Developing Clinical Reasoning to Tackle the KFP

Developing Clinical Reasoning to Tackle the KFP

As a GP, we are undertaking clinical reasoning with nearly every patient that we see. It is most often automatic. However, in preparation for the KFP exam, it can be helpful to deconstruct the clinical reasoning process. The ultimate goal, however, is to make us better clinicians, not just to pass the exam!

Captain! Change Tack! Port of OSCE Due North!

Captain! Change Tack! Port of OSCE Due North!

Six months ago, or hopefully more, you set sail for ‘Destination Fellowship’ – a sometimes difficult journey fraught with unforeseen challenges interspersed with interesting facts and unfamiliar places. The end reward of this journey is the freedom to embark confidently on your General Practice career.

FOCUS your AKT & KFP study

FOCUS your AKT & KFP study

Now that the first round of RACGP written exams is over, most will be breathing a sigh of relief. Some will be experiencing that gnawing feeling of the unknown.

Planning your exam run

Planning your exam run

The difference between passing and failing the FRACGP exams is having a structured plan, covering the content required, over a reasonable time.

How to Dress for OSCE Success

How to Dress for OSCE Success

In the weeks leading up to the OSCE, the question of how to dress for your exam is sure to pop up. However, your appearance is so much more than what you wear on the day.

The KFP, it's just another working week

The KFP, it's just another working week

It's Monday morning. You're feeling bright and refreshed after the weekend, and looking forward to some interesting challenges. Your first patient is Louisa Hill, aged 43 years. "I'm tired Doc". Great start.