Candidates preparing for part 1 & 2 of Postgradutae Exit Exams:
• FRCS (Tr&Orth) exam – UK and International
• EBOT exam
• SICOT Diploma
Useful for those who would like to supplement their ISCP portfolio :The structered assessment and feedback can be added to your ISCP portfolio .
The Postgraduate Exit Orthopaedic Examination preparation course has been expertly developed to cater to candidates at all stages of their exam preparation. It is designed to equip candidates with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the examination.
The faculty members who have been carefully selected to teach the course are experienced in coaching candidates for the FRCS (T&O) examination. They are passionate about helping candidates achieve their maximum potential and succeed in the examination. All faculty members are senior orthopaedic colleagues with advanced education in teaching and feedback, ensuring a professional and comprehensive learning experience
• Identify areas of knowledge which may need further study and understanding.
• Practice answering questions in a focused format to reach the main points quickly as in a clinical or viva situations .
• Exposure to many types of questions and topics .
• Cover high yield topics and difficult concepts .
• Greater understanding of where to focus study prior to the examination .
• Study tips and tricks .
Structure of the Course
A set of questions are presented and candidates have the opportunity to practice their answers with the teaching faculty .
Detailed discussion of the questions & answers and clarification of main points to assess understanding will take place.
There will be adequate time for questions and individual feedback .
- 08.45 – 09.00 Login and registration
- 09.00– 09:15 Welcome, Housekeeping, how it works.
- 09:15– 10:15 Basic Sciences cases and discussion of answers
- 10:15 – 11:15 Paediatric cases and discussion of answers
- 11:15 – 12:15 Hands cases and discussion of answers
- 12:15– 13:15 Adult Pathology cases and discussions of answers
- 13:15 – 13:45 Lunch break and informal Q & A with faculty
- 13:45 – 14:45 Trauma cases and discussion of answers
- 14:45 – 15:45 Upper Limb Clinical cases and discussion of answers
- 15:45 – 16:45 Lower Limb Clinical cases and discussion of answers
- 16:45 – 17:00 Q & A , Conclusions and close
Each participant is given an outcome (clear pass, clear fail or borderline) at the end of their question. The outcome grade is based on:
- Methodical approach to your answer.
- Your ability for clear decision making.
- Minimal prompting.
- Familiarity with supportive literature