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  • 1. The ‘Standard’ PLAB 2 case
  • 2. The Telephone case
  • 3. The Video consult
  • 4. The Emergency case
  • 5. The Admission case
  • 6. The Urgent Referral case
  • 7. The 3rd Party case (relative)
  • 8. The 3rd Party case (colleague 1)
  • 9. The 3rd Party case (colleague 2)
  • 10. Multiple agendas
  • 11. The talkative consultation
  • 12. Angry patient
  • 13. Breaking Bad News
  • 14. Health Promotion / Counselling
  • 15. Poor compliance
  • 16. Embarrassed patient
  • 17. Blase patient
  • 18. Demanding patient
  • 19. Refusing medical advice
  • 20. Teaching case
  • 21. Cardiac sounding chest pain
  • 22. Post MI
  • 23. Palpitations
  • 24. Atrial Fibrillation
  • 25. SOBOE (suspected Heart Failure)
  • 26. Raised BP
  • 27. CVD Risk / Lipids
  • 28. Intermittent Claudication
  • 29. Swollen calf
  • 30. Varicose Veins
  • 31. Rash
  • 32. Itching
  • 33. Acne
  • 34. Eczema
  • 35. Psoriasis
  • 36. Moles
  • 37. New Diabetes / raised HbA1c
  • 38. Diabetes – Poor Control
  • 39. Hypoglycaemia
  • 40. Neck Swelling
  • 41. Hypothyroid
  • 42. Hyperthyroid
  • 43. Gynaecomastia
  • 44. TATT
  • 45. Weight Gain
  • 46. Epistaxis
  • 47. Ear Pain
  • 48. Tinnitus
  • 49. Hearing loss
  • 50. Dizziness

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AKT Clinical

  • 51. Sore throat
  • 52. Urgent ENT
  • 53. Abdominal pain
  • 54. Diarrhoea
  • 55. Constipation
  • 56. IBS
  • 57. Rectal bleeding
  • 58. GI Cancer – Lower
  • 59. Dyspepsia
  • 60. GI Cancer – Upper
  • 61. Abnormal LFTs
  • 62. Jaundice
  • 63. Weight loss
  • 64. Mouth Ulcers
  • 65. Anaemia
  • 66. Bruising
  • 67. LUTS
  • 68. PSA test
  • 69. Erectile dysfunction
  • 70. Testicular problems
  • 71. Joint pain
  • 72. Joint swelling
  • 73. Back pain
  • 74. Neck pain
  • 75. Shoulder pain
  • 76. Arm/wrist problems
  • 77. Hip problems
  • 78. Knee problems
  • 79. Foot/ankle problems
  • 80. Osteoarthritis
  • 81. Osteoporosis
  • 82. Headache general
  • 83. Specific headache management
  • 84. Limb weakness
  • 85. Stroke
  • 86. TIA
  • 87. Seizure
  • 88. Tremor
  • 89. Parkinsonism
  • 90. Head Injury
  • 91. Falls
  • 92. Red eye
  • 93. Painful eye
  • 94. Gradual visual loss
  • 95. Younger patient (<16)
  • 96. Paediatric behavioural
  • 97. Enuresis
  • 98. Childhood limp
  • 99. NAI
  • 100. Child Safeguarding
  • 101. Low mood
  • 102. Anxiety
  • 103. Confusion
  • 104. Memory loss
  • 105. Psychosis
  • 106. PTSD
  • 107. Insomnia
  • 108. Eating disorder
  • 109. GFR drop
  • 110. AKI
  • 111. CKD
  • 112. URTI
  • 113. Cough
  • 114. Chest infection
  • 115. Wheeze – suspected asthma
  • 116. Asthma review
  • 117. Wheeze – older, COPD
  • 118. Acute SOB
  • 119. Snoring/OSA
  • 120. Smoking
  • 121. Lung Cancer
  • 122. Vaginal discharge
  • 123. STI diagnosed
  • 124. Alcohol
  • 125. Substance misuse
  • 126. Contraception general request
  • 127. OCP request
  • 128. Missed Pill
  • 129. Emergency contraception
  • 130. Period change
  • 131. Menorrhagia
  • 132. Irregular periods
  • 133. Menopause
  • 134. Infertility
  • 135. New Pregnancy
  • 136. Antenatal Screening
  • 137. Termination
  • 138. Abdominal Pain in Pregnancy
  • 139. Suspected UTI in a female
  • 140. Urinary Incontinence
  • 141. Breast lump
  • 142. Fever
  • 143. Domestic violence
  • 144. Adult safeguarding
  • 145. Social acopia
  • 146. Palliative Care
  • 147. Learning difficulty cases
  • 148. Genetics cases
  • 149. Travel scenarios
  • 150. Ethical scenarios

Video Course Contents

  • 1. The ‘Standard’ UKMLA PLAB 2 case
  • 2. The Telephone case
  • 3. The Video consult
  • 4. The Emergency case
  • 5. The Admission case
  • 6. The Urgent Referral case
  • 7. The 3rd Party case (relative)
  • 8. The 3rd Party case (colleague 1)
  • 9. The 3rd Party case (colleague 2)
  • 10. Multiple agendas
  • 11. The talkative consultation
  • 12. Angry patient
  • 13. Breaking Bad News
  • 14. Health Promotion / Counselling
  • 15. Poor compliance
  • 16. Embarrassed patient
  • 17. Blase patient
  • 18. Demanding patient
  • 19. Refusing medical advice
  • 20. Teaching case
  • 21. Cardiac sounding chest pain
  • 22. Post MI
  • 23. Palpitations
  • 24. Atrial Fibrillation
  • 25. SOBOE (suspected Heart Failure)
  • 26. Raised BP
  • 27. CVD Risk / Lipids
  • 28. Intermittent Claudication
  • 29. Swollen calf
  • 30. Varicose Veins
  • 31. Rash
  • 32. Itching
  • 33. Acne
  • 34. Eczema
  • 35. Psoriasis
  • 36. Moles
  • 37. New Diabetes / raised HbA1c
  • 38. Diabetes – Poor Control
  • 39. Hypoglycaemia
  • 40. Neck Swelling
  • 41. Hypothyroid
  • 42. Hyperthyroid
  • 43. Gynaecomastia
  • 44. TATT
  • 45. Weight Gain
  • 46. Epistaxis
  • 47. Ear Pain
  • 48. Tinnitus
  • 49. Hearing loss
  • 50. Dizziness
  • 51. Sore throat
  • 52. Urgent ENT
  • 53. Abdominal pain
  • 54. Diarrhoea
  • 55. Constipation
  • 56. IBS
  • 57. Rectal bleeding
  • 58. GI Cancer – Lower
  • 59. Dyspepsia
  • 60. GI Cancer – Upper
  • 61. Abnormal LFTs
  • 62. Jaundice
  • 63. Weight loss
  • 64. Mouth Ulcers
  • 65. Anaemia
  • 66. Bruising
  • 67. LUTS
  • 68. PSA test
  • 69. Erectile dysfunction
  • 70. Testicular problems
  • 71. Joint pain
  • 72. Joint swelling
  • 73. Back pain
  • 74. Neck pain
  • 75. Shoulder pain
  • 76. Arm/wrist problems
  • 77. Hip problems
  • 78. Knee problems
  • 79. Foot/ankle problems
  • 80. Osteoarthritis
  • 81. Osteoporosis
  • 82. Headache general
  • 83. Specific headache management
  • 84. Limb weakness
  • 85. Stroke
  • 86. TIA
  • 87. Seizure
  • 88. Tremor
  • 89. Parkinsonism
  • 90. Head Injury
  • 91. Falls
  • 92. Red eye
  • 93. Painful eye
  • 94. Gradual visual loss
  • 95. Younger patient (<16)
  • 96. Paediatric behavioural
  • 97. Enuresis
  • 98. Childhood limp
  • 99. NAI
  • 100. Child Safeguarding
  • 101. Low mood
  • 102. Anxiety
  • 103. Confusion
  • 104. Memory loss
  • 105. Psychosis
  • 106. PTSD
  • 107. Insomnia
  • 108. Eating disorder
  • 109. GFR drop
  • 110. AKI
  • 111. CKD
  • 112. URTI
  • 113. Cough
  • 114. Chest infection
  • 115. Wheeze – suspected asthma
  • 116. Asthma review
  • 117. Wheeze – older, COPD
  • 118. Acute SOB
  • 119. Snoring/OSA
  • 120. Smoking
  • 121. Lung Cancer
  • 122. Vaginal discharge
  • 123. STI diagnosed
  • 124. Alcohol
  • 125. Substance misuse
  • 126. Contraception general request
  • 127. OCP request
  • 128. Missed Pill
  • 129. Emergency contraception
  • 130. Period change
  • 131. Menorrhagia
  • 132. Irregular periods
  • 133. Menopause
  • 134. Infertility
  • 135. New Pregnancy
  • 136. Antenatal Screening
  • 137. Termination
  • 138. Abdominal Pain in Pregnancy
  • 139. Suspected UTI in a female
  • 140. Urinary Incontinence
  • 141. Breast lump
  • 142. Fever
  • 143. Domestic violence
  • 144. Adult safeguarding
  • 145. Social acopia
  • 146. Palliative Care
  • 147. Learning difficulty cases
  • 148. Genetics cases
  • 149. Travel scenarios
  • 150. Ethical scenarios

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