Abstract Background: The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) and Multi Mini
Interviews (MMI) are established tools in the repertoire of clinical assessment methods in
Schools of Medicine and Health Sciences worldwide. The use of OSCEs facilitates the
assessment of psychomotor skills as well as knowledge and attitudes. Identified benefits of OSCE assessment include development of students' confidence in their clinical skills and preparation for clinical practice. However, a number of challenges exist with the traditional ...