Dublin FRCEM Intermediate and MRCEM OSCE

Dublin FRCEM Intermediate and MRCEM OSCE 2017-10-26T09:18:41+00:00

FRCEM and MRCEM Courses Dublin, Ireland

Bromley Emergency Courses were delighted to have been invited to Dublin, Ireland by the Irish Emergency Medicine Trainees Association (IEMTA) to deliver their new FRCEM Intermediate SAQ Course September 2016.

FRCEM Intermediate SAQ Course (Dublin, Ireland):

Next Course: TBA. Click HERE for course programme.

Course Leads: Dr Ian Stell and Dr Mathew Hall

Venue: TBA

mathew-and-chetThe FRCEM Intermediate Certificate Short Answer Question (SAQ) Paper is intended to test a candidates application of Emergency Medicine knowledge. This is done through 60 SAQ questions covering the breadth of Emergency Medicine practice as outlined in the 2015 RCEM Emergency Medicine Curriculum. Questions will carry three marks each and likely require the interpretation of clinical cases and accompanying clinical data such as ECGs, blood test results, clinical pictures, X-rays and CT scans. Answering the questions will require a thorough familiarity with the presentation and  management of emergency cases - adult, paediatric, medicine, surgery and trauma - as well as anesthetics, intensive care medicine, practical procedures and the common competencies.

Our intensive two day FRCEM Intermediate SAQ Course will take you through the required knowledge for the Intermediate SAQ paper in a series of lectures given by our experienced faculty of Emergency Physicians and using a large number of practice exam questions. There will be a focus on teaching those topics most important for the exam itself and on up-to-date clinical guidelines in use in the UK.

Sample Programme

(Practice paper 1 is completed at home and brought on the first day)

 

Day One

Registration & course welcome
Interactive review of Paper 1
Lecture: Common competancies
Coffee
Lecture: Medicine I
SAQ paper 2
Lunch
Lecture: Anaesthetics and ICM
Lecture: Paediatrics I
Tea
Lecture Paediatrics II
Interactive review of Paper 2
Exam tips and discussion
Close.

(Paper 3 is to be completed overnight and brought in for day two)

 

Day Two

Welcome back
Interactive review of paper 3
Lecture: Surgical presentations
Coffee
Lecture: Trauma & orthopaedics
Practical procedures
SAQ Paper 4
Lunch
Practical procedures
Lecture: Paediatrics III
Tea
Lecture: Medicine II
Interactive review of paper 4
Evaluation
Course close.

MRCEM Part C/OSCE  Course (Dublin, Ireland):

Next course dates: TBA Click HERE for sample course programme.

Course leads: Dr Ian Stell & Dr Mathew Hall

Venue : TBA

Bromley Emergency Courses are delighted to have been invited to Dublin, Ireland by the Irish Emergency Medicine Trainees Association (IEMTA) to deliver their new two day MRCEM Part C/OSCE Course on the  3rd and 4th September 2016.

The MRCEM Part C/OSCE examination is a comprehensive test of a candidates clinical knowledge and skills as well as their communication, attitudes and behaviors. It consists of 16 consecutive OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) stations, plus two 'rest' stations. At each station the candidate must read a brief scenario, then enter 'role play' mode to manage a simulated clinical situation. These situations mimic the breadth of Emergency Medicine practice from managing a trauma team, resuscitating a sick child, taking a difficult history, suturing a wound or dealing with an angry relative. The examination relies heavily on actors and equipment to simulate real-life problems.

There is no doubt that the MRCEM Part C examination is a tough exam. According to the College about 70% of UK trainees pass the exam, while only about 25% of non-trainees pass. Good communications and other 'soft' skill are of paramount importance, but often overlooked and the cause of failure. As a result the exam is particularly challenging for those lacking a training in communication skills as expected for UK practice, and those who are not familiar with OSCE style examinations.

Following from our 10 yrs experience running highly regarded MRCEM Part C courses, our new two day MRCEM Part C/OSCE course provides candidates with even more OSCE teaching and practice in preparation for the real exam. A focus throughout on good communication and improving the candidates 'soft skills' further increase chances of success. You wil be taught by our highly experienced faculty, all practicing Emergency Medicine Senior Registrars or Consultants with a track record of OSCE or simulation training.

Sample Programme

Day One

Introduction to the course
Lecture: Exam overview/OSCE basics
Moulage workshops:
- Paediatric life support
- Adult emergencies
- Trauma moulage
Lecture: Procedures stations
Lunch
Lecture: Examinations stations
Group OSCE practice I
Skills Workshops:
- Communications skills
- History taking
Close

 

Day Two

Welcome back
Lecture: OSCE skills and behaviours
Group OSCE practice II
Common OSCE workshops:
- Teaching a junior
- Psychiatric OSCEs
Lunch
Individual Mock OSCE circuit
Soft skills workshops:
- Management OSCEs
- Maximising your marks
Faculty feedback
Evaluation
Course close.

Our Part C/OSCE course also includes:

  • Comprehensive 150 page course manual. A textbook in itself, the course manual covers all the major types of OSCE encountered with numerous examples and marksheets.
  • Six month access to our full set of over 80 Part C/OSCE training videos beginning from when you register on the course.
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