ABOUT THIS BOOK
- Written specifically to cater for the needs of current PACES candidates, reflecting the recent changes to Station 5
- Features over 225 clinical cases which mimic the style and approach of the MRCP PACES exam
- Addresses all aspects of the candidate's performance, from clinical examination, to presentation, communication and medical ethics and knowledge of up-to-date clinical evidence
- All answers are evidence-based, with a relevant bibliography for further reading
The MRCP PACES examination is a highly sought-after qualification worldwide and an essential part of postgraduate medical training in the UK. Fully up-to-date with the current exam format, the Pack also reflects the recent changes to Station 5. In each of these two volumes, the authors include clinical cases which mimic the style and approach of the MRCP PACES exam. These sample cases equip the reader attempting the exam with the skills and knowledge necessary for success, and provide an overview of evidence-based medicine for competency-based training. Across both volumes, 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.
This two-volume pack represents great value to the reader and offers a complete revision packages for the MRCP PACES exam.
Volume 1 includes over 150 cases, covering Stations 1, 3 and 5.
Volume 2 includes 75 cases, covering Stations 2 and 4.
Readership: Trainees in medicine (ST1 - 3) sitting the MRCP PACES exam in UK and rest of world, and medical postgraduate trainees worldwide.
Gautam Mehta, Specialist Registrar in Hepatology, University College London,
London, UK, Bilal Iqbal, Specialist Registrar in Cardiology, Hammersmith Hospital,
London, UK, and Deborah Bowman, Associate Dean and Senior Lecturer in Medical
Ethics and Law, Centre for Medical and Healthcare Education, St George's Medical
School, University of London, UK
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1: Station 1 (Abdomen system)
2: Station 1 (Respiratory system)
3: Station 3 (Cardiovascular system)
4: Station 3 (Central nervous system)
5: Station 5 (Brief clinical consultations)
6: Supplementary cases:
2: Station 2: History taking skills
3: Station 4: Communication skills and ethics