Clinical Communication Skills – 2-Station LIVE Mock OSCE
Test Your Communication SkillsWe use professional patient actors in our live Mock OSCEs and they will be visible during the OSCE via webcam. You will be required to interact with them based on the scenarios below.
Presenting ComplaintThe patient is a lawyer working in the city and has been complaining of a sore throat for the last two days. They are very upset about the pain and want you to prescribe them antibiotics.
TaskCandidate must take a focused history and negotiate a treatment plan.
Presenting ComplaintYou prescribed the patient Augmentin earlier this morning for pyelonephritis, without realising they are allergic to this medication. They did not develop a severe reaction but are now complaining of a rash and are very angry.
TaskCandidate must speak to the patient and address their concerns.
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.