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'Difficult Patient' OSCE Scenarios 

Common 'Difficult Patient' topics in Objective Structured Clinical Examinations

The common topics that have been tested in OSCE exams during USMLE Step 2 CS, MCCQE Part II, PLAB 2, OSCEs for medical students and medical school clinical finals, Clinical Skills Assessment for International Medical Graduates are:


'Difficult Patients' in OSCEs

  • The Silent or Reticent patient.
  • The Rambling or Talkative patient.
  • The Vague patient.
  • The Angry patient.
  • The Depressed or Sad patient.
  • The Denial patient.
  • The Anxious patient.
  • Patient with Somatization.
  • The Dependent and Demanding patient.
  • The Dramatic or Manipulative patient.
  • The Long Suffering, Masochistic patient.
  • The Orderly and Controlled patient.
  • The Manic, Restless patient.
  • The Guarded Paranoid patient.
  • The Superior patient.
  • Breaking bad news.
  • Caring for the dying patient.
  • Conflicted Roles.
  • Solving Conflicts.



Screaming Difficult OSCE Exam


Common 'Difficult Patient' OSCEs 


Common 'Difficult Patient' OSCEs cases that have been seen in OSCEs during USMLE Step 2 CS, MCCQE Part II, PLAB 2, OSCEs for medical students and medical school clinical finals, Clinical Skills Assessment for International Medical Graduates are:



  1. Elizabeth Noseworthy is a 58 years old diabetic patient who was brought to the emergency by her husband, Jack Noseworthy, unconscious. Your colleague told you that she had been received dead and they failed to resuscitate her. Please talk to Mr Northsworthy in the next 5/10/15 minutes. (Breaking bad news/ in this scenario you will discover that the cause of death was an extra insulin shoot given by the husband when he found his wife unconscious assuming that she ate too much at the party that night. As you tell him the bad news, he turns very upset and restless blaming him self for killing his wife).

  2. Joan Lavis is the mother of your 17 year old patient, Sandra Lavis, she came to your office asking to see you. Please talk to her in the next 5/ 10/15 minutes. (Confidentiality/ Demanding/ in this scenario you will discover that the mother found an appointment card in her daughter pocket while doing the laundry. She demands and insists to know the reason of her daughter's visit. Note: no reason was given for the visit in the stem question).

  3. George Baclham is 32 year old man who came to your office for the first time. Please talk to him in the next 5/ 10/15 minutes. (Drug seeker/ in this scenario you will discover that he is out of town and has headache. His doctor prescribed a pain killer with codeine and wants you to prescribe it again. He interrupts you repeatedly and rudely during your history taking telling you that his doctor had already asked him these questions and there is no point to repeat the process. Note: no reason was given for the visit in the stem question).

  4. Jonathan Simons is 26 year old man who was brought by the police to the emergency after his wife claimed that he attempted to kill her. You are the physician on duty today. Please talk to him in the next 5/ 10/15 minutes. (Acute psychosis/  in this scenario you will discover that the patient is agitated restless pacing the room and refuses to sit down to talk).

  5. Anthony Rochester is 32 year old business man came to your office because his wife insisted that he should see you. Please talk to him in the next 5/ 10/15 minutes. (Mania/  in this scenario you will discover that the patient is restless pacing the room and refuses to sit down to talk, full of joy and happy and don't want to discuss that being so happy is an illness. Note: no reason was given for the visit in the stem question).

  6. Jane Smith is 53 year old woman who came to your office complaining from left upper quadrant pain. In the next 5/ 10/15 minutes take focused history and discuss a plan. (Somatization/ Talkative/ in this scenario you will discover that the patient keeps talking and don't let you ask her questions or be in control of the interview) .

  7. Marie Price is 57 year old came to your office because her husband insisted that she should see you. Please talk to her in the next 5/ 10/15 minutes. (depression/  in this scenario you will discover that the patient is says almost nothing and doesn't know why she is here. Note: no reason was given for the visit in the stem question).

  8. Lucy Armstrong is 23 year old woman who came to your office after she felt a lump in her right side of her upper neck. In the next 10/15 minutes take a focused history and perform a focused physical exam. (Note: She keeps her bra and thighs exposed with gestures of seduction and may ask if you are free tonight (even if your are a female doctor). The case is infectious mononucleosis and she is sexually active. Take sexual history and safe sex counseling too.) (Lymphadenopathy/ Seduction/  Safe sex).


Dealing with 'Difficult Patients':Difficult OSCEs - Sad Depressed

In real medical practice, dealing with 'difficult patients' are seen almost daily. 'Difficult patients' are ordinary people who come to your health institute, whatever is that, because they have to, not because they want to. Sometimes, they have even been brought in unwillingly by a family member or a friend. They come in with their vast range of different personalities, cultural background, and current emotional state. 

Being in a health care facility adds more worries and stresses due to lost time, expenses, and more importantly losing control. People are usually in control of what they have to do now, well at least they think so. But on the moment they put their feet in front of your registration desk, they lose this control. We, the strangers, take control!... We give instructions and orders to follow starting right from that registration desk... Give me your ID, .. insurance,.. wait there,.. sit there,.. you have to wait,.. take off your cloths,.. touching them, .. etc. 

So, by the time of their medical encounter with us, the physicians, they are already up on the edge in their stress and comfort levels. And guess what, we as the highest ranking authority here and thus have to receive all the blame and deal with them in these 'difficult patient' situations. Although, some of these people will look like trouble makers by personality, most of the exaggeration is due to the building up stress and worry, or simply part of their illness! 

Dealing with 'difficult patients' in medical encounters needs a lot of communication skills to sooth them and calm them down or to let them at ease and open for effective communication. However, although this is part of our duty in addition to establishing rapport and friendly environment, it is not our goal in medical encounters! We are not social workers. Our goal is to figure out what is going wrong with them physically and psychologically in order to help them. These good communication skills are not the goal, they are wonderful magical means to achieve our goal, the patient well being. Communication skills are our vehicle to take a thorough medical history, perform accurate safe physical examination, and assure patient compliance, and yet efficiently in respect to our time and resources limits. 

As you may realize now, it is important to learn the specific communication skills to deal with these 'difficult patients' in real life. This will make us friendly caring clever doctors and build a good reputation while staying thorough, focused, organized, and efficient. This is what successful considerate physician know very well!


'Difficult Patient' OSCEs:Difficult OSCEs - Angry

As Objective Structured Clinical Examination stations (OSCEs) are simulation of real life medical encounters. 'Difficult to deal with patient' scenarios will be also seen in these exams. These difficult behaviors will be seen either embedded as a short part of the station scenario or as a full station by itself.

We need to prepare ourselves to these 'difficult patient' OSCEs because we will be assessed mainly for our communication skills in these OSCE exam stations. These OSCE Exams need a lot of empathy too but be careful don't act as a social worker. Act as an attending caring efficient physician and use the communication skills as a mean, not as a goal.


Now how to improve your way of dealing with each of these 'difficult patient' OSCEs? 



Ask yourself:

What would I do if my OSCE standardized patient (SP) was angry and threatening me? Is what am I doing with this difficult patient correct ethically? Dose it serve me well? Dose it resolve the situation?  How to improve my way of doing that?...

What would I do if my OSCE SP was a depressed woman who refuses to talk? Again, is what am I doing with this difficult patient correct ethically? Dose it serve me well? Dose it resolve the situation?  How to improve my way of doing that?...

What would I do if my OSCE SP was a restless young man who kept pacing the room refusing to calm down and sit to talk? ...

What would I do if my OSCE SP was a talkative middle aged woman who kept telling me her stories wasting my valuable exam time? ...

What would I do if my OSCE SP was a teenage boy or girl who wants me to go out with him/her for a date? ...

What would I do if my OSCE SP was an HIV positive man who refuses to inform his wife about his illness? ...

What would I do if my OSCE SP was a sixteen year old boy with history of epilepsy and insisting to have a letter to the driving license authority? ...

What if?....... & what if?....... & what if?............

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Almost every day, you, medical students, residents, and physician face 'Difficult Patients' in your clinical practice. All OSCE organizers, like USMLE, MCC, GMC, and medical schools, include difficult to deal with patient scenarios in their exams to test your communication skills and reactions.

Limited resources are out there to help you deal with these 'Difficult Patients'. Most of these resources deal with the etiology behind these situations hoping that the understanding of the etiologies will help you to figure out the right ways to deal with them!

Learning to take medical history or perform a physical exam is easy. You will be amazed how well your colleagues is doing with these clinical tasks. There are tons of resources to train yourself these skills. But what about communication skills with 'difficult patients'? You will be amazed how bad your colleagues is doing with these clinical tasks that need special communication skills!.. Imaging yourself mastering these skills!.. Definitely, you will be distinguished form the crowd!... Your colleagues will ask your help to teach them your secrets to master these situations!... Nurses will recommend that you, the expert with a human touch, to deal with such situations!.. Your OSCE examiner or clinical supervisor will admire you. 

This is the first ebook that is written focusing on techniques, strategies, and practical proven steps to help you deal with 'Difficult Patients'. It is focused on practical tools ready to learn, adopt, and  implement to improve your way of dealing with difficult patients in both OSCE exam scenarios and real life settings. 

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The Systematic Approach To Achieving Excellence In Clinical Patient Encounters And Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exams!


Discover how to develop your clinical and communication skills for your clinical patient encounters and your OSCE exam preparation.


Are you preparing for clinical clerkship, internship, or one of the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE Exams);  

  • Medical Student 3rd year, 4th year, Final Clinical Skills OSCE Exams,   

  • Residency and Specialty Clinical Evaluation Exam OSCEs,

  • Foreign or International Medical Graduates Clinical Skills Assessment OSCE Exams.

  • USMLE Step 2 CS OSCE,   


  • PLAB Part 2 OSCE, 


  • AMC Clinical OSCE,


  • TRAS OSCE.   


and looking for information to further improve your clinical skills and communication skills or want to know the quickest easiest way to prepare for Clinical Skills Assessment OSCE Exams?

Do you feel stressed because your Clinical Skills and communication skills preparation is taking too long, and cost you too much effort and money?


 * Can you:

  • take history from your patients.... 

  • do physical examination... 

  • come up with a differential diagnosis... 

  • decide what investigations to order...

  • put a working plan (clinical decision making)...

  • consult your patient...

  • deal with difficult patient situations (do you?) ...

... all of that in as little as 5 to 15 minutes in a professional and time efficient approach?.... Can you do that quickly and repeatedly patient after patient, OSCE station after OSCE station even if you are stressed out, as in OSCE exams and real life medical encounters?... Are you absolutely confident that you can efficiently MANAGE the medical interview with your current clinical skills and communications skills and STAY IN CONTROL during the interview?... 


* Do you make clinical skills & communication skills mistakes? 

Do you make any of these little known mistakes in your clinical patient encounters?!

  • Asking leading questions.

  • Don't know or forget what to ask or examine in this specific patient encounter.

  • Jump into a diagnosis quickly and forget covering the differentials. (Why not? It was a straight forward case!).

  • Ignore patient clues. (Major clinical and communication skills error!).

  • Being unknowingly disrespectful to your patient.

  • Run out of time before finishing the wanted tasks.

  • Appear unprofessional with your verbal and non verbal communications.

  • Lose control of the medical interview to the patient.

  • Unorganized, asking same question again and forget patient's answers.

and many more? Do you?!


If you do realize the importance of having some templates to follow during your patient encounters and Clinical Skills Assessment OSCE exam in order to be really sure to fulfill the OSCE Exam checklists/ mark sheets, then, this information is for you. I am about to introduce you to the BEST PROVEN approach to BOTH your patient encounters and Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam preparation.


* Who am I, what are my clinical skills problems?

But let us first tell you who am I! Chances are you haven’t heard of OSCEhome before. But when you finish reading this, you’ll be glad you finally did.

I think I’m a lot like you. I was in the same place you where not too long time ago. I’ve gone to medical school. . Spend my life going to school, seem like. I’ve run up these huge debts. I had to move to another city with all the hassle and expenses of settling down and figuring out my way. Medical school was long and expensive. But I’ve done really really well in everything I tried.

 Unfortunately, for the first time of my life I was intern with basically no money. It was a challenge that is really not well defined and, you know, was sort of thrown to the wall and I have to figure out a lot of things. I’ll be honest. I had a tremendous fear of failure because all along through school it was clear for me what to do to have success.

 But now, all of a sudden I have to worry about all kinds of things, like how to deal with patients, how to take history and do physical, how to be fast and yet thorough, how to make the right decision in a short time, how to deal with nurses and staff. And doing better than my peers in case presentation, exam evaluations, and being a ‘good doctor’. Some of these guys, I think, like nothing more than seeing me humiliated in front of them, nurses, staff, and everyone.

 There is that whole idea of being out there all of a sudden alone. What would I do? The Hippocratic oath said I’m not supposed to hurt anyone or cause harm, and definitely I don’t want to do that. I don’t want to miss things or get patient complaints or law suits. So, where to start?

 In my patient interviews, I was always nervous and in a hurry. Didn’t know the pace I was going. It took me a long time to clarify patient’s complaint and HPI. Wasn’t able to finish asking all question in one time or forgot the patient’s answers, always needed to go back and clarify things and thus my patient notes were deficient.

In my clinical skills evaluation exams, the picture wasn’t much different. Adrenaline was high. Patients were of all different kinds. Angry, sad, seductive, talkative and so on. The one I still remember was a patient who kept pacing the room rapidly talking none stop and at the end left the room! Patients who ask stupid questions like scratch marks. Angry patients who takes time to calm them down. I always wished to know a quick way to deal with such difficult patients.

My physical examination was all over the room, not well organized. Takes time, slow patients, and again forgot things to check or looking after the patient’s comfort like sliding the bed. I remember once I was so nervous that I used the tooth pick to assess touch sensation which hurt the patient (she moaned). I apologized, but still looked nervous and don’t know how to do the test.

 My patient notes were not that good too. My hand writing was shaky. HPI not complete and not in sequence as it should be.

As you see, I was basically where you are now when I had all these fears. I had a great success in my scholastic studies in med school. But here, now all of a sudden I was making almost very little money with this crushing debt burden beside all the emotional stresses and I really have to perform. But it was all milky. I didn’t know what and how to perform.

When we started our clinical rotation in medical school, we, to some extend, left by our own to learn clinical skills. When we make mistakes, we'll always be able to go back and check with the patient or reexamine. The patient was like a mountain that I have find out our path to climb to reach the dome, that is the diagnosis. I was, and still am, afraid of missing something that will lead to harm the patient or upset him, or make him complain to my attendant affecting my assessment, or even sue me.

Most of the time, patients were supportive. Well, they know I am just a medical student or junior resident trying to learn. Besides, I avoided challenging patients. But this is not the case in real life medical encounters. I haven't enough time to have a relaxed interview pace or even to recheck with the patient. When I was preparing for our Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam, I, just like you, had spent weeks looking for that “Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam magic approach” that could allow us to finally master a thorough and yet time efficient clinical and communication skills approach.


* How Did I solve My Clinical Skills & Communication Skills Problems?

I virtually attended all available expensive Clinical Skills preparation courses, bought and studied almost all available preparation books. I listened to every ‘Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam Expert’ who offered advice. I spent so much time practicing. But NOTHING WORKED as I hoped! That is to be thorough, organized, and time efficient at the same time and off course good communicators!

Then, four years ago, on a brilliantly sunny day in October, while studying at the central library, I came across few Medical OSCE examiners. They were getting ready for an OSCE exam. I chatted with them and discovered the COLD HARD TRUTH about why I couldn’t reach any significant level of confidence in how thorough and quick is my Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam Clinical Skills approach! Most probably, you are now in a similar stressful situation.




I bought this ebook from you last night, it is amazing... I could not stop reading that book.... I am taking one preparatory class for QE2 in Toronto... now I feel that if I had this book before I would not need to go for that class... this book is the best book for preparing for OSCE....   


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Thank you very much for sending me the ebooks which I have been able to download and you have regained my faith in internet purchases. In exchange I can only recommend your course to students.


Agnelo F De Sousa, University of Adelaide, Australia.




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The TRUTH about OSCE Exams that I discovered is that my scattered OSCE Exam preparation information, notes, questions, and tips, NEED TO BE gathered in ONE medically thorough, organized, workable, and time efficient step by step  SYSTEMATIC APPROACH flowcharts that integrates BOTH clinical skills and communication skills that I can study and practice ONCE for any patient scenario and for ALL my coming OSCE Exams as well as my FUTURE real life medical practice with real patients! An approach that get me high clinical evaluation and scores now, and patient satisfaction avoiding complaints and law suits later!

All OSCE Exam stations' formats are essentially the same in all OSCE exams. The differences between Medical School Students OSCEs, USMLE Step 2 CS OSCE, LMCC MCC NAC OSCEPLAB part 2 OSCEMRCGP CSA OSCE,  TRAS 2 OSCE,  AMC Clinical OSCE,  NZREX OSCE,  NAC OSCE,or Clinical Skills Assessment of Foreign / International Medical Graduates are in the time allocated to the OSCE stations, the actual presence of the OSCE Examiner during the OSCE station, and the depth of needed medical knowledge, that is the OSCE Exam checklists!

They also told me that the OSCE station's stem question is just to direct the OSCE Exam candidate to what system I should focus on giving the limited available time but not meant to omit the differentials and hidden issues. Checklists approach won't get you a high clinical evaluation score!


* So What Did I Do To Avoid Missing Things And Waste The interview's short time?

Over a really long time, I gathered all the necessary information needed to be asked for every disease. Then I:

  • Arranged them in question boxes based on symptom complaints.

  • Wrote/gathered specific questions for each needed info.

  • Checked the medical, ethical, and communication correctness of each question with experts.

  • Determined the differentials for each symptom and merged the necessary questions within the boxes.

  • Arranged the questions within each box in a time efficient flowchart sequence that assures patient cooperation and prevent them from interrupting the medical interview flow.

  • I subdivided each box into a main screening box and detailed sub-boxes to be explored only if the patient reply was related.

So, In a real OSCE, as well as a medical interview, I'll start with the main first question box and follow through expanding into sub-boxes as needed and the back to the main box. Then, according to the station, move to the next box and so on. It took me about a year to perfect the system.

For the physical exam, I:

  • Arranged the needed exams to be done in a time efficient sequence that minimize patient discomfort.

  • Wrote phrases to ask the patient to perform a test or move in a clear, ethical and communication correct manner that prevents patient interruptions to the exam flow.

  • Wrote explaining phrases to say to the patient while performing the steps to keep them informed.

I did the same for counseling stations, patients note, and how to deal with difficult patients.


After going through all these fears, frustration, and the aspiration to figure out this solution. After fighting all that and getting the hard knowledge. I sat down and realized that there is a great need among other medical students, interns, residents, as well as international foreign medical graduates out there to have this information.


 So, what I did I put together this website, OSCEhome.


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* Do you need OSCEhome step by step systematic approach to be clinically efficient??

If I could give you an effective Clinical Skills strategy that would “outperform” the medical interview approach you are currently using, would you be interested?

Let me explain...

You didn't figure out how to drive by yourself! .. Yes?!.. In stead, you started with some one who knows how to drive well and learned from him/her those specific driving steps, short cuts, and valuable secrets that you now use them automatically unconsciously every day!

In your preparation to your OSCE exam, don't you realize that it is noticeably logical to take the same approach to shape up your communication and clinical skills?!

When you got your driving lessons, your instructor asked you to follow specific steps and perform specific procedures in a specific sequence,... right?!.. That's because these specific steps and its sequence have proved to be the most QUICK, logical, and safe practices. By strictly following these steps, you can insure your safety, the safety of other road users, and, of course, passing successfully the driving license test!.

In OSCE exams, and subsequently in your real life medical encounters with real patients, OSCE examiners want you to be organized by following specific steps in specific medically and ethically correct sequence in order to be considered a thorough, efficient and safe physician.

That is a healthy approach and I sincerely encourage you to do the same in your Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE exam preparation! Find out the specific steps and the specific sequence! That was the approach that I took!... I developed a step by step system. Verified it with my staff physicians. Memorized it. Practiced it. Modified and improved it over and over with the help of my mentors, faculty, and friends. It took OVER ONE YEAR of effort I don't know how many medical students, residents, and graduates helped to develop this advanced system! It was kind of an open project.

Finally, I was satisfied that I had created the best and the most comprehensive system of managing Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam stations and real life medical patient interviews possible and ready to start using it.


* And, was my clinical systematic approach ever a hit?!..

  • As each one in my group has his or her own contacts with other medical students, graduates and residents, the system started to spread rapidly!..

  • More and more medical students, graduates and residents started to contact us to send them a copy!

  • They loved our Step By Step systematic approach!

  • They loved the straight forward simple yet comprehensive questions system that manages any medical OSCE station or encounter!

  • They loved how I organized the questions to be asked easily in an autopilot mode!

  • They loved that the verbal communications skills are covered unconsciously!

  • They loved that the system prevents the patient from surprises us with arguments!

  • I received comments like “That’s awesome,…. Now, I feel confident,…. You guys really found the secrets!…. It saves a lot of time!….” 


Many felt the increased confidence in their clinical skills and communication skills in less than a month!


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* And that’s when it hit me!

Once I realized just how efficient it is to follow this systematic approach and saw how popular our Step By Step Guide became with other medical students, graduates and residents achieving high scores. I knew I’d be crazy not to make this system available to everyone who wants to master the clinical skills and pass the Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exams.

When you start preparing for your Clinical Skills Assessment Medical OSCE Exam, what you need is a resource that doesn’t just give you copies of the same old checklists/  mark sheets everyone else has! Or, a limited time membership access to those checklists and videos which are designed to inform you WHAT should you do and you have to figure out HOW!! A 20-30 minutes videos that will show you how to do a 5 minute physical exam!! They took 20-30 minutes to show you the correct way and you have to find a way to do it in 5 minutes in your OSCE Exam!! Do you get it?!! Cannot you read that from any illustrated textbook or free online university websites?!! You don't need that.


You need a system that does the job in 5-15 minutes! Just memorize it, practice it, and that's it! Not figuring out how!


What you need is a real system that works. A system that covers:

1.   What to ask to fulfill the OSCEs examiner checklists and cover the differential diagnosis? You'll Get  Questions Templates, One For Each Body System,  Covering All Possible Patient Complaints. Templates That Cover All Related Differential Diagnosis And Covers The Medical OSCE Exam Checklists Even If You Couldn't Figure Out The OSCE Station Differential.  Key Questions To Differentiate The Causes Are Included And Marked. You'll appear Experienced!  


2.   How to ask the patient questions without leading him or appear judgmental or disrespectful?.  You'll Get Ready To Use Questions Templates Of What, How, And When To Ask The Patient. Not Only Checklists That You Need To Figure Out How To Ask About Them Yourself In Your Medical OSCE Exam. Complete History Taking Templates For ALL OSCEs In ALL Specialties. Just Memorize and Practice Them! You'll Be Knowledgeable and Understanding!  


3.    How to phrase your questions and comments to be ethically and legally correct even if English is your mother language?. You'll Get Complete Carefully Phrased Sentences That Show Respect, No-Judgment, And Yet Time Efficient And Comprehensive. Sentences Of How To Approach Sensitive Issues Like Menses, Sexual History, And Abuse In An Ethical Manner?. You'll be Courteous!  


4.   What to do in the physical exam part of an OSCE station?. You'll Get A Step By Step Guide Of How To Perform A Physical Examination in just 5 minutes. What To Examine in focused or complete exam? How To Organize It In A Time Efficient Manner. What To Tell Both The Patient And The OSCE Examiner While Examining (if the OSCE examiner is present in the room). What To Do To Show Respect For The Patient And His/Her Privacy?. You'll appear Competent!  


5.   How to appear relaxed, confident, organized, capable, safe, and professional in your OSCE Exams?. You'll Get That By Mastering A Proven Step By Step Organized Follow Through Guide For Your Medical OSCE Exam. You Will Be Able To Handle ANY OSCE Station. Not Only 50 or 70 Stations. Not Only Specialized OSCEs. Just Any OSCE Station AND Real World Medical Encounters!  


6.   What to ask or examine in an Emergency setting OSCE Exam station? How to MANAGE the patient in an Emergency setting OSCE Exam station?. You'll Get A Step By Step Guide To Follow Concerning What To Ask, Examine And WHEN?. Detailed How To Manage Any Emergency Setting OSCE Station is included?. As A Bonus, Medications And Doses For Common ER OSCE Stations Are Included In A Step By Step Manner!. Your ER Performance Will Be Outrageously Competent And Efficient!  


7.   How to counsel the patient in an OSCE Exam station?. You'll Get An Organized Counseling Station Format. You'll Know What To Ask The Patient? How And When To Inform The Patient?. You'll Be and Look Organized!  


8.   How to deal with difficult patient scenarios in an OSCE Exam station?. You'll Get Knowing How To Deal with 20 Difficult OSCEs Scenarios Like Depression, Breaking Bad News, In Your E-book How To Unlock Difficult Medical Encounters?. You'll Be in Control Of The Medical Encounter!  


9.     How to know if your communication skills are sending the right messages during your OSCEs? You'll Master Verbal Communication Skills Indirectly By Just Memorizing The Templates and Performing Them Confidently In Your OSCE Exam. You'll Learn How to sit, talk, behave and look for your OSCEs?. You'll Be and Look Attentive, Friendly and Yet Professional!  


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