|End of MRCS Examination
by akanksha - 12076 reads, based on 4 votes
The current Intercollegiate MRCS examination is aimed at trainees who are undertaking Basic Surgical Training, with the structure and syllabus derived from the curriculum of training for Basic Surgical Trainees in the United Kingdom (UK) and the Republic of Ireland. With the introduction of the Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) project in the UK, the grade of Basic Surgical Trainee will cease to exist in the UK and trainees will commence, instead, a programme of Specialty Training. ...
|SBAs introduced in MRCS Part 1 Paper
by akanksha - 9837 reads, based on 7 votes
According to a latest announcement by the Royal College of Surgeons, England there appears to be a further change in the pattern of the MRCS Part 1 MCQ paper.
The change is expected in the style of questions, which will gradually takeover from the current True/False format to Single Best Answers (SBAs) types....
|syllabus for mrcs 1
by humera - 33288 reads, based on 33 votes
here is the syllabus for mrcs part 1.
hope it helps alot.
|Day Case Surgery
by akanksha - 5786 reads, based on 9 votes
Day case surgery implies that the patientís admission to the hospital is scheduled and the patient is supposed to be discharged the same day of admission.
Advantages for the patient and hospital:
-Reduced disruption of patientsí normal social lives
-Psychological benefit of avoiding prolonged hospital stay
-Reduced morbidity including nosocomial infections ...
|INTERCOLLEGIATE MRCS PART 1 APRIL 2005 RESULTS
by rcseng - 5970 reads, based on 3 votes