Resident Instructions

Open Resident Instructions
(Dina Sokolova)

 


 

CLINICAL PERFORMANCE EXAMINATION (CPX)

Dina Sokolova^

 


Station Length:
15 minutes maximum

Patient Name: Dina Sokolova

Reason for Visit:

The patient, Mrs. Dina Sokolova, has presented to the clinic and has been taken to a patient room by the nurse. Vital signs have been documented by the nurse in the chart.

A Russian interpreter has been summoned to assist and is already in the room.

Resident Instructions:

You are seeing continuity patients in the Family Medicine Clinic. Your first patient is a native Russian speaker with limited English proficiency. You have not met her before, but a quick review of the record shows that you are seeing her today for follow-up of hypertension, which was diagnosed in Russia in 2005. She was started on Metoprolol at her last visit 2 months ago because her pressure was not controlled just on HCTZ. She has also complained of headaches in the past.

Conduct your interview as per usual, keeping in mind the possible cultural aspects of her condition and the cultural tools and interpreter skills you learned in your preparatory sessions.

Vital signs: BP 160/100 by nurse and repeated by you, same. Other vital signs WNL.

 

NO FURTHER PHYSICAL EXAM IS NECESSARY


After leaving the room, complete the checklist on the computer.


PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON THIS PAGE

 

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Open Resident Instructions
(Pavel Sokolov)

Pavel Sokolov^

 


Station Length:
15 minutes maximum

Patient Name: Pavel Sokolov

Reason for Visit:

The patient, Mr. Pavel Sokolov, has presented to the clinic and has been taken to a patient room by the nurse. Vital signs have been documented by the nurse in the chart.

A Russian interpreter has been summoned to assist and is already in the room.

Resident Instructions:

You are seeing continuity patients in the Family Medicine Clinic. Your first patient is a native Russian speaker with limited English proficiency. You have not met him before, but a quick review of the record shows that you are seeing him today for follow-up of hypertension, which was diagnosed in Russia in 2005. He was started on Metoprolol at his last visit 2 months ago because his pressure was not controlled just on HCTZ. He has also complained of headaches in the past.

Conduct your interview as per usual, keeping in mind the possible cultural aspects of his condition and the cultural tools and interpreter skills you learned in your preparatory sessions.

Vital signs: BP 160/100 by nurse and repeated by you, same. Other vital signs WNL.

 

NO FURTHER PHYSICAL EXAM IS NECESSARY

 

After leaving the room, complete the checklist on the computer.

 

 

PLEASE DO NOT WRITE ON THIS PAGE