What do you need to do before sitting the written component of the FRCS (Tr and Orth) examination? Practice, practice, practice. Sadly the MCQs and EMQs in the actual examination are not this straightforward. This book will help the orthopaedic surgeon preparing for the written part of the examination to be ready to face the task ahead. The MCQs and EMQs appear in the same format as the examination and cover the syllabus topics. Divided into subspecialty chapters, including trauma and basic science, this book is ideal for use alongside a revision plan. The questions have detailed answers and selected references, arming readers with the knowledge they need to approach the topic correctly. Written by recent, successful examination candidates, this question-and-answer-based revision guide is ideal preparation for the FRCS (Tr and Orth) examination as well as being helpful for other postgraduate orthopaedic exams.
This book includes a foreword by Nicola Maffulli, Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Keele University School of Medicine, and Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary and City General Hospital, Staffordshire. examination requires candidates to complete two papers in extended matching question (EMQ) and multiple choice question (MCQ) format. self-test format. Comprehensive answers are detailed at the end of each section. With a focus on high-yield topics, students can choose use the resource in the early stages as an overview of the subjects, then later as an ideal exam revision aid. There's nothing else like it! examination will find this an essential revision aid. It is also useful for Basic Surgical Trainees preparing for the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (MRCS) examination.
This book has been written specifically for candidates sitting the oral part of the FRCS (Tr & Orth) examination. It presents a selection of questions arising from common clinical scenarios along with detailed model answers. The emphasis is on current concepts, evidence-based medicine and major exam topics. Edited by the team behind the successful Candidate's Guide to the FRCS (Tr & Orth) Examination, the book is structured according to the four major sections of the examination; adult elective orthopaedics, trauma, children's/hands and upper limb and applied basic science. An introductory section gives general exam guidance and end section covers common diagrams that you may be asked to draw out. Each chapter is written by a recent (successful) examination candidate and the style of each reflects the author's experience and their opinions on the best tactics for first-time success. If you are facing the FRCS (Tr & Orth) you need this book.
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Best of Five MCQs for the Geriatric Medicine SCE is the first revision guide designed specifically for this new high-stakes exam. It contains 300 best of five questions with explanatory answers, each accurately reflecting the layout of questions in the exam. The book is divided into three exams for trainees to test themselves on, providing a thorough assessment of the candidate's geriatric medicine knowledge and covering all the main themes of the exam, for example, falls, dementia and delirium, palliative care, nutrition, and stroke. The explanatory answers include references to guidelines and other sources to enable candidates' further reading and study. Ideal for Geriatric Medicine Specialty Registrars, trainees revising for the Geriatric Medicine Specialty Certificate Examination or the Diploma in geriatric medicine.