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Oxford University Press
10 September 2020
OSCEs for Intensive Care Medicine is a comprehensive revision resource for doctors preparing to take the Fellowship of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FFICM) and the European Diploma in Intensive Care Medicine (EDIC). Written by a team of practicing intensive care consultants with extensive experience running a successful FFCIM course, this book features over 100 practice questions organised into eight mock OSCE exams and is mapped to both the FFCIM and CoBaTrICE curricula. Reflecting the real exams, they are divided into stations on professionalism, data, resuscitation, and equipment, each of which are accompanied by further reading to ensure high-quality self-assessment.

With hints and tips throughout to help candidates avoid common mistakes and misconceptions, this book is essential reading for any doctor preparing for the FFCIM or EDIC OSCE exams.
By:   Peter Hersey (Consultant Consultant Integrated Critical Care Unit Sunderland Royal Hospital UK), Laura O'Connor (Consultant, Consultant, Integrated Critical Care Unit, Sunderland Royal Hospital, UK), Thomas E Sams (Consultant, Anaesthesia/ICM, Consultant, Anaesthesia/ICM, The Cumberland Infirmary and West Cumberland Hospital, UK), Jon Sturman (Consultant, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Consultant, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, The Cumberland Infirmary, North Cumbria University Hospital NHS Trust, UK)
Imprint:   Oxford University Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   1
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 156mm,  Spine: 18mm
Weight:   590g
ISBN:   9780198824374
ISBN 10:   0198824378
Pages:   368
Publication Date:   10 September 2020
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Introduction How to use this book OSCE 1 OSCE 1 Station 1 - Professionalism OSCE 1 Station 2 - Resuscitation OSCE 1 Station 3 - Data OSCE 1 Station 4 - Data OSCE 1 Station 5 - Data OSCE 1 Station 6 - Data OSCE 1 Station 7 - Data OSCE 1 Station 8 - Data OSCE 1 Station 9 - Data OSCE 1 Station 10 - Data OSCE 1 Station 11 - Data OSCE 1 Station 12 - Equipment OSCE 1 Station 13 - Equipment OSCE 2 OSCE 2 Station 1 - Professionalism OSCE 2 Station 2 - Resuscitation OSCE 2 Station 3 - Data OSCE 2 Station 4 - Data OSCE 2 Station 5 - Data OSCE 2 Station 6 - Data OSCE 2 Station 7 - Data OSCE 2 Station 8 - Data OSCE 2 Station 9 - Data OSCE 2 Station 10 - Data OSCE 2 Station 11 - Data OSCE 2 Station 12 - Equipment OSCE 2 Station 13 - Equipment OSCE 3 OSCE 3 Station 1 - Professionalism OSCE 3 Station 2 - Resuscitation OSCE 3 Station 3 - Data OSCE 3 Station 4 - Data OSCE 3 Station 5 - Data OSCE 3 Station 6 - Data OSCE 3 Station 7 - Data OSCE 3 Station 8 - Data OSCE 3 Station 9 - Data OSCE 3 Station 10 - Data OSCE 3 Station 11 - Data OSCE 3 Station 12 - Equipment OSCE 3 Station 13 - Equipment OSCE 4 OSCE 4 Station 1 - Professionalism OSCE 4 Station 2 - Resuscitation OSCE 4 Station 3 - Data OSCE 4 Station 4 - Data OSCE 4 Station 5 - Data OSCE 4 Station 6 - Data OSCE 4 Station 7 - Data OSCE 4 Station 8 - Data OSCE 4 Station 9 - Data OSCE 4 Station 10 - Data OSCE 4 Station 11 - Data OSCE 4 Station 12 - Equipment OSCE 4 Station 13 - Equipment OSCE 5 OSCE 5 Station 1 - Professionalism OSCE 5 Station 2 - Resuscitation OSCE 5 Station 3 - Data OSCE 5 Station 4 - Data OSCE 5 Station 5 - Data OSCE 5 Station 6 - Data OSCE 5 Station 7 - Data OSCE 5 Station 8 - Data OSCE 5 Station 9 - Data OSCE 5 Station 10 - Data OSCE 5 Station 11 - Data OSCE 5 Station 12 - Equipment OSCE 5 Station 13 - Equipment OSCE 6 OSCE 6 Station 1 - Professionalism OSCE 6 Station 2 - Resuscitation OSCE 6 Station 3 - Data OSCE 6 Station 4 - Data OSCE 6 Station 5 - Data OSCE 6 Station 6 - Data OSCE 6 Station 7 - Data OSCE 6 Station 8 - Data OSCE 6 Station 9 - Data OSCE 6 Station 10 - Data OSCE 6 Station 11 - Data OSCE 6 Station 12 - Equipment OSCE 6 Station 13 - Equipment OSCE 6 Station 13 - Equipment 262 OSCE 7 265 OSCE 7 Station 1 - Professionalism OSCE 7 Station 2 - Resuscitation OSCE 7 Station 3 - Data OSCE 7 Station 4 - Data OSCE 7 Station 5 - Data OSCE 7 Station 6 - Data OSCE 7 Station 7 - Data OSCE 7 Station 8 - Data OSCE 7 Station 9 - Data OSCE 7 Station 10 - Data OSCE 7 Station 11 - Data OSCE 7 Station 12 - Equipment OSCE 7 Station 13 - Equipment OSCE 8 OSCE 8 Station 1 - Professionalism OSCE 8 Station 2 - Resuscitation OSCE 8 Station 3 - Data OSCE 8 Station 4 - Data OSCE 8 Station 5 - Data OSCE 8 Station 6 - Data OSCE 8 Station 7 - Data OSCE 8 Station 8 - Data OSCE 8 Station 9 - Data OSCE 8 Station 10 - Data OSCE 8 Station 11 - Data OSCE 8 Station 12 - Equipment OSCE 8 Station 13 - Equipment

Pete Hersey is the clinical lead for critical care at South Tyneside and Sunderland NHSFT and a previous FICM Faculty Tutor. He undertakes both local and national roles in medical education. After taking up his consultant post he was awarded a postgraduate masters in medical education, and was the founding director for a course preparing candidates for the final FFICM OSCE. Laura O'Connor is a consultant and FICM Faculty Tutor in Sunderland Royal Hospital where she also leads an active simulation programme. She has experience of working in New Zealand and holds the FFICM by examination. Tom Sams trained in Sheffield and Newcastle before taking up his consultant post in North Cumbria NHSFT. He is a FICM Faculty Tutor and has organised several successful revision courses. He was one of the first candidates to sit the final FFICM examination. Jon Sturman takes an active role in multiprofessional training both within the UK and abroad and has an interest in developing remote and rural intensive care. After training which included a fellowship in paediatric retrieval, he took a consultant post in North Cumbria NHSFT, where he has been clinical director since 2012.

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