Clinical case reports make an amazing teaching tool for healthcare professionals. They tend to be short and often the first type of manuscript published by most medical students and the residents. Putting together a well written clinical case report requires understanding the components and following the specific style of the targeted journal. This also requires meticulous history taking, proper differential diagnosis, clinical evidences (Lab reports, imaging studies, etc) and the outcome of interventions with lesson learned.
We will utilize various published case reports in peer reviewed journal (by the faculty member him/herself as well as others) to highlight the components of a well written report, rare diseases an unusual presentation of known cases, and thus will help in their practice.