The Clinical Examination (CE) is a practical exam that assesses clinical application of basic sciences as well as technical and non-technical competencies. It is an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) consisting of 16 five-minute stations designed to test applied knowledge of the clinical conditions and scenarios trainees may encounter as a junior doctor working in a hospital.
Four station types assess the following competencies:
- physical examination
- communication skills
- history taking
- procedural skills.
The examinations are managed by the RACS who enforce strict closing dates. Trainees must register for the examination and pay the applicable fee.
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Surgical Science Examination in Urology
The Surgical Science Examination in Urology is a summative assessment of a candidate's knowledge, understanding and application of anatomy, physiology and pathology relevant to Urology.
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Trainees must be approved as eligible to sit the Fellowship Examination by the RACS Board of Urology on each occasion that they present for the examination. The Fellowship Examination is administered by the RACS.
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