Archer CCS Workshop
Archer CCS Workshop
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Archer CCS Workshop is an interactive online workshop where participants learn important Clinical Case Simulation strategies and practice cases as shown above in the demo under supervision. Each workshop is taught in a webinar event, allowing students to review CCS from the comfort of their own homes and to watch and practice CCS cases under supervision in a virtual classroom. Students save both time and money on their CCS review. Each live CCS workshop is designed to strengthen students' approach to patient care. Students learns how to maximize the delivery of quality care in the 25 minute time allotted for each CCS simulation and how to follow through on critical CCS tasks.
The CCS workshop is set up as a combined lecture and hands-on learning environment. Every student gets to practice CCS and have his or her CCS methods analyzed by professionals. A Typical CCS Session includes: CCS strategies Recognizing unstable vitals Live demonstration of CCS cases Common CCS mistakes and how to prevent them Tips for scoring high on CCS Follow-ups of office and ER cases Efficient use of time Avoiding invasive tests Basic set of orders for emergency cases Adding / discontinuing orders that matter Obtaining consults and their appropriateness Differential diagnosis for common ER and office presentations How to schedule follow-up tests Live and interactive practice of several highyield USMLE Step 3 CCS cases The first three to four hours of the CCS workshop includes a lecture on the USMLE Step 3 CCS strategies mentioned above. At the end of this lecture, several very important Step 3 CCS cases are practiced in an interactive format. As one of the students practices the CCS case under supervision, others get to watch the case practice on their own desktop and ask questions like in a live classroom. Students receive immediate feedback and guidance from the instructor. The instructor carefully monitors students' approach to a CCS case and corrects any inadeq
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