SOAP for Family Medicine
|Rating||:||4.99 (518 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||224 Pages|
"Very Helpful" according to ResearchGirl. I bought this book to help me write my soap notes while in nurse practitioner school. Although the book is listed as "family medicine," it also includes OB, peds, derma, ortho and psych. This book was very helpful to me and my teachers always complimented me on my work. I have recommended this book to other students.. Shells said Very Basic. 1 small page of a very basic review for some common diagnoses with vague basic information. If you are looking for detailed in-depth information this may not be the book for you.. Fantastic Guide to following the SOAP approach in Family Practice O.E.A. This book provides a 2 page synopsis for common complaints in primary care which includes helpful reminders for each of the SOAP components: Subjecive complaints (and what to ask about); Objective findings (what to look for on exam and which labs you might need); Assessment (what to include); Plan (how to move forward). I always take it with me to clinicals and I've started using it to review for tests as well. Well worth the money.
Students will find these books a "must have" to keep in their white coat pockets for wards and clinics.. Covering the problems most commonly encountered on the wards, the text uses the familiar "SOAP" note format to record important clinical information and guide patient care. Each step presents information on how that case would likely be handled. SOAP for Family Medicine features 90 clinical problems with each case presented in an easy to read 2-page layout. Questions under each category teach the students important steps in clinical care.Blackwell's new SOAP series is a unique resource that also provides a step-by-step guide to learning how to properly document patient care. SOAP format puts the emphasis back on the patient's clinical problem not
3rd year medical student, University of Tennessee-Memphis, College of Medicine I think these notes are great. 4th year medical student, Harvard University School of Medicine The SOAP format is a great idea because that is the way our attendings want us to think and report. I see this book as a book I can glance at before I examine a patient (once I know the CC) and study before I present. This portion of the notes is very, very important and I am glad that the book really honed in on this and covered