Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs) have been used worldwide in medical education for nearly 40 years. They attempt to measure important medical competencies that are not easily assessable on multiple-choice examinations including:
Many pitfalls exist in the design and execution of OSCEs, potentially limiting the effectiveness of the evaluation — and putting course and program directors in the position of having to defend using a “subjective” examination for high-stakes testing.
This two-day workshop will provide an in-depth introduction to the OSCEs. Topics will include the use of patients and actors, the development of OSCE blueprints, and the essential elements comprising an effective OSCE station.
Come learn from those who have refined the OSCE development and implementation process. All attendees will develop and leave with usable OSCE stations.
"The presenters were wonderful. Truly the material they had put together was fantastic information and a wealth of knowledge."
— OSCEs workshop attendee
Approved for 17 hours of AAPA Category 1 CME
Breakfast and lunch are included for both days.
You'll also be provided with a full workbook containing all presentations and supplemental information and resources.
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