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Uploaded on Jun 14, 2011
Students in the Harrison School of Pharmacy continue to consider the Objective Structured Clinical Exam to be one of the more difficult exams required in the school.
But next year, the difficulty rises to a new level, with much more at stake than ever before -- graduation.
Since 2005, with the start of a new curriculum, the school has used the OSCE (pronounced "ah-skee") to test students on the objectives covered each semester for three years in the skills lab course, Contemporary Aspects of Pharmacy Practice. Students are graded on skills they exhibit in real-life situations with community members 'acting' as patients.