Gurpal

Feedback: CASC September 2015

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Please post your feedback about the exam!

Information on all aspects of each station is welcome, including the candidate's instructions and the role of the actors/examiners.

Good luck on results day! B)

Note: To discuss how to approach individual stations in detail, please start a new topic for each station - don't discuss them in this thread which is for posting descriptions of stations only. By following this instruction you'll help future exam candidates!

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BEST OF LUCK

YOU ALL HAVE WORKED SO HARD

AND

HOPE THE EXAM IS WHAT YOU ALL HAD HOPED:rolleyes:

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my heart with you all guys giving this casc ,any feed back on paired stations yet

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Cheers for that. 

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Hi River

 

thanks for your information. hope you are doing well.

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Yes Vikas am fine. Hope the same with you 

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Has anyone got any details about the elderly with depression on lithium & mirtazepine

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The paired station on lithium and mirtazapine, what was the issue????

and the parietal lobe testing doesn't take very long, are we suppose to start testing other lobes then

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Recurrent depressive disorder station came on 14th June 2011 (station 5 and 6) (not entirely sure if it's the same one that was tested today)

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That Zispin and Li station was also a paired station on the first day of CASC January 2015. I think it was more a communication and knowledge station as the first station was really about medication history of recurrent depression and in the next station was just to address the wife's concerns. I remember she had concerns about his physical health and impact of drug interactions. Some of the stations may have a certain task with a curve ball thrown at you but not these ones.

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