NAC-OSCE Study Group – Thursday Evenings
June 10, 2021 - August 26, 2021
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) Study Group assists Internationally Trained Physicians in preparing for the National Assessment Collaboration (NAC). The competencies and the objectives for the NAC OSCE are reviewed and the expectations of a PGY1 resident are outlined for the different case scenarios presented. The sessions focus on taking an organized history, clinical knowledge and skills, physical exam skills, the think-aloud technique, approach to the patient, ethics, professionalism, communication, and decision-making abilities.
** Proof of registration will be required to register and can be sent to Monica (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The moderator is Samina Noor, a member of AIMGA who has experience with NAC-OSCE preparation and teaching.
The online sessions will be on Thursdays: June 10th to August 26th.
The program objectives are:
to understand the exam objectives, format, and assessment criteria;
to increase clinical knowledge, decision-making, and management across a broad range of cases through discussion on current evidence, practice, and feedback;
to review specific tasks such as case presentations, interpreting of results based on expected formats;
to enhance communication, cultural and language skills relative to patient-centered care and the Canadian context; and
to familiarize oneself with time frames allotted for demonstrating competencies
Please contact Monica (email@example.com) with any questions.
Currently 25 of 25 spaces have been booked for this program.
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This program is fully booked.