|Books to read for MRCPCH Examination
by RxPG - 110605 reads, based on 50 votes
The following is the book list for the preparation
of MRCPCH Examination. This list is based on the recommendations of the RxPG
members who have passed their MRCPCH exam.
Must Have Books
Revision Notes in Paediatrics for the MRCPCH by R.M. Beattie, M. Champion
A guide to revision for the MRCPCH examination. The book is indexed for easy
cross-referencing and includes a complete glossary of abbreviations. Essential
information is highlighted throughout each of the 19 chapters. Diagrams, pie
charts, illustrations and lists aid learning.
Part 1 Paediatric MCQs with Individual Subject Summaries by Mark, MRCP Bea...
|Sample questions for updated MRCPCH Exam paper
by rcpch - 64913 reads, based on 103 votes
This article contains Sample questions for updated MRCPCH Exam paper (revised in January 2004 - details available in rxpg site)
From the first examination in 2004, to be held Wednesday 21st January, the MRCPCH Part I examination will consist of two papers.
Paper One A (Basic Child Health) will focus on the areas of child health that are relevant to those who will be working with children in their medical careers, not just those entering mainstream hospital-based paediatrics. The areas to be tested will be those conditions likely to be seen in 6 to 12 months of hospital, community or primary care practice.
Paper One B (Extended Paediatrics) will focus on the more complex paediatric p...
|MRCPCH Part 1; Latest syllabus for the exam
by rxpg - 33604 reads, based on 44 votes
Influences on Health and Disease: Social and
Causes of disadvantage - cycles of disadvantage -
groups at high risk
Effects of disadvantage on health and development:
physical, mental, emotional, social, educational
Identification of disadvantaged groups
Family: size, nuclear, extended, one parent,
stable, reconstituted, disturbed, excessive
|MRCPCH Part 1 Exam: Essential Information
by tegs - 21104 reads, based on 28 votes
The MRCPCH examination for the Diploma of Membership of the Royal College of Physicians and Child Health. It consists of two parts, MRCPCH Part 1and MRCPCH Part 2.
The MRCPCH does not confer specialist status. In the UK, it is recognised as an entry qualification for higher specialist training.
|Where to take the exam: MRCPCH Part 1
by tegs - 14015 reads, based on 9 votes
There are several regional centres where candidates may sit the MRCPCH Part 1 examination. However, not all the centres are open for every sitting.