Interested in becoming a MCC physician examiner?

The Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE) Part II and the National Assessment Collaboration (NAC) exam are objective structured clinical examinations (OSCE) that consist of a series of clinical stations. Each station includes a brief written statement which introduces a clinical problem and directs candidates to appropriately examine a standardized (simulated) patient (SP). In most stations, a physician examiner (PE) is present to observe and assess the patient-physician interaction.

Please visit the following pages for additional eligibility requirements and benefits of becoming a PE for the NAC exam and for the MCCQE Part II.