Candidate Instructions 🧒

You are the FY1 working in GP.

Your next patient has brought a section of a scientific article and would like to ask you a number of questions.

Mrs Lively has recently been diagnosed with osteopenia due to a suspected neck of femur fracture 2 months ago. Although there was no fracture she is due to have a consultation with her rheumatologist next week with regards to her osteopenia and what can be done.

Please answer all of her questions and address any of her concerns.

Patient details:
Name: Mrs Jane Lively
Age: 68
Basic info: osteopenia, angina, hypertension, GTN spray, captopril

Station time: 5 minutes


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