With the end of OSCE, GPs share memories of exam day trauma

Not everyone has positive memories of the role-playing exam being scrapped by the RACGP

Humiliation and head injuries: these are some of the obstacles that GPs have overcome when taking the OSCE.

Dr Paul Muthiah.
Dr Paul Muthiah.

The clinical role-playing exam using actors has been one of the rites of passage faced by thousands of doctors on the pathway to RACGP fellowship.

Following last week’s announcement by the college that the assessment is being replaced