We give them out a week ahead as homework problems, then discuss them. The problems utilize one of the Clinical Calculators developed by Robert Hamm at OklahomaState, but they can also be done by hand.
Problem sets from 1999 include strep throat, PSA, pheochromocytoma testing (for HTN), breast cancer.
2000 Problem sets include TB skin testing, Pap smears, H. Pylorii.
These sets take a LOT of work to find relevant prevalences (or incidences for a ballpark rate, if prevalences are not available). Residents or students who do the sets should have a much better understanding of the disease process, as well as better diagnostic strategies."