In the Clinical Radiology Training Program there is Phase 1 and Phase 2 Examinations.
Phase 1: Assess a trainee’s competency and required level of knowledge and understanding of Anatomy and Applied Imaging Technology (AIT) as they relate to clinical radiology. Each examination has a unique and targeted approach to assessing a trainee’s knowledge and ability.
Phase 2: Written components, assess the depth and breadth of a trainee’s core and advanced knowledge in Pathology and Clinical Radiology through written examinations.
The OSCER is a capstone assessment to assess competence to practice autonomously as a clinical radiologist, incorporating clinical reasoning, clinical judgement, medical skills and knowledge as well as broader intrinsic roles including communication and professionalism.