Below you will find a set of resources that will help you pass the Fellowship Exam. There are videos to watch and ECG’s and ABG’s to interpret as well as images and X-rays to review. More are added regularly. Please share these with your colleagues.
The New OSCE Exam is I believe a great way to test some of those practical skills that all delegates should have. It is a mixture of history taking, clinical examination demonstration, skill demonstration and the ability take on the management of a patient in a simulated environment.
Don’t worry of you don’t have all the dance gadgets in your ED, you don’t need them to prepare for the exam. Read Below.
Below is a set of lectures on clinical examination technique, as well as a discussion on what is needed to pass the OSCE. It’s about practice and technique, about getting the speak right and seeing what you are not doing quite right. Please be in a group that is brutal about this as you need hones feedback, so you can improve.
Think about the Hand Examination. Just for One minute. Given that no real patients are used and FACEMS are standing for the clinical examination station(s), the hand is the simplest clinical exam that can be potentially mimicked by someone that knew what the symptoms were. Read the follow review.