Medical School

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As a future healthcare provider, you will be learning a vast amount of clinical content prior to stepping into a patient encounter. However, your acquired knowledge can be of little help if you are not able to apply it in a clinical context.  Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCE) are designed to assist you in the transition from possessing clinical knowledge to applying it in the clinical setting.


From your first year of medical school to your last year of residency, the Medical College of Wisconsin will provide you with the opportunity to develop as a clinician through numerous encounters with standardized patients during Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCEs).



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