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==Ziel==
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Das Ziel der Lernziele in diesem Kapitel wird im [http://sclo.smifk.ch/sclo2008/fulltext/howtouse SCLO-Katalog] wie folgt definiert:
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:''"Here, a problem is defined as a symptom, sign or test result of a patient with which the physician may be confronted. The physician is able to assess a patient presenting this problem in a well structured way, and to establish a differential diagnosis. She/he is able to propose appropriate diagnostic, therapeutic, social, preventive and other measures, and to provide urgent intervention in case of a life-threatening problem. <br/> Problems were selected if''
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:*''they occur frequently''
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:*''even though rare, rapid and appropriate intervention may be lifesaving or non-intervention might be harmful<sup>E</sup>''
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:*'' they are a cause of excessive emotional distress for the patient"''<ref>{{:SCLO/ Vorlage: Internetquelle| url= http://sclo.smifk.ch/sclo2008/fulltext/howtouse| Seitenname= Offizielle SCLO-Seite| Datum= 15.02.2015}}</ref>
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==Einzelnachweis==
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Version vom 15. Februar 2015, 21:20 Uhr


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Ziel

Das Ziel der Lernziele in diesem Kapitel wird im SCLO-Katalog wie folgt definiert:

"Here, a problem is defined as a symptom, sign or test result of a patient with which the physician may be confronted. The physician is able to assess a patient presenting this problem in a well structured way, and to establish a differential diagnosis. She/he is able to propose appropriate diagnostic, therapeutic, social, preventive and other measures, and to provide urgent intervention in case of a life-threatening problem.
Problems were selected if
  • they occur frequently
  • even though rare, rapid and appropriate intervention may be lifesaving or non-intervention might be harmfulE
  • they are a cause of excessive emotional distress for the patient"[1]

Einzelnachweis

  1. Offizielle SCLO-Seite, abgerufen am 15.02.2015