The event was enjoyed by all and succeeded in raising thousands of dollars for a very good cause. UP was very happy to join with the SOMA Group Family in this event, and hopes that this charity project will make a positive impact on our local communities! All medical students need to pass an OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) exam at the end of their Internship in MD Year 8. The OSCE examination tests clinical skills and students’ knowledge. In the presence of the examiners, students take histories and do physical examinations, propose investigations/tests, interpret results, make a diagnosis, propose an appropriate treatment and management plan and finally educate the patient about the disease and its prevention. The Faculty of Medicine has prepared educational videos on OSCE exams in Pediatrics, Medicine, Obstetrics & Gynecology and Surgery to provide MD students with a clear picture of the setting and processes involved in the exams.

The video is an initiative of the Faculty of Medicine who would like to thank the volunteer medical students and alumni currently working in hospitals for assisting in this initiative.