INTERCOLLEGIATE MRCS APPLIED BASIC SCIENCE MCQS PDF

First time applicants whose names do not appear on the registers of the GMC or Medical Council Ireland must submit their original certificate or an authenticated copy of a medical degree acceptable to the councils of the four colleges. Application for admission to the exam must reach us no later than 5pm on the closing date. The papers cover generic surgical sciences and applied knowledge, including the core knowledge required in all nine specialties as follows: Paper 1: applied basic sciences Paper 2: principles of surgery in general To achieve a pass in Part A, you will be required to demonstrate a minimum level of competence in each paper in addition to achieving or exceeding the pass mark set for the combined total mark for Part A. Syllabus The MRCS exam will only test knowledge at the level expected of all trainees completing core training irrespective of their chosen specialty. The syllabus is divided into 10 modules: Module 1: basic science knowledge relevant to surgical practice Module 2: common surgical conditions Module 3: basic surgical skills Module 4: the assessment and management of the surgical patient Module 5: perioperative care of the surgical patient Module 6: assessment and early treatment of the patient with trauma Module 7: surgical care of the paediatric patient Module 8: management of the dying patient Module 9: organ and tissue transplantation Module professional behaviour and leadership skills For detailed information on the MRCS syllabus please visit the intercollegiate exam website. Booking options.

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Download This is a concise revision guide to the core basic sciences for all surgical trainees preparing for Part A of the Intercollegiate MRCS examination. Covering anatomy, physiology and pathology it has been written in a style to facilitate easy learning of the essential facts, with indications of both their clinical relevance and importance.

This book concentrates on those topics which tend to be recurring examination themes for initial surgical training. It will be an invaluable resource for the basic surgical trainee as well as proving useful for those in higher surgical training and for the surgically-inclined, well-motivated student.

The book covers in one volume all the essentials of the basic sciences — anatomy, physiology and pathology - to aid the candidate for the MRCS examination. In covering the applied basic science the books explains the application and clinical relevance of the three sciences. The contents concentrate on the recurring common themes of the examination, thus helping direct appropriate learning and focussing on the specific important areas of knowledge.

The book is illustrated with clear line drawings which are clearly annotated to aid learning. Now available on StudentConsult with a downloadable ebook version included. Each answer will refer back to text for further reading as required.

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