In addition to the texts that you used for the written exam the other texts we recommend for the OSCE are:
Talley N, O’Connor S, Examination Medicine – a Guide to Physician Training
Roberts JR, Hedges JR (eds), Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine - this is the go to book for procedures. When you purchase this book you also get access to loads of videos on line demonstrating the procedures.
Adelaide Emergency Physicians site for more practice OSCEs
EduAcute Communication scenarios - useful practise for challenging communication stations
Geeky Medics - designed for medical students but the communication skills section has some useful revision e.g. explaining how to administer salbutamol using a spacer, mental state examination, sexual history taking. Clinical examination section also useful.
https://www.youtube.com/user/geekymedics123 - good videos for clinical examination, all a bit long but useful for revising the important bits and then you have to practice making them short and slick.
LITFL - more examination videos
http://emcrit.org/podcasts/critical-care-palliation/ essential listening for preparing
to do any end of life conversations. (EMcritPodcast 93)
- Jo Rudd's study notes are useful for templates and summary lists
EmergencyPedia - FOAMed resource from Westmead
Fellowship Education Group
Click here for a list of ED consultants who are happy to help you practise (Monash trainees only).