We regret to inform you that the 7th Annual Examination Preparation Intensive Course in Rehabilitation Medicine (OSCE 2020) will be postponed until at least September as a result of the impact of the COVID-19 virus and the travel restrictions being imposed in Australia and New Zealand. 

We apologise for any inconvenience caused, but feel this is necessary to protect the health and safety of attendees.

Please keep an eye out on the website for any updates regarding the Course.

In the meantime, if you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the Course Secretariat

Invitation to Attend

Rehabilitation trainees who are preparing for AFRM Module 1/2 and Fellowship Clinical Examinations are invited to attend the 2020 Examination Preparation Intensive Course in Rehabilitation Medicine (OSCE 2020) to be held from 6 – 8 June.

Two courses, one for Module 1/2 candidates and another for fellowship candidates, will be conducted simultaneously in adjacent rooms by Associate Professor Steven Faux and AFRM Fellows. Live OSCEs will be presented to both groups as well as a mock exam, exam performance skills, video-taping of individual performance for your private perusal and immediate feedback on exam performances.

**Each course will have a maximum of 28 attendees. All candidates will be required to complete an online written MCQ examination being held on Wednesday 20 May 2020. Only those who pass the online test will able to attend OSCE 2020.**

What you can get from OSCE 2020

For candidates undertaking the Module 1/2 Examinations
A separate program will focus on clinical examination and include master classes live OSCEs and assessment of examination and communication skills by a variety of consultants. 

For candidates undertaking the Fellowship Examination
A separate program will focus on critical thinking and problems solving in an OSCE situations of real life clinical and rehab management issues, with assessments by a variety of rehabilitation physicians.

Practice and coaching to prepare for success in OSCE style examinations

Development and practice of skills such as critical thinking and writing under pressure

Focused physical examination techniques and OSCE training


Approaches to patient management in neurological, musculoskeletal and pain rehabilitation (including amputees) and geriatric rehabilitation

The skills necessary to use theory and medical knowledge in order to pass OSCE style exams

PLEASE NOTE: The course is not a replacement for reading, studying or reinforcing information but rather concentrates on using that information for critical thinking, problem solving and passing the Module 1/2 and Fellowship Clinical Examinations. 

Please express your interest by completing the form below to stay up to date as information becomes available.

For further information please contact the OSCE 2020 Course Secretariat
Suite 103, Level 1, 3-5 West Street, North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia | PO Box 637 North Sydney 2059
P: 61 2 9954 4400 | E: jenny@dcconferences.com.au