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Program Overview
Learning Objectives

Clinical Cases uncovered

Test yourself with real-life scenario's that help you rehearse clinical practice.
Each month a new case becomes available to test your knowledge.


EHA would like to express their sincere gratitute to Shaun McCann as course lead and giving us the opportunity to develop Clinical Cases Uncovered online. The realization of this e-course would not have been possible without him.

Test yourself with real-life scenario's that help you rehearse clinical practice.This quiz contains open questions. After choosing your answer, click the button “send your answer” at the bottom of the screen. After you have done this, feedback to the question will appear. 

The forum attached to this quiz will be open up until 4 weeks after publication.

The contents of this program are compiled out of the book 'Clinical Cases Uncovered' by Shaun McCann. Please note that the cases are fictitious and any similarity to any patient, living or deceased, is coincidental.

Clinical Cases Uncovered: Case 1
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