The Unofficial Guide to Passing OSCEs (Paperback)
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DescriptionOSCE examinations are used worldwide as a critical part of medical student assessment, yet there is often little preparation for them provided by medical schools. The Unofficial Guide to Passing OSCEs is intended to fill this gap. It includes over 100 scenarios, covering medical history taking, clinical examination, practical skills, communication skills, plus specialties, meaning that everything is covered in one place. To bring the cases to life, over 300 full color clinical photos are included, including patients with features of important diseases. It also includes clear outlines of how to relay the assessment of a patient to an examiner or to other doctors on a ward round, and model answers to common questions put to students/junior doctors in OSCEs. This book has relevance beyond examinations, for post graduate further education and as a day-to-day reference for professionals.
- Published: 01 February 2012
- Format: Paperback 292 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780957149908 ISBN 10: 0957149905
- Sales rank: 9,831
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Highly Recommended for all medical students
This is a really great book for all those students currently studying medicine. It's well-structured and has a stepwise approach to history-taking and clinical examinations in various scenarios with clear pictures of clinical signs in real patients. It's concise yet has everything, including a number of speciality subjects such as paediatrics, orthopaedics, psychiatry and others. It has a knack of tackling complex topics in not only a clear and understandable manner, but also an attractive one. Furthermore it has extremely useful information about the skills required to interpret clinical findings on ECG, X-ray, fundoscopy etc, which you will find indispensable once you start clinical years! All complimented with tit-bits of experience, tips and case-studies from a number of professionals and other medical students. by Victoria Rizzo