Task Outline for Medical Chinese Test

Saturday, June 10, 2023

I. Medical History Collection

  1. Ability to understand the patient's symptoms, medication usage, duration of illness, and personal information related to the medical condition.
  2. Ability to inquire about the patient's personal information, medical condition, onset time, onset urgency, inducements, medical history, and other related information; ability to describe the patient's condition to others.
  3. Ability to read medical records, prescriptions, referral records, and other related medical documents.
  4. Ability to write written materials for medical history collection, including medical history, medical condition, patient information, and other related contents.

II. Physical Examination

  1. Ability to understand the patient's inquiries about physical examination items.
  2. Ability to explain the examination process, the purpose of the physical examination; ability to introduce the indications, contraindications, and precautions of special examinations; ability to issue physical examination instructions and explain various auxiliary examination methods.
  3. Ability to read laboratory examination items and results such as radiological examination, electrocardiogram examination, and auxiliary examination records.
  4. Ability to write laboratory examination requisition forms for various laboratory examination items such as radiological examination, electrocardiogram examination, and body fluid examination, and record examination results.

III. Disease Diagnosis 

  1. Able to understand various disease-related information, including case reports, disease course descriptions, and pathological classifications.
  2. Able to inquire about the onset process, medication history, disease progression, treatment history, etc.; able to explain the clinical significance of laboratory test results, diagnostic criteria, diagnostic approaches, and the necessity of special protection and isolation.
  3. Able to read medical documents such as laboratory test results, disease course records, case analysis reports, etc.
  4. Able to write patient condition reports, including information obtained from medical history and laboratory tests.

IV. Clinical Operations

  1. Able to understand symptom descriptions, pathogenesis, test results analysis, and operation instructions.
  2. Able to explain diagnostic criteria, treatment principles, treatment plans, precautions, special preoperative preparations, and surgical principles.
  3. Able to read medical documents such as report cards, consultation records, discharge summaries, surgical records, death records, etc.
  4. Able to write prescriptions, admission notes, ward round records, case analysis reports, discharge summaries, and other relevant medical documents.

V. Treatment Plan Discussion

  1. Able to understand inquiries and explanations related to disease treatment methods and treatment effects.
  2. Able to introduce disease progression, the relationship between pathology and disease, medication history, and precautions, and explain treatment principles and methods, expected treatment effects, medical risks, and precautions. Able to consult with experts on special diseases and seek opinions widely to jointly discuss treatment plans.
  3. Able to read relevant materials on various diseases and learn about multiple treatment plans and treatment effects.
  4. Able to write treatment plans, consultation records, surgical records, and other relevant medical documents.

Ⅵ. Development of Diagnosis and Treatment Plan

  1. Able to understand relevant inquiries and explanations regarding the diagnosis and treatment plan.
  2. Able to explain the basic ideas, diagnostic and treatment methods, scheduling, and precautions of the diagnosis and treatment plan.
  3. Able to read relevant documents regarding the diagnosis and treatment plan of diseases.
  4. Able to write medical documents related to the diagnosis and treatment plan, such as medical reports and treatment plans.

Ⅶ. Disease Prevention

  1. Able to understand inquiries and introductions regarding disease prevention, medical care, and medical knowledge.
  2. Able to explain the symptoms, hazards, prevention, treatment, transmission routes, and development of diseases and complications, and provide health education on disease prevention and prognosis.
  3. Able to read documents such as disease prevention brochures.
  4. Able to write prevention recommendations for common diseases and daily protection precautions.

Ⅷ. Interpersonal Communication

  1. Able to understand conversations and dialogues related to daily communication scenes in the hospital.
  2. Able to inquire about relevant information and conditions, and express instructions and treatment recommendations.
  3. Able to read written materials such as prompts and signs in daily communication scenes in the hospital.
  4. Able to write relevant written materials in daily communication scenes in the hospital, including medical advice.

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