The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) - the Fellowship Clinical Exam - is a clinical test held over two consecutive days.
The examination will consist of a variety of clinical stations based on scenarios that candidates would expect to see as part of their work in the Emergency Department.
Each of the 12 OSCE stations are 11 minutes' duration. This will include four minutes of reading time, followed by seven minutes of assessment.
There will be at least one of the following stations:
- History taking
- Physical examination
- A challenging communication station: patient/relative/staff member
- Resus Standardised Case-Based Discussion
- Teaching/advice to junior staff
- Standardised Case-Based Discussion
For a more detailed summary of what to expect on the day of your exams please refer to the Educational Resources on eLearning.