#FOAMed (Free Open Access Meducation)

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Selected Category: Psychiatry (1 posted):

Although this website is aimed at Psychiatry trainees, it is still relevant for much of the undergraduate Psychiatry curriculum. The website has MCQ practice questions, but I think the most useful part is the OSCE practice section (under CASC menu at the top) - it has a few really good practice scenarios with mark schemes, for both OSCE role play practice and for generally provoking discussion during revision.
posted by: joel_cunningham, on: 29/08/12, 21:43

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