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Finals OSCE series - Cranial Nerves Examination

6th Mar 2024
7:00 - 8:00pm (GMT)
6th Mar 2024
7:00 - 8:00pm (GMT)
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Mind The Bleep OSCE Series

The Mind The Bleep OSCE Series consists of 5 sessions covering cardiology, respiratory, gastroenterology, upper & lower limb neurology and cranial nerve examinations. It’s directed towards medical students, especially those with final year OSCEs around the corner!

Each session will cover examinations step-by-step and relevant clinical findings. During each session, there will be cases to practise interpretation of findings and formulation of management plans. We hope this OSCE series provides you more confidence examining patients, improves your interpretation of examination findings and leaves you feeling more prepared for OSCEs.

Session 5

Exam: Cranial Nerves

Date: 06/03/24

Time: 7-8pm

P.S. Following this OSCE Series we hope to cover other OSCE examinations, we will ask for feedback on other OSCE examinations you’d like us to cover for future sessions.

Summary

The Mind The Bleep OSCE Series is a five-part series designed to help medical students gain confidence in carrying out examinations related to cardiology, respiratory, gastroenterology, upper & lower limb neurology, and cranial nerve examinations. It's especially useful for those preparing for final year OSCEs, offering step-by-step guides to each examination and discussion of relevant clinical findings. The final session of the series, taking place on 28th February, focuses on the examination of the Cranial Nerves. Participants will have the chance to practice interpreting findings and formulating management plans. Join us to enhance your examination skills and feel more prepared for upcoming OSCEs.
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Learning objectives

1. To understand and correctly perform the steps involved in cranial nerves examination. 2. To identify abnormal cranial nerve findings and be able to interpret their clinical significance. 3. To enhance diagnostic skills through the interpretation of varied cranial nerve examination cases. 4. To develop comprehensive management plans based on cranial nerve examination findings. 5. To gain confidence in performing cranial nerve examinations and be adequately prepared for related OSCE stations.
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6th Mar 2024
7:00 - 8:00pm (GMT)
Hosted on MedAll
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