This open source free to access and free to publish journal will help in fulfilling publishing aspirations of otolaryngologists. This journal is indexed in: 1. DOAJ 2. NLM catalog 3. Proquest summons 4. Ebasco 5. Google scholar 6. Geneva foundation of medical education and research And many more
This text book is available on line, and it is free to access. It contains articles covering various topics from the field of otolaryngology.
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OSCE Notes in Otolaryngology
The conventional Clincial & Practical examination is beset with the following problems:
1. Lack of objectivity
2. Student skill variability
3. Examiner variability
4. The ability to examine a patient and to come to a conclusion is not observed by the examiner
5. The final evaluation score does not give adequate feedback to the candidate
In order to overcome these shortcomings, Harden introduced Objective structured clinical and practical examination (OSCE) in 1979. Gradually OSCE has become more acceptable examination modality due to its objectivity.