TAU Organised a Workshop on OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination)

Texila American University organised a CME Workshop on Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) for the benefit of our Royal College (UK) Exam Training Program Students.  The workshop was approved by Karnataka Medical Council viz. letter KMC/CME/053/2016. Two Credit points of Accreditation were given to the students.

The CME Seminar was held in Sagar Hospital, Bangalore on 25th January 2016. A total of 75 student delegates participated in this event.

  1. Madan Gaekwad, Sr. Executive Vice President, Sagar Hospitals, inaugurated the workshop.

Dr. A. Anand, Director & Executive Dean, Texila American University delivered the Key Note Address.

Dr.Ranjan Venkatesan M.B.B.S, M.D, MRCOG (Eng), FRCOG (Eng) delivered his presentation on “Introduction to OSCE”.

The acronym “OSCE” stands for “Objective Structured Clinical Examination”. The “objective” bit comes from the fact that everyone has the same exam and same degree of complexity when dealing with real clinical cases.

Following the intro of OSCE, Presentation on various specialities were also explained:

OSCE for MRCS : Dr.Lakshman M.B.B.S, L.R.C.P M.R.C.S (Eng), F.R.C.S (Edin),F.R.C.S (Eng)
OSCE for MRCOG : Dr.Ranjan Venkatesan M.B.B.S, M.D, MRCOG (Eng), FRCOG (Eng)
OSCE for MRCP : Dr.Sudeep Putta Manohar M.B.B.S, M.R.C.P (UK), MRCP & CCT
OSCE for MRCPCH : Dr.Santhosh Olety, M.B.B.S, D.C.H, MRCPCH CCST (UK)

After the Lunch break, the participants were divided into groups as per their specialities.  About two hours Clinical training was given, including mock OSCEs.  All the delegates participated in the program with lot of enthusiasm.

Mr.Ravi Nagarajan welcomed the gathering & Dr. Chethana, Medical Director, Sagar Hospitals proposed a Vote of Thanks.

Certificates jointly signed by Dr. Anand – on behalf of TAU, Dr. Prabhakar – on behalf of Karnataka Medical Council & Dr. Chethana – on behalf of Sagar Hospitals were presented to the Participants.

The CME ended with a National Anthem.

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How to Succeed in Your Clinical Rotations?

Clinical Rotations are the crucial part of every Medical Education. For the four year medical programs, the first two years will be dedicated for the theories and lectures whereas the last two years are meant for the Clinical Rotations wherein students would be all set to treat the patients.

Clinical Rotation sucess

Always keep in mind the two primary goals of clinical training: to learn to take care of patients and to develop your professional identity as a physician. Keep in mind the following tips so as to avoid common mistakes while pursuing the Clinical Rotations – No matter Core or Elective Rotations.

Be Prepared: Clinical Rotations help the medical students to gain confidence and knowledge skills concerning workflow and logistics.

Be a team player: It’s important to have a good working relationship with the ward team while pursuing the clinical training.

Hard work: Hard work is dedication. Volunteering is also a part of clinical studies. Residents work lots of hours, and it may allow you to score points for easing the workload.

No complaints Please! Being a Medical Student, you may feel that you are at the bottom of the chain of command—which you are.

Be an enthusiastic learner: Physicians often quiz medical students on pertinent research or medical knowledge. It’s important to take opportunities to perform procedures and to assist others amidst of getting good learning experience. During each rotation, students work in various hospitals each with its own patient demographics, medical-records systems, workflows and testing procedures.

Always be professional: A Professional attitude is important for a medical student with professional business clothing and ensure that the white lab coat is always clean. In addition to dressing professionally and always being neat, your attitude should also be professional.

Show Respect to All: Being a medical student, it’s mandatory to interact with doctors, nurses, patients and other personalities. Henceforth, regardless of people you interact with, it’s very specific for you not be very respectful and courteous. You may also learn lessons from many people you interact with during the tenure.

You’re going to do a great job! Thanks to the next generation of doctors for the difference you will all make in the world of healthcare!

Texila helps you to discover a new world of Knowledge with its Doctor of Medicine (MD) programs offered in the Guyana Campus which is inbuilt with Options to do Clinical Rotations in USA.

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Texila Conducts OnSpot Admission in Durban, South Africa

Study Medicine in the Caribbean and Bridge to USA!

Texila American University conducts On Spot Admission in Durban, South Africa for MBBS & Nursing Programs for March 2016.

Texila American University’s Direct Representative Mr. Sakthi Kumar will be available to clarify the queries of the students/visitors.

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Date: February 8th – February 12th 2016
Venue
Regus Kingsmead,
11 Walnut Road,
Kingsmead, Durban, 4001
Contact: +27 748242252
Email: bdm4@tau.edu.gy
Skype: texilla.bdm4
Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM

Meet the delegates from the University Directly for Counselling – Grab the Opportunity to attend Texila – one of the inclusive Caribbean Medical Schools to Earn a Globally Recognized Degree.

Texila has Doctor of Medicine (MBChB) programs designed with the Clinical Training in the best hospitals in USA, thereby offering the pathway to the students to bridge to USA.

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TAU College of Medicine Conducts On spot Admission in Bahrain

Opportunity to become Doctor is just around the corner!

Texila American University conducts On Spot Admission in Bahrain for MBBS & Nursing Programs for March 2016.

me-onspot admission

Texila American University’s Direct Representative Mr. Jesvin Pradeep Kumar will be available to clarify the queries of the students/visitors.

Date: 5th February 2016

Venue:
Guidance Consultancy W.L.L
Flat # 11, Building 255D, Road 1104,
Block 711, Tubli, Kingdom of Bahrain
Contact: +971526944906

Meet the delegates from the University Directly for Counselling – Grab the Opportunity to attend Texila – one of the inclusive Caribbean Medical Schools to Earn a Globally Recognized Degree.

Texila has Doctor of Medicine (MBBS) programs designed with the Clinical Trainings in the best hospitals in USA, thereby offering the pathway to the students to bridge to USA.

Interested to Study in Texila? Enroll Now