Ten Tips for Passing the OSCE The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) has become the predominant method of assessing clinical competence. Taking an OSCE is a skill which needs to be learned. Medical curriculum provides little formal training in this area.
Rather than dealing with complex pedagogical principles, this book gives simple and practical advice on OSCEs. Ten practical tips are provided including how to get to the core objective, use of appropriate language and dealing with the standardized patient.
Clinical scenarios illustrate the main teaching points. A practice OSCE case is included for readers to apply their knowledge gained from the book.
This succinct resource will help candidates at all levels of medical training (undergraduate and postgraduate) get through their OSCEs successfully.