When you do clinical attachment (observership) at a GP clinic, ask your supervisor to sign:


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TODAY TOPIC: LOG BOOK and OBSERVERSHIP CERTIFICATE

When you do clinical attachment (observership) at a GP clinic, ask your supervisor to sign:

  1. Observership certificate

Example for it in a link to my one drive

https://1drv.ms/w/s!Apy0mhpf3indgc4REVE3HshdovJnuA

  1. Log book includes

a) Front page: your name, clinic name, clinic address, contact supervisor name, supervisor registration, date of supervison

b) Table (Date, patient initials, complaint, +v history, +v signs, investigations, management, NB and supervisor signature)

c) Detailed notes: details of the above table

Example for it in a link to my one drive

https://1drv.ms/w/s!Apy0mhpf3indgc4S9j-ZvCl7H_9wsQ

NB: the above documents are my own design, feel free to adjust as you and your supervisor think

The log book and the certificates are counted a lot in your PESCI/ registration and also could be considered as CPD activities

I hope this hint will help you during your PESCI preparation

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