Tag Archives: OSCE

OSCE preparation – supine

Tonight, I met with some students from the local midwifery school who are preparing for their final OSCE. How exciting! They wanted to review mechanisms and manoeuvres so that they feel confident performing for their exams.

The students will be expected to demonstrate their knowledge of supine/lithotomy skills, so we created a new video to help them remember what we practised.

 

For those wanting to review the mechanisms when a woman is in a supine position, this video, filmed with midwifery students at the University of Salford last year, may also be helpful.

The next study group, for professionals, students or women in and around Norwich, will be on Monday, the 8th of February, from 10am – 1pm. For more resources to prepare for OSCE’s, click on the OSCE tag.

— Shawn

The mechanisms, simplified

January 2015 – See below for videos explaining the mechanisms of breech birth in different maternal positionsdemonstrating

Yesterday, I was in snowy Salford – up north! Senior Lecturer and LME Elaine Uppal invited me with two goals: 1) to make sure her students thoroughly understood the mechanisms of breech birth in preparation for their vivas next week, and 2) to raise money for student electives abroad, particularly in Cambodia, where Elaine has a long-standing relationship with a midwifery twinning project.

After the study day, the students and I made two basic videos to assist their revision.

 

Good luck with your exams, student midwives!

Shawn

Taking a break .. not quite at the edge of the bed.

Taking a break .. not quite at the edge enough to hang & flex!

Jude Jones and Stacey Lee actively understanding women’s birthing positions