MRCS Part B and OSCE Courses on February

Untitled-1This course is suitable for candidates appearing for one of the following exams:
Intercollegiate MRCS Part B International – Oral, Clinical & Communications
Intercollegiate MRCS Part B International – Clinical & Communication Resit
Candidates can attend one or all days of the course as appropriate
Intercollegiate MRCS Part B International – Clinical Resit
Intercollegiate MRCS Part B International – Communication Resit
New format of Intercollegiate MRCS Part B OSCE

Preparing for the MRCS B OSCE

We recently asked our MRCS B customers who sat the May exam for one piece of advice to pass onto future candidates.

There were some great responses about what to focus on, including anatomy, specific procedural skills and generally gaining a breadth of knowledge, rather than depth.

If you’re planning to take the MRCS B OSCE in the near future, make sure you take a look at the full advice to help you prepare for your exam.
(Article taken from pastest.co.uk)

IBC  presently conducting the Oral, Clinical and Communications Part of this course in a three-day intensive review of all the essential things you need to know on how to pass the exam. It is conducted in a hospital-like setting and is taught by Dr. Stuart Enoch from the UK.

COURSE OUTLINE:

I. Oral Course (Interactive Session)

  • Surgical Physiology and Critical Care
  • Applied Anatomy & Operative Surgery
  • Surgical Pathology & Principles of Surgery

II. Clinical Course (Demonstrative & Practice)

  • Approach to Clinical Examination
  • Examination Skills practice on male subjects
  • Practice of Clinical cases with real patients
  • (Topics—Head & Neck, Breast, Skin Trunk, Groin and Scrotum Vascular & Orthopedic)

III. Communication Skills (Information Giving & Gathering)

IV. Individual Feedback

   

COURSE FACULTY LED BY:

Dr. Stuart Enoch
MBBS, MRCS (Edin), MRCS (Eng), PhD
Executive Director
Doctors Academy Group

 

 

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