ORE Part 2: Diagnosis & Treatment Planning
A one day revision course encompassing some of the designated scenarios for the Diagnosis & Treatment Planning element of the ORE Part 2 examination, and providing the opportunity for students to undertake some of the OSCE scenarios and receive feedback upon their performance.
One full day.
6.5 hours verifiable CPD.
6 August 2015
1 September 2015
6 October 2015
17 November 2015
15 December 2015
Aims and objectives
The course aims to give participants a better understanding of the Diagnosis & Treatment Planning component of the ORE Part 2 examination by discussing all the areas of this examination and practicing different cases. The course provides participants with specific training from experienced staff who have all passed the ORE examinations themselves.
Participants should improve thier confidence and learn exam techniques that should help them to successfully pass this element of the ORE Part 2 examination.
All teachers on the Institute's courses are experienced professionals. All participants are asked to submit written feedback via a questionnaire at the end of the course, which is used to monitor the course's quality of teaching and value for money.
Teaching and assessment
The course is delivered through lecture, discussion and exam practice.
Dr Erika Spyer is the Course Leader.
- Introductory lecture
- Group discussion of cases
- Individual consideration of cases
- Student verbal presentation
Students will be required to use different coloured paper for the different elements of the examination. Feedback will be provided.
To start the course on 6 August 2015, book your place by 24 July 2015.
To start the course on 1 September 2015, book your place by 18 August 2015.
To start the course on 6 October 2015, book your place by 22 September 2015.
To start the course on 17 November 2015, book your place by 3 November 2015.
To start the course on 15 December 2015, book your place by 1 December 2015.
Participants should have already passed the ORE Part 1 examination.
How to book
Prospective participants should book online through UCL's Online Store. Before doing so, please ensure you have reviewed the above information. Full payment is required up front to reserve a place. Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis.
What happens next
Once you have completed your purchase through the Online Store, you will receive an email confirming your booking. The Course Administrator will send you a further email confirming arrival time and location.
Miss Marjorie Kelly
+44 (0)20 7905 1234