This month, one of our RVTS registrars, Meryl Nicol, talks about how you can use everyday examples from your daily practice to sharpen your clinical reasoning skills in preparation of the KFP exam – or any exam, really.

Watch the recording here:

Meryl mentions using Compare and Contrast Tables. You can find out more about these from this previous blog post on Clinical Reasoning, and a link to a blank template for your use is attached.

The flowchart that is discussed is below.

If you have any more tips on preparing for the KFP, please share them in the comments.


Compare and Contrast Table Template