|Station||Description of competence||Task||Skills tested|
|A||Care of patients with fevers||Evaluate performance of history taking and symptom assessment||
1. History taking: medical history, drug history, travel history, and symptoms|
2. Explain the procedure for fever management and its purpose.
3. Answer questions and provide emotional support.
4. Education, including home care
|B||Medication administration||Evaluate performance of medication administration and patient education||
1. Perform 5 ‘Rights’: right drug, right route, right time, right dose, and right patient.|
2. Know medication-associated risks.
3. Know the effects: primarily intended effect, and related effects of the pharmacological properties.
4. Communicate clearly.
5. Monitor adverse effects.
6. Report errors and adverse events.
|C||Care of patients with abdominal pain||Evaluate performance of history taking, physical examination and team work||
1. Perform comprehensive assessment of abdominal pain, including location, characteristics, onset, duration, frequency, quality, intensity, severity, precipitating, and relief factors.|
2. Communicate with the interdisciplinary team.
|D||Care of patients with IVb lines||Observe administration of IV medication and monitoring of the line to ensure that it is working without complications||
1. TOUCH: check if there is a temperature change (heat or warmth), redness, or leakage at the IV site.|
2. LOOK: confirm that the IV site is dry and visible at all time.
3. COMPARE: check if there is swelling in the limb with the IV line, comparing with the opposite limb without the IV line.
4. Educate: provide information about IV care to patients and caregivers.