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TJFMPC. 2015; 9(3): 125-129


REWIEVING THE SPECIFIC PROBLEM SOLVING CORE COMPETENCY OF FAMILY MEDICINE DISCIPLINE ALONG WITH A CASE

Yelda Zeliha Özer, Hatice Kurdak.

Abstract
Family medicine discipline’s core competencies, regardless of applied health system, not only provide universality of the discipline but also determine the quality of the health service. In this article, a case who had been appointed to our outpatient clinic for a health report and diagnosed as neutropenia will be discussed in the context of “specific problem solving” that is one of the family medicine core competencies.

Key words: Neutropenia, specific problem solving, low prevalence medicine, quaternary prevention



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