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HEPATITIS A OET Speaking Roleplay Script

Patient
Your preparation time is over. You can now start your role-play. Don’t worry if I stop you when the time is up.

Nurse
Good evening. My name is Narso Andrew. One of the nurses working in the community health center. How may I help you today?

Patient
Good morning. I have been feeling unwell for a few days. Please, I need some medical attention.

Nurse
Sure. Don’t panic. We are here to help you. Before proceeding further, I need to know your name for the documentation purpose.

Patient
My name is Patience Patricia.

Nurse
Thank you Patricia. Well, for my better understanding. Could you please tell me in detail about your symptoms?

Patient
My symptoms include mild fever, tiredness, nausea and vomiting.

Nurse
Sorry to hear that Patricia. To confirm. Have you noticed any more symptoms other than these?

Patient
Oh, yes Nurse. In addition, I have noticed that my eyes have a yellowish tinge. Also, my urine is dark.

Nurse
All right Patricia. Can you recognize any reason for your current situation?

Patient
Well nurse, I have recently returned from a holiday in some Asian countries, and I wonder if this could be the cause of my condition.

Nurse
Thank you for your information Patricia. From your information, your conditions are suspicious of hepatitis A. However, to confirm the diagnosis, you will need to perform blood tests, including liver function tests.

Patient
Oh, really?

Nurse
Yes Olivia. And for confirmation. Haven’t you taken any precautions during your trip?

Patient
Nurse, I am a frequent traveler, and I am always careful. Although, while I was on holiday, I stayed in first-class hotels and took precautions such as drinking bottled water only and avoiding local food.

Nurse
I acknowledge your words Patricia. You should contact your GP immediately and get the appropriate treatment for your condition.

Patient
Actually nurse, I am visiting the local community health clinic today because my GP is on holiday, and the locum who is replacing him is fully booked for the next few days.

Nurse
I understand your situation Patricia. The local community health clinic has its limitations in providing the necessary treatment for your condition.

Patient
Nurse, What else can be done? Please help.

Nurse
I feel so sorry for you. For better treatment, I recommend contacting your regular GP’s receptionist. Then, explain the situation in detail. Thus, the GP’s receptionist can make a request that would be fitted in to see the locum as soon as possible.

Patient
Okay. I will contact the GP’s receptionist.

Nurse
That’s perfect. Do I need to address any more of your concerns?

Patient
Well nurse, I am a person who takes care of things very carefully, and still this happens to me. I can’t believe this.

Nurse
Your situation is quite sensible for me Patricia, and I appreciate your better understanding. I will explain it to you.

Patient
Since I am a frequent traveler, that will be very helpful Nurse.

Nurse
Yes Patricia. Hepatitis C is a virus. Therefore, it can spread through contaminated food and water. Eating utensils and poor hygiene practices.

Patient
Oh, I see.

Nurse
Moreover, it is more common in developing countries than in Australia. So do not be overanxious that the situation has happened to you. It is not because of your carelessness.

Patient
Okay, I get your words Nurse.

Nurse
Do you have any other concerns?

Patient
I would like to know about the treatment options available for hepatitis C.

Nurse
People with hepatitis C are considered infectious for a week after the onset of jaundice. Proper rest management of nausea, along with medication compliance, is an effective way of treatment. Hence, care should be taken to prevent the complications of the disease.

Patient
Okay.

Nurse
Beyond that, treatment should begin at the earliest. To be on the safer side and for a faster recovery.

Patient
Okay nurse, I will take care of it. And how long will it take for a complete recovery?

Nurse
Your concerns are quite natural. The usual duration of the illness is about one month to recover fully. However, the complications will not last long. So try not to panic.

Patient
Okay, Nurse.

Nurse
I hope I have cleared all your concerns. Please feel free to contact me for further queries. I wish you a speedy recovery.

Patient
Thank you, nurse. That is the end of your only speaking role-play. All the best.

Nurse
Thank you.

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