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While there is widespread use of OSCE in general nursing school. Baromarajhachonnanee Chiang Mai Nursing College is focusing simply on students' knowledge and their abilities to nursing care for the emergency patients and developed the emergency care curriculum for all level of nursing students in our college. The emergency care curriculum includes knowledge, practice, and attitude of emergency nursing care, and provide the effective nursing care performance of nursing students. The objective of this paper is to describe the OSCE to access the emergency nursing performance of senior nursing students. OSCE will provide the necessary nursing skill for emergency patient care. This paper will explained the OSCE process, identified problem of OSCE using, and OSCE evaluation results.
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