MRCS part B revision course

14 Apr '18

14 - 15 April 2018
St George’s, University of London and the Royal Society of Medicine
Day one: St George’s, University of London, Cranmer Terrace, London SW17 0RE Day two: The Royal Society of Medicine, London, W1G 0AE

This weekend course will address common exam questions and will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the MRCS part B exam and a clear understanding of the level expected to pass.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain viva, hands on practice and to receive top tips to pass your exam.

The main topics covered in the revision course are: orthopaedics, neurosurgery and pathology just to name a few and with the unique opportunity for trainees to practise on real cadavers – this course sets itself aside from other competing courses.

This course is also designed by associate dean Kaji Sritharan whose experience in surgery speaks volumes, and we are so lucky that she has created this course and designed it from the ground up.

day one

Begin with interactive lectures covering key sub-specialties followed by small groups rotating through cadavers and prosections, in the anatomy lab, to allow focused time with anatomy demonstrators and for anatomy vivas.

day two

A day of intensive viva practice in pathology, applied surgical science and critical care, communication skills and history taking, and clinical examination and procedural skills. Delegates will rotate around 8 stations in each area and will receive feedback from qualified examiners.

Delegates will:
• Learn to tackle common questions
• Practice practical skills through prosections with real cadavers
• Learn from anatomy demonstrations
• Carry out intensive viva practice
• Receive feedback from qualified examiners

Want to win a free place?
Just email a one page CV to by Sunday 18th March

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