osce ( observational structured clinical examination) - page 11
hi, i am internationally trained nurse from india . i applied for registration as RN in college of nurses of ontario oct 2011. they took over an year and finally determined that my education/ experience is not equivalent to... Read More
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Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) - CNO
What areas of skill and knowledge are assessed in the OSCE?
The blueprint for the OSCE is based on the National Competencies in the Context of Entry-Level Registered Nurse Practice. Skills and knowledge assessed may include:
- Basic and advanced clinical skills
- Health history and health assessment
- Use of technology in nursing practice
- Pharmacology and medication administration
- Knowledge of the Canadian health care system
- Current, evidence-informed practice
How do I prepare for the OSCE?
- Review the document National Competencies in the Context of Entry-Level Registered Nurse Practice.
- Review current nursing textbooks that cover the knowledge and procedures of medical/surgical nursing.
- Review the Code of Ethics posted on the website of the Canadian Nurses Association.
These are the resources provided by Canadian Nursing organizations to help you succeed with evaluation.