Elicit, provide, elicit

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Keith Birrell, Prem Mathiazhagan and Iram Ansari give you examples, from across the GP curriculum, of how you might elicit what a patient wants, or needs, to know. We give some examples of how that information might be provided. We use the elicit, provide, elicit model.

This demonstration provides you with lots of knowledge from across the curriculum, and this knowledge is applied in a skilful way. These skills and knowledge will help you do do your job in the consulting room, and the exam room, better. Avoid telling your patient what you know, rather give them the information that is useful to them or that they want to know.

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Listen to (and read when we post) our demonstration on how elicit what a patient wants, or needs, to know. We use the elicit, provide, elicit model.

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Contributed by: Keith Birrell
Authored by: Dr Keith Birrell, GP trainer - Herrington Medical Centre
Dr Prem Mathiazhagan, GP trainer - Bankhouse surgery
Dr Iram Ansari, GP - Cleadon Park
Licence: More information on licences
First contributed: 28 May 2020
Audience access level: Full user


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