Journal: Medical Teacher Author: Fu, C.P., Yeh, J.H., Su, C.T., Liu, C.H., Chang, W.Y. et al Publication Date: May 2017 Volume Number: Epub ahead Issue: of print
Description: Objective structured clinical examinations (OSCEs) have been administered in physical and psychiatric occupational therapy (OT) education, but not in pediatric OT education. The objectives were to examine the satisfaction and the influences of OSCE in pediatric OT on all participants.


The OSCE contained evaluation, intervention, and parent education stations. Sixty examinees, 44 child standardized patients (SPs), 44 chaperones, three playroom managers, 14 OSCE assistants, and 15 examiners participated in the OSCE. An OSCE video and three playrooms were prepared for child SPs
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