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The 10 most popular education articles amongst users of in the past 12 months

Ourr article 'Consultation models in practice' is the most read education article
Ourr article 'Consultation models in practice' is the most read education article

We have ranked the most read education articles  between January 2010 and December 2010.

Top 10 education articles in 2010
1. Consultation models in practice
Dr Lynda Carter explains how to incorporate consultation models into your 10-minute consultation.

Ten new skills to boost your CV
Dr Kamal Sidhu suggests enhancing your professional development to stand out from the crowd.


CSA practice case - Low mood in a menopausal patient
For use individually or in a study group with someone playing the doctor, patient and assessor. Dr Prashini Naidoo sets out briefs, a marking guide and a debrief for this CSA practice case.


Consultation skills - Talking about sexual health
Tried and tested methods make raising the topic of sexual health less daunting.


Consultation skills – Consulting with elderly patients
It is vital that GPs feel confident when dealing with this group of patients, explains Dr Anna Cumisky.


Medico-legal – Documenting non-clinical factors
Record non-clinical factors clearly and accurately, says MPS adviser Dr Jayne Molodynski.


Effective consulting – Part 3 – Sharing an understanding
In this series on consulting skills, Dr Peter Tate discusses common scenarios you can watch online.


Consulting with deaf patients
GPs can improve how they approach patients who are deaf or hard of hearing, explains Laura Foreman.


Sitting the applied knowledge test
Dr James Larcombe describes what to expect in the AKT and how best to prepare for the big day.


GP training – Getting the most out of your GP trainer
Dr Prashini Naidoo and Dr Jemma Austin offer their respective views on trainer-trainee relationships.

Source: - between January  and December 2010 (all users)

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