Management refers to the appropriateness of the treatment plan, including prognosis, follow-up, and the ability to manage complications. Other important components of management that may be evaluated are communication, professionalism, and systems-based practice competencies. Candidates are required to:

  • Provide a safe and effective plan for medical and/or surgical management of patients with the conditions depicted or described, including possible alternatives and/or the proper referral of the patient.
  • Recognize potential complications of proposed treatments including surgery and make accurate inferences regarding the expected outcomes and prognosis.
  • Be able to communicate the management plan in a clear and ethical manner, which may include explaining how information is communicated to the patient or family.

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