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Finals OSCE series - Upper and Lower Limb Neuro Examinations

28th Feb 2024
7:00 - 8:00pm (GMT)
28th Feb 2024
7:00 - 8:00pm (GMT)
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*THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO 28/02/24*

This is due to unforeseen circumstances and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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.

Dates are listed below, hope you’re able to make it!

Session 1

Exam: Cardiology

Date: 31/01/24

Time: 7-8pm

Session 2

Exam: Respiratory

Date: 07/02/24

Time: 7-8pm

Session 3

Exam: Gastroenterology

Date: 15/02/24

Time: 7-8pm

Session 4

Exam: Upper & Lower Limb Neuro

Date: 21/02/24

Time: 7-8pm

Session 5

Exam: Cranial Nerves

Date: 28/02/24

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

Join us on the Mind the Bleep OSCE Series, a specialized medical curriculum covering five key areas: Cardiology, Respiratory, Gastroenterology, Upper & Lower Limb Neurology, and Cranial Nerve examinations. Aimed specifically at medical students preparing for their final year OSCEs, these sessions will take you through examinations in detail, discussing interpretation and management of findings. Our sessions aim to boost your confidence in patient examinations and enhance your skills and preparedness for OSCEs. Don't miss out on these sessions - book your dates now! Post series, we also plan to gauge interest in other OSCEs for future lessons.
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Learning objectives

1. By the end of the teaching session, learners should be able to confidently execute upper and lower limb neurological examinations in a systematic manner. 2. Learners should be able to interpret the clinical findings of both upper and lower limb neuro examinations, understanding the relevance of these findings within a wider clinical context. 3. Learners should be able to articulate a structured approach to conducting both upper and lower limb neurological examinations, including the order of actions, key observation points, and the relevance of each step. 4. Learners should be able to identify and describe different neurological pathologies that can be detected during an upper or lower limb neuro examination. 5. Learners should be able to formulate appropriate management plans or further diagnostic processes for different scenario cases based on their observations and findings from upper and lower limb neuro exams.
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28th Feb 2024
7:00 - 8:00pm (GMT)
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