Audio Long Cases

The long case requires skills in building rapport with, questioning, and examining the patient, as well as synthesising and presenting the information obtained. The best practice will always be interacting with a ‘real’ patient. When this isn’t possible, some of the skills such as synthesising and presenting the information can be practiced in isolation.

The audio long cases are simulated patient-presented natural language cases for you to practice recording, synthesising, and then presenting verbally-received information in the ways you would do so with a patient case in practice. One of the best ways to interact with the cases is to:

The following cases are based on actual presentations but are de-identified, altered and combined, such that any resemblance to a real person is unintentional and purely coincidental. Health professionals (including medical students) are reminded of their duty of confidentiality with respect to patient information at all times.

Case 0 (pilot)

Case 1

Case 2

Case 3

Case 4

Case 5

This information is general and may not apply to you or another person. If you have any concerns about your health or the health and wellbeing of a child, consult a doctor or other healthcare professional. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on this website.