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4 Day OSCE Liverpool (14th Dec)

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4 Day OSCE Putney (8th Jan)

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Our new online OSCE training platform

The OSCE is a modular exam, with many different skills and themes, standardised by the NMC to reflect the abilities expected of a newly registered nurse. They are tested on communication, writing, professionalism, and infection control, as well as other skills through the APIE section.

The clinical skills section of the exam focuses on them being proficient in 10 skills, but they will be tested on any two of these on the day of the exam.

We have simplified the steps of these skills on the online programme, which they can access until their exam is taken.

We have found the feedback from all nurses and employers has been excellent. This online course has been used for 18 months and the feedback is brilliant.

Our new OSCE online course, has extra content and is far more user friendly and interactive, with many more quizzes, videos and also weekly live seminars they can join. We have a social media group on Telegram, where they can ask OSCE related questions, and hear others exam experiences.

The course will help the nurse to become familiar with the structure of the exam, the layout of the rooms and the expectations of the examiners.

We familarise the nurse with the criteria of each station covering all skills, demonstrating what they need to pass and what is a major mistake and a critical fail. We cover the different patient assessments, their typical assessment charts, care plans, drug charts and their common problems and concerns. We go through how to deal with their issues, whether general, or specific to that type of patient.

Preparation is the key to passing the OSCE and walking into the exam feeling confident, and having a system in your mind of how to approach that patient.

In our online training, each module breaks themes and content of the exam down, but is simpler to understand than the Royal Marsden Clinical Skills handbook

Everything in the training is in-line with the NMC/ Royal Marsden Clinical Skills handbook guidelines.

We created an online training platform for nurses taking the OSCE, so they could prepare before entering the country and also when here in advance of training. It means that they can practice extensively beforehand, and then come to training with a good amount of knowledge and sense of what the exam is really about, maximising the time we have for practice rather than teaching.

The quizzes throughout help them to test their knowledge and the method of assessment and documentation etc. is repeatedly demonstrated and assessed. They will have access to the course until their exam and it is great way to kick-start their programme of revision, with most nurses requiring a month or more to prepare for the exam.

Many professionally made videos demonstrate the skills, and ease the nurse’s understanding.

The course is designed to reduce time spent reading unnecessarily lengthy texts on irrelevant scenarios, and extended assessment skills not required in the OSCE.

The course will prepare nurses to tackle the exam in a systematic approach, with main themes being repeatedly taught and assessed.

Critical failure points are focussed on, with nurses given exposure to actual scenarios in the OSCE, rather than example ones.

Common problems are highlighted and quizzes to ensure nurses are retaining and understanding vital parts of the exam.

Access the course at www.osceonline.co.uk choose the course you want now or choose the complete bundle to save money.

The online training comes as part of our classroom and virtual training, to purchase these please email us at enquiries@mynurseslife.com

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OSCE training platform