|Special notes|| ||teaching staff|| (Coordinator) Dr D Dunbabin ||campus & mode|| Hbt, int ||unit weight|| [12.5%] ||teaching pattern|| sem 1 - 12 lectures, 12 clinical demonstrations, 6 clinico-pathological sessions, 12 physical esamination practice sessions, 6x2-hour clinical problem solving sessions, followed by 8 weeks clinical experience ||prerequisites||corequisites||mutual exclusions||method of assessment|| end of sem 1, a 15-min Medicine Clinical Examination, and a 10-min Surgery OSCE ||required texts, etc|
(latest edns recommended)
Boyd GW, Clinical Method: A Guide to Medical Students.
-, Making Physiology Work in Clinical Diagnosis.
Kumar and Clark, Clinical Medicine.
Munro and Ford, Introduction to Clinical Examination.
Nuffield Foundation booklet, Talking with Patients,  London.
Medical Research Council, U.K., Aids to the Examination of the Peripheral Nervous System,  HMSO.
[p/b] Grahame-Smith DJ and Aronson JK, The Oxford Textbook of Clinical Pharmacology and Drug Therapy,  Oxford University Press.
Reference text: Wilson JD, Braunwald E, et al, Harrison's Principles of Internal Medicine,  latest edn.
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