HAVING YOUR MEDICAL STUDENT OSCES SOON?
WE GET YOUR STRUGGLES
- Are you having troubles knowing how to start preparing for your OSCES?
- Are you struggling to tackle OSCE stations with a structured framework so you could come across as a confident doctor?
- Are you having difficulty finding time to write practice OSCE Stations that cover high yield OSCE topics?
WHY OSCE FRAMEWORKS?
FRESH PERSPECTIVES FROM A GROUP OF JUNIOR DOCTORS
- There are endless resources out there that focuses on medical knowledge: including university lectures, reputable databases and online multiple choice databases (like AMBOSS or PASTEST)
- However, we found that having clinical knowledge by itself often doesn't translate to good performance in the OSCE stations.
- We have worked with many medical students that failed their OSCES and often they have sound clinical knowledge but struggle to communicate this knowledge to the examiner
- After trialing systems after systems to help our colleages, we found that it is how you convey the knowledge that is equally as important as clinical knowledge and it is often overlooked
- We searched extensively and found that there were virtually no resources that took us through a structured system and essential mindsetting that is required for success. And so, OSCE Frameworks was created.
THE THREE-STEP SYSTEM
SYSTEMATICALLY PREPARE FOR ANY OSCE TOPIC
- Develop a structured FRAMEWORK
- Build and consolidate medical KNOWLEDGE
- APPLICATION of framework and knowledge with effective practice
TIPS FROM HIGH ACHIEVERS - INCLUDING THE VALEDICTORIAN OF OUR COHORT
- By speaking to many high achievers who have obtained full marks in several OSCE stations in the actual exam, we began to identify common themes and keys to success - having a good mindset and approach is vital according to the students who have excelled in the OSCES
- Within our study group of four, we have worked closely together - meeting up almost weekly to practice together.
- With the right system and mindset, we are proud to have one of our group members emerge as the valedictorian of our cohort - having the highest aggregate mark across all the academic years of our degree. You are in safe hands speaking of high standards!
Hugo is a Junior Doctor from Western Australia. He has strong passion in education. in 2014, he has created an educational program helping Intern Pharmacists pass their written examination. To date, he has helped over 1000 Intern Pharmacists in Australasia. During his final year of medical studies, he found the preparation for the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCEs) very challenging. The amount of content was overwhelming and he didn't know where to start. Together with a few colleagues, they developed a structured way of studying, resulting in good overall results among all group members. He wishes to continue his passion for education and pass on the preparation process before he forgets what it is like to prepare for this immense examination!