Be a patient

Be a patient

To help medical students prepare for their OSCEs (Objective Structured Clinical Examination), the RSM runs OSCE training days and we need sixth-form students to volunteer and help run these events.

An OSCE is much like the MMI (Multiple Mini Interview) format used by medical schools. By being involved you will gain valuable insight into the interview format and help you prepare for your own interviews.

Work could involve being a patient at an examination station, help setting up examination stations or acting as a timekeeper. In return, you will get great experience to add to your CV and personal statement, as well as a certificate of participation.

Be an examiner

Be an examiner

We regularly run training days, such as OSCEs, and to run these events we rely on the generosity and contribution of time and skills from established professionals to help guide those who are being trained and impart their knowledge and wisdom.

We are always looking for doctors who have one of the following qualifications to teach our students:

  • MRCS
  • MRCGP
  • MRCP
  • MRCPCH
  • MRCOG
  • MRCOpth
  • MRCPsych

If you are interested in getting teaching experience and extra credit on your CV, then please consider volunteering.

How to apply

To apply to be a volunteer email your CV to rsmprofessionals@rsm.ac.uk.