OSCE Aid Course

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Calling all Final Years! OSCE-Aid Finals Revision 2017 Courses:

Sunday 15th January (1 day) 08:30 – 18:30

Saturday 11th February (1 day) 08:30 – 18:30

Location: The Education Centre, Whittington Hospital, Archway.

Our team of junior doctors will improve your examination style, enhance your interpretation of physical signs, and develop your presentation skills. The day is split into half a day of fast-paced lectures covering common cases for your long OSCE and half a day of small-group workshops covering important topics for your short station OSCE. Book your ticket today here or search ‘OSCE Aid’ on Eventbrite

Early bird tickets £40 (book before 18.12.2016)

Tickets otherwise £50

*Buy with a friend and receive £10 off of each ticket!* OSCE-Aid (www.osce-aid.co.uk) is a free website for your OSCE revision.

FY1 Ready Course

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FY1 Ready Course is a simulation-based course for final year students on preparing to be a Foundation Doctor, common pitfalls and how to avoid them.

It will be held on Saturday 21st January 2017 10.00 to 16.30 at the Star Centre, Harefield Hospital

The Course Fee is £25 and is limited to 12 applicants only
Apply online here.

Finals Revision Day – Feb 2017

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The Royal Society of Medicine are hosting a Clinical Investigations Day for Finals on Saturday 11th February. Find out more on the poster below.

MPS Final Year Neurology Revision Course

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The 4th annual one-day revision course in neurology is now open for registration. The course covers neurological examination for finals and the clinical signs encountered. It will be on Saturday 28th January 2017 at the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery in Queen Square, London. It is free and kindly sponsored by MPS. If you’re interested, you can sign up at https://goo.gl/qpU2MZ or email finalsneurology@gmail.com for more information.

OSCE Aid Course

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OSCE-Aid is a free and widely-used revision platform aimed at guiding clinical medical students through their OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination). It contains a vast collection of revision materials for medical students including OSCE station guides, common case presentations, communication skill notes and podcasts. It has been written by doctors for their future colleagues. OSCE-Aid.co.uk now receives over 9,000 visits per month and has more than 1,300 registered users.

Since 2013 we have also been running revision courses and have tutored circa 400 students thus far. Our peer-led one-day courses provide lectures and workshops focused on the important aspects of clinical examinations and communication skills. Our courses receive consistently excellent feedback from our students.