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Certification Course on General Practice

4.5/5
  • Authored and reviewed by an expert panel of healthcare physicians
  • Clinical scenario-based teaching to help you understand the technical aspects of ionizing radiation
  • Media-rich teaching materials providing you engaging experience better than textbook learning
  • Video clips to demonstrate how to carry out a focused, problem-based physical examinations on patients presenting with various health problems
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Certification Course on General Practice
4.5/5
Key Features
  • Authored and reviewed by an expert panel of healthcare physicians
  • Clinical scenario-based teaching to help you understand the technical aspects of ionizing radiation
  • Media-rich teaching materials providing you engaging experience better than textbook learning
  • Video clips to demonstrate how to carry out a focused, problem-based physical examinations on patients presenting with various health problems
  •  Course Duration
    1 Year
  •  Next Batch Date
    30th November 2020
`10,000*

*Statutory taxes and levies not included. Taxes will be applied on checkout. Rates may vary based on management discretion.

Course Description

A General Physician is the first point of contact for any person with any kind of a health problem. From minor cuts and bruises to major health conditions, all are usually seen by the GP first. Hence, the role of the GP in the community cannot be stressed enough.

GPs have an increasing role in planning and delivering healthcare. This session considers the learning outcomes described in the Community Orientation domain of the RCGP core curriculum and explores how to apply these to everyday situations.

What you will learn?

The course follows a structured format with multiple interactive sessions covering all health aspects all through the life cycle. These include health issues faced at every stage in life, from infancy, adolescence, adulthood, and old age. This course covers a wide range of health conditions including:

  • The Role of the Consultation
  • Being Open in Practice
  • Introduction to Patient Safety in Primary Care – A GP’s Story
  • Teaching Groups and Workshops
  • The Principles of Screening
  • Taking and Drawing a Genetic Family History Practice
  • Basic Life Support in the Primary Care environment
  • Common Neonatal Problems
  • Gathering Information and Exploring Sensitive Issues
  • Obesity In Young People
  • Safeguarding Children
  • Introduction to the Healthy Child Programme
  • The Ageing Population
  • Managing Common Vaginal Bleeding Problems
  • Pre-pregnancy Counselling
  • Sexual Health: Indicators of Risk
  • Pain Management in Palliative Care
  • Introduction to Learning Disabilities in the Community
  • Alcohol Facts
  • Taking Care of Problems of the Ear
  • Screening and Prevention of Eye Disease
  • Diagnosis of Diabetes
  • Endocrine Problems in Primary Care – An Overview
  • Back Pain
  • Managing Sports Injuries in Primary Care

Eligibility: Medical students and medical practitioners, all practitioners of general medicine.

Certifications: On successfully completing the course you will receive: e-GP course completion certificate.

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`10,000*

*Statutory taxes and levies not included. Taxes will be applied on checkout. Rates may vary based on management discretion.

Next Batch Start Date 30th November 2020

Course Duration

1 Year

Available Payment Options

  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card
  • Bank Transfer
  • Loan