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EMQs for the MRCS. [electronic resource] / Part A / Mr Sri G. Thrumurthy MBChB(Hons), MRCS, Core Trainee in General Surgery, London Deanery, UK, Miss Tania S. de Silva MBChB, MRCS(Ed), Specialty Registrar in General Surgery, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Sheffield, UK, Mr Zia M. Moinuddin MBBS, MRCS, Specialty Registrar in General Surgery, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK, Professor Stuart Enoch MBBS, MRCS(Ed), PGCert (Med Sci), MRCS(Eng), PhD, Clinical Director, Centre for Study of Wound Care and Burns, Visiting Professor, Department of Biomedical Research Noorul Islam University, India, Director of Education and Research, Doctors Academy, Cardiff, UK.

By: Contributor(s): Series: Oxford specialty trainingPublication details: Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2013]Description: xvii, 156 pagesContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9780191656033 (e-book)
  • 9780199645640 (paperback)
Subject(s): Genre/Form: DDC classification:
  • 617.0076 23
Online resources: Available additional physical forms:
  • Also available in printed form ISBN 9780199645640
Summary: This revision book is specifically designed to help candidates revise the MRCS syllabus, as defined by the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Project (ISCP). It features 250 questions divided into 96 themes. Specifically designed to help candidates revise for the MRCS exam, this book features 250 extended matching questions divided into 96 themes, covering the whole syllabus. Containing everything candidates need to pass the MRCS Part A EMQ section of the exam, the book focuses intensively on topics relating to principles of surgery-in-general, including peri-operative care, post-operative management and critical care, surgical technique and technology, management andlegal issues in surgery, clinical microbiology, emergency medicine and trauma management, and principles of surgical oncology. The high level of detail included within the questions and their explanations allows effective self-assessment of knowledge and quick identification of key areas requiring further attention. Varying approaches to extended matching questions are used, giving effective exam practice and guidance through revision and exam technique. This includes clinical case questions, positively-worded questions, requiring selection of the most appropriate of relatively correct answers; 'two-step' or'double-jump' questions, requiring several cognitive steps to arrive at the correct answer; as well as factual recall questions, prompting basic recall of facts.
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Includes index.

Formerly CIP. Uk

This revision book is specifically designed to help candidates revise the MRCS syllabus, as defined by the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Project (ISCP). It features 250 questions divided into 96 themes. Specifically designed to help candidates revise for the MRCS exam, this book features 250 extended matching questions divided into 96 themes, covering the whole syllabus. Containing everything candidates need to pass the MRCS Part A EMQ section of the exam, the book focuses intensively on topics relating to principles of surgery-in-general, including peri-operative care, post-operative management and critical care, surgical technique and technology, management andlegal issues in surgery, clinical microbiology, emergency medicine and trauma management, and principles of surgical oncology. The high level of detail included within the questions and their explanations allows effective self-assessment of knowledge and quick identification of key areas requiring further attention. Varying approaches to extended matching questions are used, giving effective exam practice and guidance through revision and exam technique. This includes clinical case questions, positively-worded questions, requiring selection of the most appropriate of relatively correct answers; 'two-step' or'double-jump' questions, requiring several cognitive steps to arrive at the correct answer; as well as factual recall questions, prompting basic recall of facts.

Also available in printed form ISBN 9780199645640

Electronic reproduction. Browns Books For Students. Mode of access: World Wide Web.