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Students can prepare for the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills
Examination by participating in the Waxman Clinical Skills Center
Step 2 Practice tutorials. These workshops consist of four stations
that simulate the experience of the USMLE Step 2 Clinical Skills
Exam. Professional teaching patients (standardized patients) will
present you with common problems and provide expert feedback on
your history and physical examination skills, communication skills,
and written note. A checklist score will be generated and shared
with you in addition to other verbal feedback on your global
performance. You will be provided with a written note summarizing
the feedback, highlighting areas of strengths and weaknesses. Two
students will be paired for the four station workshop, allowing
each student two "hands-on" experiences and two observation
I. Assessment orientation
II. 4 Station Clinical Skills Assessment
III. Detailed performance profiles of scores for each of the
areas of a Clinical Skills Examination:
Here are some comments from previous medical student
participants in this highly rated workshop:
- "These teachers are excellent! Want more time with
- "The training was desperately needed. I've really gained
insight on my strengths and weaknesses in the clinical
- "Best activity so far in the conference."
- "Feedback was key!"
Activities in the Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Skills Center are
free of charge to IM 2011 registrants, but are ticketed and require
to learn more.
March 2011 Issue of IMpact
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