Nicholas K. Boeckx (Author of Notes For The Mrcgp)
Q:6 - GIT Questions - MRCP Part 1 (Bonus Mnemonic)
An Aid to the MRCP : Essential Lists, Facts and Mnemonics
Download Link. In order to pass the MRCP exams you will need to learn a large number of lists and key facts. This book provides the essential lists and facts you need to know together with memory aids to speed learning and recall. Armed with this knowledge you will be able to rapidly narrow your differential diagnosis and identify the most likely answer. Hakim Assalahi Endo and Rheuma. This book is the essential revision guide for neurology in the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians Mrcp. Neurology has been rated as the most difficult subject in Mrcp examinations and there has been no concise and easy-to-use revision guide to help candidates through the exams until now.
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The hundreds of cases have been written in accordance with the latest examining and marking schemes used for the exam and, together with exam hints, tips, routines and clinical checklists, provide an invaluable training and revision aid for all MRCP PACES candidates. Robert E. As well as a wealth of up-to-date questions for practice, it includes extensive new clinical information on new therapies and details of the latest investigations and management options. Each chapter has been reviewed by senior clinicians within the specialty. This book teaches the candidate not only how to pass the PACES exam, leading the reader through each case and exactly what is expected of them, but also provides a succinct yet detailed clinical handbook for support on medical wards. Gives the candidate a stepwise approach in how to present the clinical cases that appear in the exam, with the aim of achieving full marks in the clinical stations. Highlights the extra knowledge and information sought by examiners in order to award full marks at the discussion phase of each station.