Orthopaedics for the FRCS Revision Course
The FRCS (Orth) course is a three day course focusing on practice clinical and viva examinations and provides an opportunity for candidates to make final adjustments in preparation for the UK Orthopaedic Exit examination.
The programme includes keynote lectures on difficult or controversial topics but is essentially a Clinical / Viva primer. Each candidate will see a range of clinical cases and practice viva examination for 6 hours. Candidates without a strong background knowledge in Orthopaedic surgery will be at a considerable disadvantage and are discouraged from applying.
This is an intensive course for trainees coming to the FRCS (Orth) examination and includes viva practice and clinical examination in small groups as well as master classes on key clinical topics.
In order to make the course as interactive as possible, we have a very high faculty to candidate ratio and application should be made early as the course is limited to 16.
Mr M Jackson
Mr S Mehendale
Mr F Monsell
Orthopaedic Registrars applying for the FRCS (Trauma and Orth) Examination
Engineer's House, Bristol
8th - 10th January 2018
£725 including lunch and refreshments on all days.