Canadian Paediatric Review
Join us for the 17th Annual Canadian Paediatric Review Program. This is a national review course primarily designed for all senior paediatric trainees who are completing their training. The course is also open to junior paediatric trainees, paediatric consultants in clinical practice and other health care professionals. This review course is intended as a knowledge consolidation and assessment exercise.
The content of this program is based upon the specific needs of graduating residents and clinicians in practice. The format of this program will include interactive presentations with an opportunity for immediate feedback through touch pad media. Multiple choice Q&A's are incorporated into each presentation. Faculty has been chosen from educational institutions across the country.
**NEW** INTRODUCTION TO OSCE STATIONS (Only available to IMGs registered to attend the Canadian Paediatric Review Program)
This half day session will introduce International Medical Graduates, who are not enrolled in a Canadian training program, to the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) format. At the end of the session, graduates will be able to describe the OSCE format; identify the roles of the individuals involved with OSCE stations; distinguish between the various OSCE stations and explain what each station is designed to review; describe the importance of communication skills and develop a plan to help prepare for examination day including how to dress and what to bring.
Note: This session has been designed for IMGs that have had no previous experience and have not seen or participated in an OSCE station. It is an introduction to OSCEs only and will not include individual practice. This session will take place on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 from 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm at the Hamilton Convention Centre.