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USMLE Step 2 CS Mnemonics Mnemonics, acronyms, reminders, and memorizing tips for the USMLE Step 2 CS Exam.


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Old 06-08-2013
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Don't forget to give a BATHE to everyone !

B: Background: “What is going on in your life?”
A: Affects the life: “ How do you feel about it ?”
T: Trouble: “What troubles(concerns) you the most about this?”
H: Handling: “How are you handling that?”
E : Empathy: “That must be very difficult for you.”
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Its seems to really help with emotional people like depressed people or what not. But asking this for everyone during the Clinical history will take some time.
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I do think this is important as outlined in the components of CIS.

My problem is how to incorporate this in the history. When do I ask this? It seems awkward asking these questions to a patient with minor complaint such as cough or fever.
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