Undergraduate Medical Education

Standardized Patient Event
Program Director: Christine Mallar | Christine.Mallar@mainehealth.org
Teaching Format: Skills Assessment
Learner Type: Core Clerkship Medical Students
Estimated Time Commitment: 2 hour sessions
Time of Year: Early spring

The EOTYA is an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) at the end of the core clerkships that is designed to prepare students for advanced rotations and electives.


Christine Mallar

Christine Mallar

Christine joined the Simulation Center in January 2011 as the Standardized Patient Educator.  Prior to this role, Christine was a Certified Epic Ambulatory Trainer on the MaineHealth Epic implementation team.  Christine’s work experience is primarily in adult education, focused in healthcare application and systems training.  She began working in healthcare when she started providing technical support and training at the Lahey Clinic in 1997.  Christine moved to Maine in 2001 where she began training in a variety of clinical and non-clinical applications at Mercy Hospital.