Post test: Incorporating students into a busy practice

 
Please complete the following post-test as a requirement of receiving CME credit for this module.
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1. Please leave your name and email address so that you may receive credit for the post-test.
2. Do you have a welcoming/orientation letter for new medical students who come to your practice?
If the answer to Question #1 was “Yes,” please email dballance@georgiahealth.edu or fax 706-721-8508 to the AHEC office for our files.
3. If the answer to Question #1 was “No,” please consider writing an orientation letter soon (put yourself in the student’s shoes . . . . . ) . As preparation for writing an orientation letter, list 5 topics which you think are important to review with the student before he/she begins to work with you.
4. Your junior medical student has evaluated her patient and presented her history & physical examination findings to you. What 3 questions will quickly diagnose your learner, showing insight into what she knows, doesn’t know, and her clinical reasoning skills?
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5. You will be out of the office all day Thursday. What are some activities that you could involve the student in to enrich his clinical education/experience while you’re away? (Choose all that apply)
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6. Name 2 strategies you already use or you think might be useful to efficiently incorporate a student into a busy clinical practice
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