The process of seeing a doctor can divided into two steps: diagnosis and treatment. The doctors need to ask patients for diagnosis, physical examination, laboratory examination in order to make a clear diagnosis. They make a comprehensive judgment on these aspects of data to determine the treatment plan, such as outpatient treatment or inpatient treatment. The consultation and communication between doctors and patients is the first step to obtain the patient's disease information and understand the occurrence and development of the disease. Therefore, the quality of patients' answers to doctors' questions and statements directly determines the efficiency and quality of treatment. Facing the crowded out-patient population, the time for doctors to communicate with each patient is very limited. Efficient communication with doctors, concise and comprehensive description of medical history, accurate answer to doctors' questions, and provision of medical history data for doctors' diagnosis are what patients most want to do. How do you want to describe the history, how do you want to answer questions, what do you want to pay attention to, do you want to know? Our course will teach students the basic content and norms of clinical doctor history collection. The students can understand what doctors will ask in the outpatient and how to ask. The student could master the skills of communicating with doctors in the clinic.