Observable Behaviour Field Note
Assessing Competence in family medicine

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Theme: Actively explores patients’ experience with a problem by inquiring about:
  • what they feel in connection with their problem (feelings)
  • how they explain what they are experiencing (ideas)
  • the effect it is having on their life (impact on function)
  • how they hope the physician will be able to help them address the problem (expectations)
Actively explores patients’ experience with a problem by inquiring about:
  • what they feel in connection with their problem (feelings)
  • how they explain what they are experiencing (ideas)
  • the effect it is having on their life (impact on function)
  • how they hope the physician will be able to help them address the problem (expectations)

Select up to  behaviours to include in one field note.

Resident:
Assessor:
Clinical Setting:
Date:
Skill Dimension:
Observed Theme and Behaviours:
Actively explores patients’ experience with a problem by inquiring about:
  • what they feel in connection with their problem (feelings)
  • how they explain what they are experiencing (ideas)
  • the effect it is having on their life (impact on function)
  • how they hope the physician will be able to help them address the problem (expectations)

Other:
Feedback given (what was done well / suggestions for improvement):
 

Signed Resident:   Signed Assessor:  
Date:   Date:  


  
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