(WORKSHOP IS FULL - NO LONGER ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS)
Date: May 13, 2017
Location: University of Alberta Edmonton
Maximum number of students: 36
Description: This one-day workshop is aimed at participants who would like to further develop their understanding of the process of OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Evaluation) as an assessment of competency for physiotherapists. It will focus on the basic skills necessary to manage the process of evaluation, including practical scenarios with individual feedback from the instructors.
Objectives: At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Describe the process of an OSCE.
2. Identify the main components of an OSCE.
3. Apply strategies and skills to prepare for an OSCE.
4. Identify their areas of strength and areas needing improvements to succeed in an OSCE.
Michelle Barnes, Bernadette Martin, Barbara Norton, Gabriela Abbud
University of Alberta
8205 114 Street
If there is insufficient registration the workshop will be cancelled and refunds given. If there is sufficient registration no refunds will be given to those who fail to attend.
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Note: The workshop will NOT provide “bridging” or a content review of physical therapy practice in Canada, but rather strategies for any OSCE exam. Attendees will develop skills and strategies for writing OSCE examinations.