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Free
USMLE WORKSHOPS
IN INDIA

Face the USMLE with 100% Confidence 

Learn from the team that has helped thousands of students ace the USMLE in the past. Acquire the most up-to-date information about the USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK and CS. Take home the unique tips on  how to retain the most valuable information, manage time and much more.....

These Workshops are conducted by American MDs with Excellent Performance on the USMLE.

 
IMPORTANT!!!!!! Workshops in India have been postponed due to Coronavirus. For more info, call 76878 00005
Ahmedabad
Postponed due to Coronavirus
J B Auditorium
Postponed due to Coronavirus
J B Auditorium, AMA campus, Dr Vikram Sarabhai Marg, University Area, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380009, India
IMPORTANT NOTE! This FREE workshop is intended for M.B.B.S & M.D. students, graduates and practicing physicians only. Please do not register if you are a dentist, physiotherapist, pharmacologist, Homeopath (DHMS) or Ayurvedic doctor (BAMS).
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Hyderabad
Postponed due to Coronavirus
KLN Prasad Auditorium - FTCCI
Postponed due to Coronavirus
KLN Prasad Auditorium - FTCCI, 11-6-841, FTCCI Marg, Lakdikapul Rd, Hari Nagar, Red Hills, Redhills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500004, India
IMPORTANT NOTE! This FREE workshop is intended for M.B.B.S & M.D. students, graduates and practicing physicians only. Please do not register if you are a dentist, physiotherapist, pharmacologist, Homeopath (DHMS) or Ayurvedic doctor (BAMS).
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Delhi
Postponed due to Coronavirus
India International Centre
Postponed due to Coronavirus
India International Centre, India International Centre, 40, Lodhi Gardens, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi, Delhi 110003, India
IMPORTANT NOTE! This FREE workshop is intended for M.B.B.S & M.D. students, graduates and practicing physicians only. Please do not register if you are a dentist, physiotherapist, pharmacologist, Homeopath (DHMS) or Ayurvedic doctor (BAMS).
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Main Topic :

USMLE Step 2 CS

Topics discussed

  • How Patient Care in North America is different from India

  • Why being a competent physician doesn't mean anything in terms of failing or passing this exam (this exam DOESN'T test how good of a physician you are or how much clinical knowledge you possess; it tests your ability to perform specific tasks in a given time-frame, under immense pressure)

  • Appropriate mannerism of a physician 

  • Why interpersonal skills are of paramount importance

  • How to improve your interpersonal skills 

  • Focused history taking skills

  • How to detect clues in patient history 

  • How to dig for info when the patient is being difficult

  • How to deal with 'difficult' patients 

  • Focused Physical Exam skills

  • Time management during the patient encounter 

  • Do's and Don't s of the 'appropriate' patient care 

  • Patient note writing skills

  • How the patient note is graded and how to maximize the patient note score

  • How to type a complete patient note in the allotted time even if you don't know how to type!

  • How to counsel and not 'preach' the patient

  • What part of patient's life is your business and what part is not (basically how not to cross the line)

  • Why students fail this exam (and, if you failed in the past, how to CRUSH it next time!)

 

YOU WILL ALSO LEARN

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How to retain maximum information in minimum time

How to pace yourself during the exam so that you never run out of time

A brief overview of the computer based USMLE exams such as Step 1, Step 2 CK and Step 3

 
 

The Standardized Patient Experience with
Jorge L Ray

For the first time ever, a professional American Standardized Patient (SP) with more than 10 years of experience is travelling to India for these free workshops. The attendees will not only have a live-display of the Student-SP interaction but also get invaluable insight into how the SP's evaluate student's performance. Additionally, the SP will give tons of practical tips on how to impress the SP's during the actual USMLE Step 2 CS exam.

The ability to communicate effectively with patients, demonstrating appropriate interpersonal skills, is essential to safe and effective patient care. Step 2 CS is intended to determine whether physicians seeking an initial license to practice medicine in the United States, regardless of country of origin, can communicate effectively with patients. The standardized patients assess communication skills, interpersonal skills, and English-speaking skills via carefully developed rating scales on which the standardized patients (SPs) have received intensive training.

 
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CLINICAL ROTATIONS IN AMERICA

Get Hands-on Clinical Experience in America

You can inquire about and even schedule your Clinical Rotations in America right at the workshop venue!

A special discount for the Clinical Rotations will be offered to the workshop attendees.

Look for the Clinical Rotations Info Booth at the Workshop Venue.

 
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Our Background

As one of the leading USMLE Prep Courses in America, we attribute our reputation to our student centered approach. We are the only USMLE tutoring service in the country that offers unlimited access to our state of the art OSCE center for CS practice. We also offer unlimited revisions of our CK and Step 1 courses.  We believe that all of our students deserve the highest level of attention, and we are committed to providing just that.


With more than 10 years of experience in this field and an unmatched 99% success rate, NYCSPREP has helped 7,000+ students achieve success at the USMLE exams.

The upcoming Free USMLE Workshops are our way of saying thank you for making us the highest rated USMLE tutoring service.

 

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NYCSPREP 
2116 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, 3rd Floor, New York,  NY 10026

India 76878 00005, U.S. (646) 644 5554

 
 

*The USMLE®, or the United States Medical Licensing Examination® program, is owned by two entities: the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the National Board of Medical Examiners® (NBME®).

 

Disclaimer
We offer review courses for the purpose of preparation for the USMLE Examinations. There are no affiliations with the ECFMG, NBME, ERAS or NRMP. We are not affiliated with the USMLE or any other medical licensing examination authority.