On Saturday, July 6, 2019 SCOME CIMSA FK UIN held a Clinical Simulation Training (CST). This CST is an event that aims to introduce and provide an overview of OSCE exam to first level FK UIN SH students, train clinical skills of first level FK UIN SH students, so that they are ready to face the OSCE exam and Basic Clinical Skills Training for medical students in improving their skills to become doctor. The event was held in the DK Room (Group Discussion) on the 5th floor of the Faculty of Medicine, UIN Jakarta, starting at 07.30-16.10 WIB.
The CST committee began arriving at 6.30 WIB to prepare all the necessities and equipment of activities such as installing banners, arranging chairs, preparing tools for examinations, posting questions in each room and also preparing snacks for the participants. The event began at 09.15 which was opened by the MC with a prayer and continued with the remarks by Project Officer and Local Coordinator of CIMSA FK UIN. Next is the delivery of implementation rules and delivery of group distribution. Each group is called in turn each time each stase is given 7 minutes by sharing 1 minute reading the questions and 6 minutes completing the phase, each stase change is marked by announce “Time to move out of the stase”, the stases tested amounted to 6 stages namely Injection IV, IM, SC, IC; Vital sign examination; Disinfection and suturing of wounds; N.cranial examination (7-12); Urinary catheterization; Thoracic Radiology. Each station has 1 – 2 examiners and an OP (Trial Person) who has held an assessment checklist paper for each participant.
At the time of implementation there were participants who understood the exam material tested, there were those who looked nervous, some did not remember the material tested at all, the majority of fatal mistakes were forgetting to wash their hands 7 steps first before starting. The group that has finished the exam simulation is not allowed to go home first because at the end of the activity there will be feedback from the examiners and the distribution of checklist papers for the assessment results so that they can be an evaluation for each participant related to the OSCE exam preparation. While waiting for the group to be finished, the participants were directed to a room with plenty of snacks and also presented a film so that participants did not feel bored while waiting for the end of the activity.
Based on the feedback from the participants, this event is very useful for medical students especially the first level because participants will have an overview of the OSCE exam that will be faced first on August 5 2019 and also train clinical skills as a provision of knowledge to become a doctor later. Next, the event ended with feedback from the examiners, a question and answer session and a group photo between the participants, and the committee.