Clinical Problems in Dentistry 50 OSCEs and SCRs. This book gives both an understanding and an approach to pass both MFDS and MJDF exams.
Author: John Laszlo
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Clinical Problems in Dentistry 50 OSCEs and SCRs. This book gives both an understanding and an approach to pass both MFDS and MJDF exams. Detailed cases from real patients will enable the postgraduate dentist to gain an appreciation of the standards required and the professional behaviours expected from a successful candidate. Building the basic OSCE into the SCR, this is the only book aimed at both the MFDS and MJDF exams. Starting with Exam Expectations, the following fi ve chapters of subject-based questions cover: Medical Emergencies, Medical Matters, Ethical Examples, Clinical Cases and ends with Procedural Problems. Written in line with the 2013 GDC Standards, this text should prove to be useful, not only for those preparing for the MFDS and MJDF exams, but for all members of the dental team who wish to use Clinical Problems in Dentistry for their CPD requirements. Clinical Problems in Dentistry has been content evaluated, edited and reviewed. It should prove to be a valuable addition for the modern dental professionals reading. Key Features: 1. Mandatory Core CPD areas covered. 2. Focus on communication and non-technical skills for the exam and the clinic. 3. Additional information from the OSCE to the SCR level for each question. 4. Citations and references provided for further reading. 5. Easy to read, detailed studies of patients, describing them as people and not just clinical cases.
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