Linking Notes to Purpose

To score high, you should be able to point notes to statements. I should explain this clearly.

Suppose the following are three pieces of notes taken from a case notes.

  • Her fever did not subside after administering paracetamol. (X)
  • She was administered Ibuprofen 400 mg intravenously. (Y)
  • 400 mg every 4 to 6 hours. (Y)

When you mention something, you should connect it with the “purpose” of the letter. Unfortunately, what many of the candidates do is write each point separately or in a single sentence! Study how the notes are connected to the purpose of the letter:

  • Ibuprofen 400 mg was administered intravenously and the same she received every 4 to 6 hours in an attempt to relieve her fever after a futile attempt with paracetamol.

Now, link the notes to the purpose.

  1. The first note
  2. The second note
  3. Result
  4. Purpose

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Written by Biju John

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