How do I prepare for OSCEs pharmacy?

Preparing for an OSCE – 5 tips to help you face your fears

  1. Learn from previous OSCEs – but don’t let them define your next one. Always remember:
  2. Rehearse, rehearse, rehearse.
  3. Believe you are a healthcare professional.
  4. Use the reading time before each station.
  5. Watch OSCE videos on YouTube.

What does OSCE stand for in pharmacy?

objective structured clinical examinations
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How can I improve my OSCE skills?

Tips for the OSCE:

  1. Always read the instructions carefully – they differ from case to case, and are specific for a particular case.
  2. Communication should be empathic and patient-centred.
  3. History-taking must be underpinned by a safe diagnostic method.
  4. Being systematic in physical exam allows candidates to remain focused.

What does OSCE stand for?

The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)

How difficult is Pebc exam?

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How many OSCE stations are there?

Preparing for your OSCE The legacy OSCE is made up of six stations: Four stations are based around a scenario: the APIE (one station for assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation). Two stations test practical clinical skills.

How is OSCE structured?

An OSCE usually comprises a circuit of short (5-10 minutes) stations, in which each candidate is examined on a one-to-one basis with one or two impartial examiner(s) and patients who are either real or simulated (actors or electronic patient simulators).