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CSA 125 Online Course

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125 CSA-type scenarios and how to ace them

What to ask, what not to miss, what is important in 10 minutes

Up-to-date guidelines, red flags, ICE, PSY + much more

Learn from the comfort of your own home

6 hours, 20 minutes course

Flexible choice: 1 (£199), 3 (£219), 6 (£239), 12 (£259) month package

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ARORA CSA-125 ONLINE COURSE

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Course Contents

1. Standard consultation

2. Emergency case

3. Admission case

4. 2-week referral

5. 3rd party case (medical)

6. 3rd party case (non-medical)

7. Telephone case

8. Home visit case

9. Cardiac chest pain

10. MI

11. Non-specific chest pain

12. Palpitations

13. AF

14. Warfarin vs NOAC

15. SOBOE

16. Raised BP

17. CVD risk/lipids

18. Intermittent claudication

19. Rash

20. Acne

21. Eczema

22. Psoriasis

23. Moles

24. Suspected Asthma

25. Diagnosed Asthma

26. COPD

27. DVT

28. Acute SOB

29. Chest infection

30. Smoking

31. Lung cancer

32. OSA

33. Diabetes

34. Poor control diabetes

35. Thyroid

36. Endocrine presentations

37. Obesity

38. Abdominal pain

39. Diarrhoea

40. Constipation

41. Upper GI cancer

42. Menorrhagia

43. PCOS

44. Menopause

45. Infertility

46. Antenatal presentation

47. Antenatal screening

48. Mid-late pregnancy

49. Termination

50. Breast

51. STI worry

52. STI diagnosed

53. Erectile dysfunction

54. LUTS

55. PSA

56. Testicular lump

57. Anaemia

58. Bruising

59. Osteoarthritis

60. Neck pain

61. Shoulder pain

62. Elbow/wrist pain

63. Knee pain

64. Foot/ankle pain

65. Back pain

66. Osteoporosis

67. Travel

68. Alcohol

69. Substance misuse

70. Health promotion

71. Paeds behavioural

72. Enuresis

73. Autism worry

74. Elderly patient

75. Safeguarding

76. Younger person

77. Breaking Bad News

78. Angry/demanding patient

79. Complaint

80. Domestic Violence

81. Embarrassed patient

82. Blaze patient

83. TIA

84. Seizure

85. Tremor

86. Parkinsonism

87. Falls

88. Acute Vision loss

89. Gradual vision loss

90. Red eye

91. Acute renal decline

92. CKD

93. Low mood

94. Anxiety

96. Confusion

97. Eating disorder

98. PTSD

99. Insomnia

100. Bereavement

101. Ear pain

102. Tinnitus

103. Hearing loss

104. Dizziness

105. Sore throat

106. Urgent ENT

107. Contraception

108. Missed pill

109. Emergency contraception

110. Periods

111. Lower GI cancer

112. Dyspepsia

113. IBS

114. Abnormal LFTs

115. Weight loss

116. TATT

117. Headache

118. Headache specifics

119. Stroke

120. Multiple agenda

121. Compliance

122. Palliative care

123. Genetics

124. LD cases

125. Ethical cases

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CSA

Data Gathering

Which clinical questions to ask: red flags, how to differentiate conditions, how to rule out referral.

Which additional questions are important: rules and regulations eg driving, important occupations to cover, which lifestyle elements are important.

How to make your questions relevant, focused and targeted.

Clinical Management

Summaries of current guidance including medical management and referral pointers.

How to manage the whole situation and not just the condition: what else would be important to cover?

Which options are important, what can be shared, what is important in safety-netting.

Interpersonal

How to ask your questions. Examples of what works and what doesn’t in a particular situation.

Focus on potential cues to look out for and how to act on them.

How to make ensure how a discussion is patient-centered, both in data gathering and management.

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