Main teaching activities will include trial OSCEs/Sims and coaching for deliberate practice. For more information about the ins and outs of the course – click here. As of March 2017 unfortunately our March, April and June courses are full (the maximum is only 12 people per course). The waiting list for our courses is currently open – register by filling in the form above…
- The cost is 500 dollars per person – there are only 12 slots on each course
- Payments (after confirmation of a place through firstname.lastname@example.org) should be completed at the Westmead Medical Research Foundation Website. Details will be send for how to pay once you are offered a place…
Faculty and oversight of the course will include FACEMs, examiners and candidates who have recently passed the OSCE Exam.
The faculty (which overall outnumbers participants 2:1) will try to look after you on the day by providing refreshments and several breaks. We will be accessible for chats about anything on your mind during and after the course.
We want to improve this course and our teaching methods. To this end, we invite your to feedback about your experience of course either given in person, in writing or via the survey monkey pre-course and post-course surveys.
As a disclaimer, we cannot guarantee to have the same opinion as your future OSCE examiner(s) but will give feedback based on our experience in simulation and education.
Debriefing and Feedback
Debriefs will use either the ‘GAS’ (gather/analyse/summarise) or ‘PEARLS’ approach and video feedback will be used. The faculty’s aim will be to provide systematic, specific quality feedback. They will not be seeking to ‘impart knowledge’ or ‘fix’ you as the learner.
To ensure ‘high quality’ our facilitators will be pre-briefed, use cognitive aids and also be receiving feedback themselves on the feedback and debriefing they provide.
Free OSCE Debriefing Template – CLICK HERE
This course will assume knowledge of the latest teaching in advanced life support, clinical guidelines and the management of common emergencies. Therefore, the focus on the days (and of the pre-course materials) will be on performance, non-technical skills and fine tuning rather than lecturing on specific areas of ‘medical expertise‘
Before attending the course
- Watch Dr Cliff Reid: ‘Making Things Happen’
- Watch Dr Amy Cuddy ‘TED talk’
- Briefly read through the short pre-course manual – CLICK HERE
- Complete a survey monkey short questionnaire – CLICK HERE
On the day
- Wear what you would wear to the OSCE? (i.e. scrubs or other comfortable attire)
If you have further questions do not hesitate to contact the course director Dr Khanh Nguyen (email@example.com) or our course e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org)