Educators’ Corner Blog
At the University of Toronto’s Medical School, at the end of their second year of a four-year training program, every medical student must pass an objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) before proceeding to their clerkship year. That exam requires proof of competency in several clinical realms including the examination of the ear and eye.
It was our pleasure to assist with the Basic Otology Workshop at the annual ENT for the PA-C Conference in Orlando on March 31st.
The workshop was presented by Jeff Fichera, PA-C and president of the Society of Physician Assistants in Otorhinolaryngology /Head & Neck Surgery (SPAO-HNS).