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OSCE examinations are compulsory for Medical students and specialist trainees. The student is led through a clinical scenario and then assessed on examination, history taking, investigation, diagnosis and management. Some students are able to practice OSCEs with a teacher acting as the patient, however not all candidates have equal/sufficient access to teachers as such a resource. This often leads to examination candidates not being prepared for the OSCE exam format, performing poorly compared with written paper examinations. The proposed book will cover an approach to passing the OSCE as well as 60 practice questions. Each case will have a sample marking scheme. After the marking scheme there will be a discussion and key points/pitfalls section
"This is a high quality practice book suitable for all trainees in obstetrics and gynaecology at both undergraduate and post graduate levels....It is obvious the team of three authors have worked hard to selevt a variety of subjects from different subspecialties appropriate for the intended level of the candidate and have done a good job in organising these subjects into sample questions." The Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Online
By Gareth Weston, Beverley Vollenhoven, Jane McNeilage, Andrea Barkhall-Thomas; Beverly Vollenhoven, MB, BS(Hons), PhD, FRANZCOG, CREI; and Jane McNeilage
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