treating psychiatric emergencies.
- Preparing a post-operative surgical risk report.
- Establishing a protocol for pre-operative prophylaxis.
- Recognising and treating the most common surgical complications.
- Performing wound treatments and uncomplicated skin sutures.
- Knowing how to treat post-operative pain.
- Preparing a brief clinical report on clinical cases monitored and their clinical records.
- Knowing how to establish a diagnostic, therapeutic and treatment plan when faced with key symptoms.
- Disclosing, observations verbally to patients from their examination and providing them with relevant information.
- Describing clinical histories verbally and monitoring them in authorised open sessions.
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