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MCCQE Part 2 Courses
LMCC-MCCQE Part 2 Preparation Course starting on September 12-28, 2016. 36 plus scenarios played by professionally trained simulated patients and experienced faculty . To register Call 905- 577-4657.


Preparing for NAC OSCE and LMCC part 2 . Learners will have the opportunity to interact with our bank of professional Simulated Patients who are age-gender appropriate. We teach not just for an exam setting, but for best Clinical Practice in your career.. With the use of current recommendations, up-to-date and Evidence-Based approach, participants receive direct observation by the Program Director and Clinical Preceptor, We evaluate learners on becoming focussed history takers and accomplished physical examiners. A set of tasks may follow according to the scenarios presented .Learners are expected to address ethical dilemmas integrating the most likely diagnosis/ top three differentials / data Interpretation/ choice of treatment and admission orders. While applying CanMED principles, learners will practice in a friendly environment to work on their knowledge base, organization, gaps in problem solving skills and clinical judgment avoiding common mistakes such as memorization and reproduction of information. Time efficiency, professionalism and Communication Skills are also enhanced and monitored in every session. Hours: Monday and Wednesday 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Saturdays: 10:30 am to 4:30 pm in a Practice Based Small Group (PBSG-OSCE) learning program. Learners will have the opportunity to play the role of simulated patients, provide/receive feedback from peers with extra practice for physical examination. Nac osce- LMCC preparation. .   


Since 2005, The Bridge to Clinical and Communication skills in Canada has provided training for Canadian Medical Graduates (CMG), Canadians who studied abroad (CSA) and International Medical Doctors (IMDs)

The course offers to participants a minimum of 36 hour-medical encounters to practice focused history, physical examination, Post- Encounter Questions, Therapeutics Warm-up and Data Interpretation.

The training is based on a patient-doctor centred approach. With the use of Can MED principles our faculty from local Hospitals and University brings the necessary experience and up- to -date knowledge to assist participants in the area of Clinical Communication Skills and Ethics. We also assist learners seeking NAC OSCE- LMCC preparation, Step 2 CS ,and clinical skills for active practice.





 
 
                 
   
   
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