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Peer observation in simulated CASC events and its effects on learning
Aims and method Passing the MRCPsych Clinical Assessment of Skills and Competencies (CASC) is a significant challenge for trainee psychiatrists. We describe the process of setting up a new educational intervention of a simulated CASC examination incorporating peer observation, and report the findings from these events. Results The training events involved a series of simulated scenarios followed by personalised feedback from examiners. Peer observation was a fundamental part of the events anddoi:10.1192/pb.bp.112.039677 fatcat:fqwj3gdmm5a4xnip43sxhgnqiu