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Outpatient Write-up Expectations
-2 per three week outpatient experience.
-Problem focused note. The goal is learning to include pertinent parts of the history and physical exam.
-Provide a copy for your preceptor, email or print. Email by Sunday so they can give you feedback before the next write-up.
-Introductory statement and chief complaint (36 month old otherwise healthy child here with fever and cough)
-History of present illness
-Social History and Family History (if pertinent)
-Review of Systems (Pertinent)
-Physical exam (always include vital signs, general impression, and all positive findings and pertinent negative findings)
-Summary statement - Summarize the key clinical data top include the history, physical and lab findings (36 month old with 4 days of fever and cough. He has tachypnea, hypoxemia to 94%, crackles in left base, and infiltrate on chest x-ray.
The Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers (M_CHAT) is a validated developmental screening tool for toddlers between 16 and 30 months of age. It is designed to identify children who may benefit from a more thorough developmental and autism evaluation. This is administered at our 18 and 24 month check-ups.
The ASQ is a screening tool used at check-ups at 9, 18 and 24 months. This form is filled out by parents prior to the visit then scored by nursing staff. It screens for developmental and social-emotional delays. The form is usually ready for you to review just before seeing the patient.
The Immunization Action Coalition works to improve vaccine rates and provide information on vaccine preventable diseases to healthcare professionals and the public. This is a great resource for parents with concerns about vaccines. There is an excellent section on personal testimonies by parents who lost children to influenza, pertussis, pneumococcal meningitis and more.
A website designed for parents by the American Academy of Pediatrics. There is information on parenting, safety and prevention, development, nutrition, medical and mental health issues. This is useful for well child visits and general parenting advice.
Current vaccine schedule. Includes links to catch-up schedule.