Get Through MRCP Part 1: BOFs provides over 600 questions and answers, allowing the reader to test their knowledge in preparation for the MRCP Part 1 examination. Questions are presented in the style used in the real examination, and answers are supplemented with useful additional explanatory material to help the reader understand why their answer was right, or wrong. The book offers a useful review of all elements of the syllabus, so the reader can feel fully prepared when they enter the examination room.
By (author): Stephen Hoole, Andrew Fry, Rachel Davies
Cases for PACES is concise, ideal for quick reference, and the perfect study aid to Part II of the MRCP examination. Including all the essential information for the exam in colour-coded sections for each station, it lets you quickly understand the most common cases.
Now in full colour, it features new case material, updated content on ethics and law, and revised brief clinical consultations that better reflect the current exam. Cases for PACES also includes hints and tips for preparing for the exam, and what to expect on the day.
The authors have condensed their own experiences in learning and teaching PACES to provide you with exactly what you need to pass. With its informal style it is ideal for self-directed learning in groups, and will help you hone your clinical skills and boost your confidence throughout your revision.
By (author): Philippa J. Easterbrook MB BChir BSc(Hons) FRCP DTM&H MPH
Written for candidates sitting their MRCP Part 1 examination, this revision focuses on the recurring themes which come up in the questions. The book also includes a chapter on clinical pharmacology (which alone accounts for up to 30% of the questions), looking at aspects of drug-induced disease and drug interactions. Finally there is a chapter on statistics and epidemiology which is rarely covered in other texts, but is often included in the exam.
Helps MRCP Part 1 candidates prepare for and pass their exam.
Addresses an increasingly important topic in the exam.
Addresses a topic that is vital to passing the exam, but which most candidates are poorly prepared for.
Covers all the relevant basic science subjects plus includes clinical pharmacology.
Is of use to candidates studying for other postgraduate exams such as PLAB, USMLE and MRCPCH.
Is the first book of its kind in the membership market and is now regarded as essential for exam preparation.
By (author): Rashmi Kaushal, Sajini Wijetilleka, Sanjay Sharma
Rapid Review of PACES is an essential guide for the MRCP PACES examination that has been fully updated to include the revised exam format, covering all five clinical stations, including Brief Clinical Consultation, History Taking, Communication Skills and Ethics. This book includes the most common case based clinical scenarios and provides practical advice on approach to the patient, inspection of signs and examination technique, with thorough explanations of how to interpret the elicited signs. The systematic clinical examination techniques given by this book will help serve as templates as you develop your own style and perfect your clinical skills as you strive to become that better physician!
This book is an invaluable resource with 400 self-assessment cases and data interpretation questions covering all aspects of internal medicine. It has great breadth of coverage, superb illustration, lively presentation, precise answers and detailed discussion.
By (author): Anthony Warrens, Malcolm Persey, Michael Fertleman, Stephen Powis
Trainees in preparation for the MRCP examination will welcome the much-anticipated new edition of this ‘gold standard’ revision book. Revised and updated throughout to encompass new developments in medical diagnostics and therapeutics, and restructured to reflect the recent changes in the format of the Part 2 written examination, the book continues to offer a more detailed and examination-orientated approach than other revision guides on the market. The appeal of the book lies not only in the careful adherence to the examination format, but also in the invaluable hints it provides on exam technique, with suggestions of information that will be helpful when tackling the exam presented in a ‘revision-friendly’ boxed format.
Features: Used Book in Good Condition By (author): Stephen Hoole, Andrew Fry, Daniel Hodson, Rachel Davies
Cases for PACES provides a concise study aid to Part II of the MRCP examination; the Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills or PACES. The new edition of this very popular study guide has been completely updated, and now includes scenarios for Station 5, introduced in October 2009. Featuring a ‘case study’ format that matches the style of the exam, it includes all the essential information – perfect for on-the-ward revision and study. Written by authors who remember their own PACES examination, their experience in learning and teaching PACES is condensed to provide exactly what you need to know to pass. With its informal style, Cases for PACES is also ideal for self-directed learning in groups, and will help you hone your clinical skills and boost your confidence in the run-up to the examination. For more titles to help you prepare for MRCP examinations go to www.wileymedicaleducation.com
By (author): Gautam Mehta, Bilal Iqbal, Deborah Bowman
Volume 2 of a two volume MRCP text, this book includes cases which mimic the style and approach of the MRCP PACES exam. Clinical Medicine for MRCP PACES will equip the candidate attempting the MRCP examination with the skills and knowledge necessary for success, and will also provide an overview of evidence-based medicine for competency-based training. Throughout this and Volume 1, the authors explore all aspects of the candidate’s performance, from clinical examination, to presentation, communication and medical ethics and up-to-date clinical evidence.
Volume 2 includes 75 cases and covers Stations 2 and 4: Station 2 covers history taking skills; Station 4 covers communication skills and ethics. This book follows a structured approach to history taking and communication issues, which not only facilitates learning and understanding, but is also required for other workplace based assessments. This book will continue with the theme of Volume 1, in providing candidates with an accurate, authoritative, evidence-based companion for both the MRCP examination, and postgraduate training in the MMC era.
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Professor Kalra’s unique and longstanding bestseller has been comprehensively updated and revised to reflect recent exam changes. With each chapter authored by renowned experts in their respective specialties and with key information displayed in a concise and structured format, this book remains the definitive guide to the MRCP written examinations.