Subject Knowledge and Understanding
The pathophysiology of endometriosis.
The pathophysiology of infective tubal disease.
The pathophysiology of adhesions formation.
The theory underpinning the management of these conditions.
The principles of pain management
Critically appraise the theories underpinning the medical and surgical treatment of endometriosis and adhesions.
Recognise endometrial and adhesive pathology.
Assess and prepare patients undergoing surgery for endometriosis and adhesions.
Assess the severity of endometriosis prior to and during surgery.
Evaluate different diagnostic and treatment strategies for the management of endometriosis and adhesions.
Select the appropriate treatment modality for surgically treating endometriosis and adhesions.
Draw on appropriate literature to reflect on clinical activity
The ability to accurately diagnose, and appropriately manage superficial endometriosis and adhesions
Key Transferable Skills
Critically appraise and integrate appropriate published work into written assignments.
To use appropriate published work to inform clinical decisions.
Communicate ideas, principles and theories effectively by oral and written means.
Use information technology, i.e. databases, word processing, and statistical packages
The ability to communicate the information learned in this module to doctors in training and teach them to be able to recognise and appropriately treat superficial endometriosis and adhesions.