OSCE Revision for the Final FRCEM

ISBN : 9780198856580

Rachel Goss; Emma McMaster; Stephanie Rennie
344 Pages
156 x 234 mm
Pub date
Sep 2021
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A comprehensive guide to the Final FRCEM examination, OSCE Revision for the Final FRCEM covers over 100 topics in emergency medicine. It is mapped to the curriculum for the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, and is structured by the domains in the syllabus. Ideal for helping you practice in pairs or groups, each topic starts with a clinical situation for the candidate, instructions for an actor or revision buddy, and a mark sheet so you can score yourself effectively against the FRCEM criteria. Each question contains a pie chart to demonstrate how the marks will be assigned so you know where to focus your efforts. Topics include learning points so you can learn about the nuances of the stations and improve your answer next time. References to guidelines or evidence-based rules are included to further your study. Written by a team of authors who have successfully passed their FRCEM examination, OSCE Revision for the Final FRCEM will give you all the essential tips, insights, and guidance you need for thorough exam preparation.


2 History and management
3 Examinations
4 Teaching
5 Practical skills and procedures
6 Communication
7 Resuscitation scenarios
8 Psychiatry scenarios
9 Management scenarios

About the author: 

Dr Rachel Goss graduated from University College London in 2008 and completed an undergraduate BSc in Therapeutic Radiography prior to this. She completed her foundation years and emergency medicine training in the South West of England. She is currently working as an EM consultant in New Brunswick, Canada with additional roles including Director of Quality Improvement and Knowledge Translation, and Assistant Professor at Dalhousie University. These roles allow her to teach regularly at the medical school and supervise within the residency program. She is particularly interested in trauma, resuscitation, paediatrics, and quality improvement.; After completing a degree in Biomedical Sciences and a Masters in Human Nutrition from the University of Sheffield, Dr Emma McMaster completed a graduate entry Medicine degree at Warwick Medical school. Her foundation training was undertaken in the West Midlands before completing her training in Emergency Medicine in the South West. She is currently working as an EM Consultant at University Hospital Plymouth, a busy Major Trauma Centre where she works as a Clinical Governance and Safety lead and a Deputy Service Line Director for ED.

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