Students of the fifth year (year of graduation) took an applied test based on the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).

The OSCE tests are designed to test the performance of clinical skills and competencies in skills such as communication, clinical examination, medical / prescription procedures, exercise characterization, joint packing / manipulating techniques, radiography, radio graphic assessment and interpretation of results.

The OSCE is a realistic, pragmatic approach to learning that keeps interviewees involved, allows them to understand the underlying factors that drive medical decision making, and challenges professionals to be innovative and expose their mistakes in case management, and provides an open space for improved decision making based on evidence-based practice Of real world responsibilities.

The students of the Faculty of Medicine and Oral and Dental Surgery receive their applied training within the university labs, as well as the University Center for Oral and Dental Surgery (specialized clinic).


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