Weekly Clinical Presentations

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    I thought this might be a good thing to have every week and maybe more often. NPs as well as others can alway benefit from this I believe.

    You are welcome to try your hand at figuring out what is "wrong" with your "patient".

    Check out the first clinical presentation from 8-23-05, ECG, and see what YOU think............don't peek at the answer and rationale until you have made your dx/opinion.
  2. Poll: Desire Weekly Presentations??

    • Yes, I want a clinical presentation weekly

      62.50% 15
    • Yes, I want a clinical presentation and more often if possible

      41.67% 10
    • No, I do not want this at all

      8.33% 2
    • No comment/Do not care one way or the other

      0% 0
    24 Votes / Multiple Choice
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  4. 14 Comments so far...

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    Need some feedback on this idea. :angel2:
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    Come on guys.......let me know SOMETHING!!!!!
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    You want a response.... the poll should tell all. Sounds as if we all like the idea.
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    i voted already i think everyone agreed...master yoda let's start j/k
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    Quote from cgfnp
    You want a response.... the poll should tell all. Sounds as if we all like the idea.
    Hooray. I had not checked the polls lately. No verbal response and I thought no one was interested.

    It is on.

    Looks like almost half and half for weekly/more often.

    I guess I have my homework cut out for me, huh?
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    Quote from hrtprncss
    i voted already i think everyone agreed...master yoda let's start j/k
    Master yoda........too cute :chuckle :chuckle

    We are on then.
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    O.K., it is 50-50 for the clinical presentation weekly/more often.

    Gotta break that tie TONIGHT!!
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    Quote from siri
    O.K., it is 50-50 for the clinical presentation weekly/more often.

    Gotta break that tie TONIGHT!!
    Hello,

    May I make a suggestion? Could you place the presentation on this thread without the answer? It would be less confusion of going to another thread, read it, correlate my answers and then scrolling down to see the answers. It would be great for the presenter to be able to give feedback on our rationale and how we got to the answer. It is only a suggestion.

    I had particiapted on another site that present cases. The presenter gave each one of us positive feedback on our rationale of resolving the case. It was a great learning experience for all of us and especially for students.

    Have a great evening/day,
    Buttons
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    Quote from button2cute
    Hello,

    May I make a suggestion? Could you place the presentation on this thread without the answer? It would be less confusion of going to another thread, read it, correlate my answers and then scrolling down to see the answers. It would be great for the presenter to be able to give feedback on our rationale and how we got to the answer. It is only a suggestion.

    I had particiapted on another site that present cases. The presenter gave each one of us positive feedback on our rationale of resolving the case. It was a great learning experience for all of us and especially for students.

    Have a great evening/day,
    Buttons
    Thank you for the feedback!!

    If you are referring to the 2 answers given with the ECG strip, this was what I wanted the viewer to consider only. I did not want any other interpretations. That is why only 2 answers were possible in THIS situation.

    Now, future presentations could be left up to the viewer to come to their own conclusions with no answer/s provided ahead of time.

    All clinical presentations will have feedback for rationale. I will attempt to address each and every one.

    The presentation will be given.......time allowed for all to view and give answers/rationales.........then the correct answer/rationale will be provided later.

    Again, thanks for the suggestion. Hope you enjoy this forum!!


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