OSCE_SIM_Paed Drowning

  OSCE NAME: Paediatric Drowning Single Length Station – 3 mins reading time, 7 min station   SUBJECT AND CURRICULUM REFERENCE Medical Expertise Prioritisation and Decision Making Communication Teamwork and Collaboration   CLINICAL SCENARIO STEM A 4 yearold boy has been brought into the resuscitation bay in PEA cardiac arrest after being found submerged in the backyard pool for a maximum of 2-3 minutes. Effective CPR and administration of appropriate dru...
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OSCE_SIM_Asthma

  OSCE: ASTHMA SUBJECT AND CURRICULUM REFERENCE Medical Expertise Prioritisation and Decision Making Communication Leadership and Management   CLINICAL SCENARIO STEM A 21 year old female with a known history of asthma has been brought into the resus bay by ambulance. She is severely dyspnoeic and unable to speak. She has had a viral URTI for the last 3 days where she has been at home alone, there is no one to accompany her and she is unable to give furthe...
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OSCE_SIM_LA Toxicity

OSCE: Local Anaesthetic Toxicity Double Length Station – 3 mins reading, 17 mins   SUBJECT AND CURRICULUM REFERENCE Medical Expertise                                        ☐       Prioritisation and Decision Making         ☐ Communication                                            ☐       Leadership and Management                    ☐     CLINICAL SCENARIO STEM It is a busy shift in an urban ED. A 37 year old intoxicated female has presented to ED w...
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Links to OSCE Resources

EmergencyPedia 13 Station Mock OSCE Adelaide Emergency Physicians OSCE Database Monash OSCE's Books Worth a Look!  1. MCEM Part C: 110 OSCE stations, By Kiran Somani/Nitin Jain/Nick Jenkins (Buy It Here!) 2. Self-Assessment for the MCEM Part C, By Rebecca Thorpe/Simon Chapman/Jules Blackburn (Buy It Here!)
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A White Board and an iPad

For me, with the limited attention span typical of most Emergency Medicine doctors, I found sitting down in front of a text book for hours on end mind numbingly boring. Rote learning, long didactic sessions and endless lists and notes just didn't do it for me. I needed to have a billion and one resources, jump around multiple topics and study in multiple different locations, in multiple different styles to keep my attention on the job. Not everyone is like this of course, and its important to...
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SAQ’s

Admin SAQ's Click Here Anaesthetics SAQ's Click Here Clinical Risk Management SAQ's Click Here Disaster SAQ's Click Here Environmental SAQ's Click Here Legal SAQ's Click Here Medical Education SAQ's Click Here Medicine SAQ's Click Here O&G SAQ's Click Here Pre-Hospital and Retrieval SAQ's Click Here Principles of EM SAQ's Click Here Psychiatry SAQ's Click Here Radiology SAQ's Click Here Research SAQ's Click Here Resuscitation SAQ's Click Here Surger...
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EMQ’s

All EMQ’s are arranged in the same categories as the Fellowship Curriculum (See ACEM Website-Learning and Examination Process) Click any topic below to see the available questions http://topendexam.com/admin-2/ http://topendexam.com/anaesthetics-2/ http://topendexam.com/clinical-risk-management-2/ http://topendexam.com/disaster-medicine/ http://topendexam.com/environmental-2/ http://topendexam.com/legal-2/ http://topendexam.com/medical-education-2/ http://topendexam...
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