Clinical Communication Skills – 7-Station LIVE Mock OSCE – 11 Nov 2022

Speaking to a patient in a Mock OSCE

Event Date:

November 11, 2022

Event Time:

2:00 pm

Location

Online

Be one of our students to participate in a Live Mock-OSCE on Mock-OSCE.com!

LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE!!

A new live Mock-OSCE will run on Friday, 11th November (2-4 PM GMT/BST UK & Ireland timezone) and will evaluate your clinical communications skills during a live video exam. You will be formatively assessed (assessment for learning), and provided with live feedback by simulated patients/actors. The exam will help you to prepare, train and test your skills for any of your real Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs). This Mock-OSCE will include 7 diverse stations.

Registrants will participate in a series of 7 live video stations, where they will be expected to perform their role as a young healthcare professional in various different scenarios. Each registrant will be scored instantly on their clinical performance (scoresheet and CanMeds 2015 competency framework) in each of the 7 stations and will get an overall exam result together with a detailed assessment form with a written summary of the feedback. Results will be sent to the email account used to register for the Mock-OSCE.

This live Mock-OSCE is designed to act as preparation for students and young professionals who have an OSCE coming up in their medical/health science school and professionals who would like to get an objective view on the current levels of their clinical practice.

 

Bonus: Participants in this Mock-OSCE will have the opportunity to receive 2 Mediview Clinical Skills booklets for FREE after filling out a post-exam survey (value €23.75 each). 

 

The patients that will need your attention on the day include:

  • Male, 24 years, has difficulty sleeping (Psychiatry)
  • Male, 45 years, enquires about ultrasound scans (Explaining Procedures)
  • Female, 21 years, appears pale after collapsing (Neurology)
  • Female, 29 years, demands antibiotics (Difficult Communications)
  • Female, 46 years, has a history of menstrual problems (Gynaecology)
  • Male, 69 years, complains of shortness of breath (Pulmonology)
  • Female, 52 years, feels dizzy (Otology)

 

After completing this Mock-OSCE, you will be:

  • Comfortable using the Calgary-Cambridge Guide to the Medical Interview across a range of patient encounters.
  • Able to match your personalised feedback to your performance at each station to help you improve your communication skills when dealing with patients:
    • What went well
    • What can be improved
  • To verify your cut-off/pass score for either YR 1 (pre-clinical 40% – 50% pass score), YR 2 (pre-clinical 50% – 60% pass score), YR 3 (pre-/clinical 60% – 70% pass score), YR 4 (70% – 80% pass score) or YR 5 ( 80% plus pass score).
  • Will know the value of Mock-OSCE in gaining confidence in your communication skills.

 

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Event FAQs

Where will the Mock OSCE take place?

The Mock OSCE will take place online, in your browser, at a URL location that will be sent to you by e-mail after registration. You must access this URL on the day of the exam and login using your credentials.

Can I access the Mock OSCE on any device?

For accessing Qpercom, the platform we use to facilitate the Mock OSCEs, we recommend using Google Chrome. Chrome is free to download and easy to install. If you already have Chrome installed to use Qpercom please ensure: - Your browser is updated to the latest version - You allow permissions within your browser for your camera and microphone - When you first login to use the Qpercom virtual assessment option you will be asked for permission to use your camera and microphone. We recommend that you login to do this ahead of your assessment, you will be able to do this as soon as you have your login information, this will help the assessment run smoothly on the day and help you to familiarise yourself with the layout. Our stand alone scoring assessment solutions are accessible on all browsers that follow W3C web standards so that includes Safari, Firefox, Edge, Opera and Chrome and excludes Internet Explorer which has never followed W3C standards

Location

  • Online

OSCE Schedule Details

  • November 11, 2022 2:00 pm   -   4:00 pm
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