This is the first revision guide to map directly to the new structure of the FRCR Final Part A examination (CR2A). Spanning a broad range of topics, the book follows the core clinical radiology curriculum, covering all modalities.
Author: Teck Yew Chin
Publisher: CRC Press
This is the first revision guide to map directly to the new structure of the FRCR Final Part A examination (CR2A). Spanning a broad range of topics, the book follows the core clinical radiology curriculum, covering all modalities. It is divided into 7 test papers, consisting of 120 mixed SBA-type questions with detailed answers in sequential order. Every answer is followed by a short explanation and relevant discussion around the topic with appropriate references. Each paper should take three hours to complete. Delivering over 20 hours of focused exam practice, this guide is a sound investment for trainee radiologists preparing for their Final Part A exam.
Questions are categorised in the same six modules that compose the FRCR 2A: • Cardiothoracic and vascular • Musculoskeletal and trauma • Gastro-intestinal • Genito-urinary, adrenal, obstetrics and gynaecology, breast • Paediatric ...
Author: Stuart Currie
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
SBAs for the Final FRCR is an invaluable guide to the new Single Best Answer (SBA) paper for the Final FRCR examination, providing over 350 SBA-style questions and referenced answers written in the style of the Royal College of Radiologists. Each question is accompanied by a concise yet detailed model answer carrying references and additional notes. The answers also act as a useful reference source for many of the key topics found in the syllabus. Questions are categorised in the same six modules that compose the FRCR 2A: • Cardiothoracic and vascular • Musculoskeletal and trauma • Gastro-intestinal • Genito-urinary, adrenal, obstetrics and gynaecology, breast • Paediatric • Central nervous system, head and neck Written by a group of authors who have recently successfully completed the exams, SBAs for the Final FRCR is an essential revision aid for all candidates undertaking the FRCR Part 2A.
Providing everything you need to pass the FRCR Part 2A, this book provides a thorough assessment of a candidate's radiological knowledge.
Author: Richard Lindsay
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Providing everything you need to pass the FRCR Part 2A, this book provides a thorough assessment of a candidate's radiological knowledge. The book is divided into six chapters, with 75 questions in each chapter, mirroring the modules and exam papers laid out by the Royal College of Radiologists. This makes you as familiar as possible with its style, content and structure and facilitates directed learning. All questions have been formulated to reflect the current best practice and evidenced-base, ensuring candidates' knowledge of their field is up-to-date. A detailed explanation is provided for each question, including references to review publications or widely-used textbooks, which allow detailed follow-up on the issues discussed.
Megan Bydder, Alexander Clark, Nicholas Coupe, John Pattison. When
attempting SBAs, it is advisable to read the question carefully and attempt to
formulate the answer initially without looking at the options. If you are unsure of
the answer, ...
Author: Megan Bydder
Publisher: CRC Press
Reflecting the latest change to the exam, the introduction of single best answer questions (SBAs), this book is completely up to date and offers a valuable insight into the new exam format. Providing candidates with a wealth of practice questions and organized by subject matter into the modular format, this comprehensive collection of practice SBAs
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Author: T. Justin Clark
Publisher: CRC Press
This study guide offers a systematic, comprehensive and focused approach to preparation for the MRCOG Part 3 Clinical Assessment exam. After an initial introduction, the text divides by OSCE station, beginning with an analysis of what the station is testing and what approaches and preparation are required, supported by tips and examples; this is followed by thoroughly worked practice questions based upon the exam format, with an analysis of how these are likely to be marked. Practice exam 'circuits' with fully worked questions and answers conclude the book.
Author: Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain)Publish On: 2009
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Author: Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain)
Includes selected papers from meetings of the Society and of its sections
This is an SBA question book aimed at the post-graduate radiology market, specifically those taking the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiology (FRCR) part 2 ('final') exams.
Author: Amanda Rabone
Publisher: CRC Press
This is an SBA question book aimed at the post-graduate radiology market, specifically those taking the Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiology (FRCR) part 2 ('final') exams. This is a complementary title to The Final FRCR: Complete Revision Notes, which published in 2018. Part 2 of the FRCR is itself composed of two elements. Part 2a is a series of six multiple choice exams covering the major body systems: musculoskeletal & trauma, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, head and neck, pediatrics and chest. Part 2b involves a written exam and an oral viva and is typically taken at the beginning of the fourth year of specialty training. Approximately 700-1000 trainees sit the exam each year. The SBAs would also be applicable for those studying for other exams or coming to the UK to site the UK exams from Asia and the Middle East. Key Features Resource designed for those taking the final FRCR (UK exam) designed to be a complimentary product to The Final FRCR: Revision Notes. Templated question format across the six major body systems. Written by recent graduates of the FRCR exams who know how best to approach the topic. Reviewed by senior advisors.