ORE Part 2: OSCE
A one day revision course designed to prepare participants for the ORE Part 2 OSCE examination. Participants will gain experience of skills-based OSCEs, communication OSCEs, practical and written OSCEs. A session under examination conditions will be offered and feedback will be provided to the participants.
One full day.
6.5 hours verifiable CPD.
Aims and objectives
The course aims to provide participants with:
- the opportunity to practice and prepare for the ORE Part 2 OSCE under examination conditions
- the experience of a wide variety of OSCEs including practical skills, written and communication OSCEs.
At the end of the course, participants should have learned to communicate more effectively and should have enhanced their practical skills while efficiently managing their exam time. The course should provide confidence with collecting and imparting information in a concise and clear manner while prioritising patient welfare, which is the most essential assessment of the ORE/LDS examinations.
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.
Feedback will be provided at the end of the clinical skills practice sessions and the mock examination. Areas of importance will be highlighted and advice given to overcome any identified areas of weakness.
Hand outs will be provided. Candidates are encouraged to discuss any concerns they have about the OSCE examination and guidance will be provided on an individual basis, time permitting.
Dr Perminder Badhan is the Course Leader.
- Introduction to OSCEs: what to expect in the examination
- Communication-based OSCEs: imparting and collecting information
- Skill-based OSCEs: demonstration and practice sessions
- Mock examination
- Discussion and individual feed back
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