New Scenarios And Skills Added To NMC OSCE From 14th June 2021:

Updated OSCE – All The Three Test Centres (Northampton, Oxford & Ulster)

 

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As part of the ongoing test of competence, some updates have been made to the current Part 2 Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE): new scenarios and skills will be introduced from Monday 14th June 2021. 

The following new materials will be introduced to the current tests from the 14th June in all the four test centres.:

Three scenarios:

  • Adult nursing scenario (APIE): Fall and fracture
  • Children’s nursing scenario (APIE): Post-tonsillectomy bleed
  • Midwifery scenario (APIE): Post-natal visit

Three skill stations:

  • Adult nursing skill station: Fine bore nasogastric tube insertion
  • Adult nursing skill station: Visual infusion phlebitis (VIP) assessment and intravenous cannula flush
  • Adult nursing skill station: Pressure ulcer assessment.

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Timings for new skills stations starting from 14th June are as follows:

  • Insertion of fine-bore nasogastric tube – 8 mins
  • Intravenous flush and VIP assessment – 8 mins
  • Pressure area assessment – 8 mins

Some points to be noted regarding the adult skills and scenarios for Children, Adult and Midwifery being implemented on14th June 2021 for the current Test of Competence are:

  1. Candidates will be given 8 minutes to complete each of the new stations.
  2. There is no change to the timings or marking criteria for the Children, Adult and Midwifery scenarios (APIE).
  3. The pressure area assessment skill is a written station.

Please note these are new OSCE stations for the current Test of Competence, and not the new Test of Competence that will go live in August 2021. There will be some applicant that will still be able to continue taking the current OSCE for a set period of time after the new test has gone live, hence this is done as a refreshment for general test maintenance purposes.

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