Using an Objective Structured Clinical Examination for Bachelor of Midwifery students' preparation for practice

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Women and Birth, 2014, 27 (2), pp. 108 - 111
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The use of BPGs to ensure that OSCEs focus on important aspects of knowledge and practice helped students to learn and to perform well. Students' confidence in their ability for the imminent professional experience placement was high. OSCEs designed with the BPGs should be implemented broadly across midwifery education to enhance students' competence and provide rigorous meaningful assessment.
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