MRCP PasTest 2018 part 1
Get Through MRCOG Part 2 1st Edition
Get Through MRCOG Part 2: SBAs provides 3 exams’ worth of questions mapped to the RCOG syllabus in the newly introduced SBA style. With detailed explanations and relevant references to guidelines, this is the definitive resource for those taking the MRCOG Part 2 examination.
Basic Science for Core Medical Training and the MRCP (Oxford Specialty Training: Basic Science) 1st Edition
Providing a clear explanation of the relevant medical science behind the individual medical specialties, Basic Science for Core Medical Training and the MRCP, is an indispensable part of a candidate’s MRCP preparation. Directly linked to the Royal College exam, the book follows the same systems-based approach as the syllabus for accurate and effective revision.
With full coverage of basic science for the medical specialities, the book features material on genetics, cellular, molecular and membrane biology, and biochemistry. Content is presented in an illustrated and easy-to-read format, ensuring that the basic science for each medical specialty is more approachable and accessible. A focus on how the basic sciences aid understanding of clinical practice is reinforced through key tables of differential diagnoses and pharmacology.
Ten multiple choice questions at the end of each chapter consolidate learning and enable candidates to test their knowledge. The book also covers common examination errors and areas of misunderstanding to aid learning and help candidates avoid common pitfalls.
Get Through MRCP: PACES 1st Edition
Concise Notes in Oncology for MRCP and MRCS (MasterPass) 3rd Edition
This new updated and expanded edition challenges many widely held views on the links between poverty and child health. It brings together new evidence, both historical and current, and considers the practical implications for health and social policy, outlining innovative approaches to future development. Poverty and Child Health is vital reading for paediatricians and child health workers, doctors and health service managers, social service professionals, social scientists and everyone with an interest in shaping health and social policy.
MRCP Part 2 Self-Assessment: Medical Masterclass Questions and Explanatory Answers (MasterPass) (Pt. 2) 1st Edition
“MRCP Part 2 Self-Assessment” is the perfect revision aid. Drawn from the highly successful Medical Masterclass material from the Royal College of Physicians of London, this concise volume is specifically designed to cover the topics and format found in the Membership to the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) Part 1 examination. The large scale, lavishly illustrated, full-colour format makes it easy to comprehend complex topics.With contributions from an extensive list of prestigious and authoritative professionals, the questions cover all areas of assessment, including the scientific background the medicine, general clinical skills, acute medicine and a range of specialties. It is ideal for examination MRCP candidates, doctors preparing for the European Diploma in internal medicine and junior doctors wanting to revise their knowledge and skills.’This collection of self-assessment questions and explanatory answers has been drawn from Medical Masterclass, which is produced and published by the Royal College of Physicians of London. The questions have been specifically written to help doctors in their first few years of training to test and revise their medical knowledge and skills; and in particular to pass postgraduate examinations, such as the MRCP(UK)’ – John D Firth, in the Introduction.
MRCP Cardiology MCQs (MasterPass) 1st Edition
Cardiology is a large and critical branch of internal medicine, and as such covers a vast amount of the knowledge tested in Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians (MRCP) exams. This study guide contains 150 multiple choice questions (MCQs), each with various numbers of stem answers. The questions cover a wide range of both cardiology and cardiovascular pharmacology and encompass both basic anatomy and physiology of the heart, through to advanced topics such as evidence-based medicine. The questions are supplemented at the back of the book with explanatory answers to aid further revision and study.
OE MRCP Part 1 CARCIOLOGY 2017
MRCPUK Specialty Certificate Examinations
Our globally recognised Specialty Certificate Examinations (SCEs) offer physicians a postgraduate qualification which demonstrates to prospective employers achievement of a standard required of UK specialist trainees.
If you would like more information on when and how to apply as well as tips on revision and preparation, register your details here.
The purpose of the Specialty Certificate Examinations (SCEs) is to:
A Specialty Certificate Examination is now a compulsory component of assessment for Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) for all UK trainees whose specialist training began in or after August 2007 and is in one of the following specialties:
There are no eligibility requirements for international candidates.
The SCEs meet requirements for knowledge-based assessments that are a part of the curricula submitted to the General Medical Council (GMC) by the Specialist Advisory Committees (SACs). UK trainees who have completed MRCP(UK) would normally take the SCE during higher specialist training, and should have made at least one attempt by the time of their penultimate year assessment. The SCE is a prerequisite for attainment of the CCT.
Candidates should be aware that the examinations are a test of their knowledge of key areas of the UK specialty training curriculum. The competences tested by the SCE are clearly stated in the specialty curriculum (available on the JRCPTB website). The SCE forms part of the package of assessment that Specialty Trainees are required to complete in order to obtain their CCT; it is not designed to test only knowledge of everyday working practice.
MRCP(UK) values the feedback it receives from candidates who take our examinations. The responses in surveys are analysed in detail and reported to examining boards.
A lot of comments are left in response to the question in the survey about the quality of images, particularly about the lack of facilities for manipulating images (e.g. with a zoom function).
Candidates should be aware that all of the information necessary to answer the question is in the image provided and the stem. Images are checked by Examining Boards on computer displays that match the specification of those at the examination centre; we deliberately do not include questions that require images to be manipulated as we are aware that this function is not available.
Following hot on the heels of the launch of the new syllabus and new MRCPsych exam in Spring 2008 by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, this book contains 450 multiple choice questions to help psychiatry trainees to prepare for paper 1 of the exam. Supporting these MCQs are detailed explanatory answers and revision notes, referenced to the key textbooks used by trainees. The book’s content is closely matched to the MRCPsych syllabus and includes practice papers for true exam preparation.