About EBEEM (European Board OF Emergency Medicine )  PART B EXAM

This Exam assesses the clinical skills, behaviours and knowledge required for independent practice in adults and children Emergency Medicine  including pre-hospital care as described in the curriculum. This part of the examination presents scenarios to the candidate, who is expected to manage the scenarios. The scenarios encompass a range of situations including:

Leadership of resuscitation

  •  Direct clinical evaluation of patients
  • Discussion of difficult situations with simulated patients, relatives and staff
  • Interpretation of clinical data and discussion of management plans by structured oral questioning
  •  Demonstration of clinical skills
  •  Education and training of others around clinical situations

The exam consists of 6 structured clinical (OSCE) stations and 2 structured oral (viva) stations. They will last 10 minutes each, and you will have 5 minutes in between for reading instructions. There are also 2 rest stations. Some candidates will begin or end on a rest station. 

Each station or scenario is judged independently and candidates are expected to pass at least 6 out of 8 scenarios. There is a minimum of two examiners present at each station.

 The structured clinical (OSCE) stations will consist of:

 Clinical interaction

Role players


The structured oral (viva) stations will consist of:

 Questions – listen carefully – give a rationale for your answers

 The examiner will move you on - don’t worry, it is a quick pace

 Be structured in your response if you can 

  Pace yourself

 Duration: Candidates should expect to be at this portion of the exam for at least half a day.

 Completion: Candidates who pass both parts of the exam will be invited to attend the Awards Ceremony at EUSEM annual European  Congress on Emergency Medicine. The highest scoring candidates will receive special recognition. 

How London Clinical Courses can help candidates to get through EBEEM PART B. 

London Clinical Courses has a proven record of more than 85% success rate in Royal College of Emergency Medicine OSCES,  our faculty includes senior emergency medicine NHS UK consultants who have vast experience of teaching and assessing emergency medicine OSCEs. 

Our unique, interactive and exam focused preparation has helped 100s of international emergency medicine doctors to sail through these toughest exams smoothly.

EBEEM part B preparation course

We have a team of dedicated consultants who have actually gone through this exam, so everything we will teach will be exam focused and highly relevant, whole EBEEM part B exam course is designed by Dr Ashfaque Sorathia (Dr ASH) who is working as an emergency medicine consultant in NHS UK and has more than 8 years of OSCE teaching experience in UK.

Duration of course,

This is 2 long days intense course which will cover all relevant aspect of EBEEM part B.

Day 1 will be interactive teaching, assessments and constructive feedbacks.

Day 2 will be mocks assessment of all relevant components of EBEEM part B exam



Course Venue and Dates:

Course will be arranged in same city where EBEEM part B exam will take place just few days before the exam so that candidate doesn’t have to make separate travel arrangements. This will give candidate an excellent opportunity to revise and polish their skills with senior emergency medicine consultants just before actual exams, so in other words it will be

                                 “Facing an examiner just before exam”


EBEEM part B  is very a high standard exam which assesses candidate at consultant level therefore a very high standard performance is expected from candidates compare to MRCEM C exam  which assesses candidates at Junior Registrar level. Communication and referral part is attached to all resuscitation scenarios in EBEEM part B which makes this exam more difficult, time keeping can be challenging during exam stress therefore thorough practise is required.