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What does the assessment goals of children with mental health problems involve?, What are the parts of the assessment of children with mental health problems?, What are the parts of the assessment of adolescents with mental health problems?, What investigations would you order for a child patient with mental health problems?, What are the main psychiatric disorders common during childhood, & adolescence?, What are the basic developmental themes of infancy, & the pre-school years (0-5)?, What are the clinical features of failure to thrive in early childhood (0-5)?, What are the clinical features of functional enuresis in early childhood (0-5)?, What are the clinical features of functional encopresis in early childhood (0-5)?, What are the clinical features of developmental disability in early childhood (0-5)?, What are the clinical features of autism?, What are the clinical features of Asperger’s disorder?, What are the basic developmental tasks of primary school-age children (6-12)?, What are the descriptions, common presentations, and treatments of the following disorders: generalised anxiety disorder, panic disorder, separation anxiety disorder, single, and social phobias, and obsessive compulsive disorder?, What are the therapeutic processes involved in the cognitive behaviour therapy of childhood anxiety disorders?

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What are the presenting symptoms, and signs of cervical nerve root entrapment?, What are the three main causes of spinal cord compression?, What is the radiological anatomy of the cervical spine, and why is it important to discover cervical nerve pathology early?, What are the symptoms or signs of spinal cord compression?, What are the causes, and clinical features of subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH)?, Why should all cases of SAH be referred urgently for a neurosurgical management?, What is the difference between primary, & secondary headache?, What are some causes of primary and secondary headaches?, What are the clinical features for a tension type headache?, What are the clinical features for a migraine (without aura) headache?, What are the clinical features for a migraine (aura) headache?, What are the clinical features for a cluster headache?, What are the clinical features of secondary headaches that are emergencies?, What are the clinical features of a headache that would raise a “red flag”?, What are the symptoms, & signs suggestive of raised intracranial pressure?

What is glaucoma?, What are risk factors for glaucoma?, What are the two types of glaucoma?, What is the difference between open, & closed angle glaucoma?, What are the differential diagnoses of vision loss?, What is the management of normal tension open angle glaucoma?, What are the key symptoms, and signs of acute angle closure glaucoma?, What are the two distinct mechanisms by which diabetes mellitus causes vision loss, and blindness?, What are risk factors that indicate a great need to screen for retinopathy in diabetic patients?, What is the action of photocoagulation in treatment of patients with proliferative diabetic retinopathy?, What are the eye manifestations of thyroid disease?, What is the definition of dry eyes, and what are factors contributing to this?, How is keratoconjunctivitis sicca diagnosed?, What is the management of keratoconjunctivitis sicca?, What are four possible eye diagnoses which are linked to rheumatoid arthritis?

What are typical causes of traumatic injury to the eye?, What are common patterns of penetrating injury to the eye?, What are the components of the history of a patient with a penetrating eye injury?, What are the components of the examination of a patient with a penetrating eye injury?, What is the management of a hyphaema?, What is the management of a corneal abrasion?, What is the management of a corneal foreign body?, What is the management of a ruptured globe?, What is the management of vitreous or retinal pathology?, What is the management of an orbital floor blow-out fracture?, What are the indications for urgent ophthalmologist referral?, What are the clinical features of the history that distinguish between viral, bacterial, & allergic conjunctivitis?, What are the clinical features of the physical examination that distinguish between viral, bacterial, & allergic conjunctivitis?, What are the common pathogens involved in bacterial ocular infections?, What is the non-drug treatment of various types of ocular infections?

What are the four main risk factors for HIV infection?, What are the key points that need to be covered in pre-HIV test counselling?, What are the key points that need to be covered in post-HIV test counselling?, What is the breaking bad news mnemonic?, What are the two exceptions to confidentiality relating to a HIV result within the legal framework of Australia?, What are the surrogate makers used to HIV viraemia, & what are the diagnostic tests?, What are the baseline investigations for newly diagnosed HIV infection?, What are the broad categories of antiretroviral therapy, and which categories are associated with less resistance?, What are some examples of NRTIs, and what are five side effects?, What are some examples of NNRTIs, and what are five side effects?, What are some examples of PIs, and what are five side effects?, What are some examples of CCR5 antagonists, and what are five side effects?, What are some examples of integrase inhibitors (INSTIs), and what are five side effects?, What are the two main conditions that are recommended for commencement of antiretroviral therapy?, What are the different opportunistic infections that are associated with the different levels of immunosuppression in HIV infection?

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