Sign up for the 2014 Finals revision course

OSCE-Aid is going live! The OSCE-Aid team has developed an interactive one day Finals revision course to help you through your studies for your medical school exams. We will be using our carefully constructed revision resources to improve your examination style, enhance your interpretation of physical signs, and develop your presentation skills.

Want to know the top 5 reasons to register for the course?

  1. It has been developed by London junior doctors, for junior doctors-to-be
  2. It gives you the opportunity to practice key OSCE stations
  3. It has been created to run alongside our free online OSCE revision resources
  4. It is run by friendly and experienced junior doctors
  5. It is free to register and free to attend!

The course is held over one day in order to maximise your learning and minimise the disruption to your already packed revision schedule. The day will be split between 'Common Cases' lectures covering the signs and syndromes seen in Finals stations, and the 'Short Station Circuit' where you will be given opportunity to examine and present to our trained tutors. Of course, the day will end with a round up and an open 'question and answer' session, where you can fire those burning questions at our tutors. Have a look at our provisional programme here.

When and where

There are two dates for the 2014 course:

  • Whittington Hospital: Saturday 12th April 2014, 09:00 - 17:15

  • North Middlesex Hospital: Saturday 26th April 2014, 09:00 - 17:15

How do I register?

Registration for the course couldn't be easier. Email us at: with your name, university, and your preferred location/date. Please note, we can only accept registration for yourself; please do not attempt to register multiple people from one email address. Places are limited, and registration to the course implies that you will be attending on the day.

We have limited numbers of places and allocation will be first come, first served. Register now to secure your place.

Provisional programme

You will be allocated to one of two groups, to create small interactive groups with more time to spend with your tutors. Programme below is subject to change.

Team A

Team B

09:00 - Registration

09:30 - Respiratory long station

10:00 - Cardiology long station

10:30 - Abdominal long station

11:00 - Break

11:15 - Neurological long station

11:45 - Surgical long station

12:15 - Orthopaedic long station

12:45 - Epidemiology

13:15 - Lunch

13:45 - Short station circuit (x6)

17:15 - End with Q&A and feedback

09:00 - Registration

09:30 - Short station circuit (x6)

13:00 - Lunch

13:30 - Respiratory long station

14:00 - Cardiology long station

14:30 - Abdominal long station

15:00 - Break

15:15 - Neurological long station

15:45 - Surgical long station

16:15 - Orthopaedic long station

16:45 - Epidemiology

17:15 - End with Q&A and feedback

The team

The OSCE-Aid course tutor team is made up of junior doctors from the North Central Thames Deanery. Most have graduated from London medical schools within the past 5 years, and all have a keen interest in medical education. For more details about our tutor team, please visit our team page.

written by: joel_cunningham, first posted on: 23/03/14, 13:30


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