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Assessing Competence in family medicine

In Children
As children, especially adolescents, generally present infrequently for medical care, take advantage of visits to ask about: - unverbalized problems (e.g., school performance). - social well-being (e.g., relationships, home, friends). - modifiable risk factors (e.g., exercise, diet). - risk behaviours (e.g., use of bike helmets and seatbelts).
Clinical Reasoning Skills, Patient Centered Approach
History, Treatment
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