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“There is no field of medicine in which history taking is not essential” — Physical diagnosis: the history and examination of the patient by John A. Prior

“There is no field of medicine in which history taking is not essential” — Physical diagnosis: the history and examination of the patient by John A. Prior

Module 7 Description

Module 7 explores the ideas and concepts behind OSCEs, and the expectations of the assessment as well as assessment checklists, and examiner expectations with tips & strategies to the OSCE from the beginning to the end of cases (i.e. from interpreting the door sign to responding to examiner questions). Exam-taking strategies and techniques are presented so test-takers can demonstrate their communication and clinical skills confidently during an OSCE.

How will Module 7 benefit me?

  • Develop strategies and techniques to communicate confidently during an OSCE
  • Learn common approaches to a variety of OSCE scenarios
  • Learn what to look for on a station door sign and to take notes to help you
  • Learn to take notes that count, and how to use them
  • Learn the importance of time management
  • Become familiar with the “think aloud” technique for physical exams
  • Learn to look out for cultural traps and pitfalls in OSCE scenarios
  • Enhance your medical interview skills in terms of taking a focused history and conducting a focused physical exam
  • Learn how to best respond to examiner questions at the end of the interview
  • Develop awareness of the importance of differential diagnosis

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