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You are not breathless. You have never broken a bone. You are otherwise fit and well. Your only tablets are coproxamol, arthrotec and prednisolone 5 mg daily. You are not aware of the need for ‘bone protection’ when on long-term steroids. You worked as a secretary until you had your two children 10 years ago. Since then you have been a housewife. You are happily married and your husband is a solicitor. Your parents are both fit and well as are your children and brother. You have never smoked and drink an occasional glass of wine.

By S. Hoole, A. Fry, D. Hodson & R. Davies. Published 2010 by Blackwell Publishing. History Taking 35 points for neglecting them. Actors may be primed to give you certain information only if specifically questioned upon it. r Explore psychosocial issues The impact of the condition on his or her relationships, family and job is crucial and in the examination, patients will probably not volunteer this unless asked. In most cases this should feature on your subsequent list of problems. r Attempt to develop a rapport The way you interact with the patient is assessed.

Published 2010 by Blackwell Publishing. History Taking 35 points for neglecting them. Actors may be primed to give you certain information only if specifically questioned upon it. r Explore psychosocial issues The impact of the condition on his or her relationships, family and job is crucial and in the examination, patients will probably not volunteer this unless asked. In most cases this should feature on your subsequent list of problems. r Attempt to develop a rapport The way you interact with the patient is assessed.

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