OET Writing Course
OET Letter Writing is not a very tough job but it needs a lot of experience. To write it perfectly, you have to feel like a medical professional in charge of a patient with a medical condition. If you feel like an OET candidate, you will make several errors!
The first thing is – take this Easy!
- Do not think that an OET letter is a tough job.
- Apply more of your common sense than copying what you have seen as samples.
- There is just one kind of letter, so, do not feel like there are 20 types of letters!
What are the kinds of OET Letters?
In OET Letter Writing, we cannot say exactly how many kinds of letters are possible but they come under the following types:
|Referral Letters||Discharge Letters||Transfer Letters||Information Letter|
What’s inside this Course?
- New Case Notes
- 10 Different Letters
- Corrected Letters (1 Sample given below)
- 30 Errors most of you commit
- Step-by-step Training (Most Important)
- Case Notes Analysis
A Corrected Letter | OET Letter Writing
Dr John Dyer
West Suburban Eye Care Centre
396 Remington Boulevard
Romaville Dear Doctor,
Re: Mr Tej Singh Randhawa, 41 years
I am writing to refer Mr Randhawa who is suspected to have Horner’s Syndrome. Further assessment and treatments will be highly appreciated.
Initially, Mr Randhawa came with a right-sided headache and runny nose along with a fever of 101 degrees F. Sinusitis was confirmed and augmentin was commenced. He re-presented on 24 January, with a severe throbbing headache on the same side, lasting for 15 min to 2 hours constantly, in irregular episodes, pain spreading toward the right eye, teeth and the jaw. On assessment, his BP was 150/90 mmhg and heart rate, 105 beats /min. He also scored 10/10 on the pain scale affecting his daily movements although his neurological findings were normal. It was therefore confirmed that he has cluster headaches and was given non steroid anti inflammatory drugs.
Two days back, Mr Randhawa again showed up with additional and severe symptoms. On investigation, he was found to have right eye sunken, drooping of the upper lid, including constriction of the pupil in darkness and reduced sweating on the same side of the face. After all the findings, the aforementioned diagnosis was provisionally confirmed.
Mr Randhawa was once admitted for appendicitis in 2010 and he is on treatment for hypothyroidism. Please note, he smokes.
In view of the above, treatments according to your findings will be of great help.
If you have any queries, kindly contact me.
Please follow these instructions:
- Make sure that you complete each task.
- To start the course, press “Get Course” button and then “Enroll Course” Button.
- You will be directed to Log In or Register.
- After you are logged In, press “Start Course” or “Continue”
- To view your score, press View Score
- When you get tired, close the page or turn the phone / computer off. Don’t worry! Next time open the page, you will be able to start from where you had stopped.
Ready? Let’s start! OET
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Case Notes Analysis
Case Notes Types
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