This popular and comprehensive five-day course focuses on preparing surgical trainees for the Intercollegiate MRCS Part B objective structured clinical exam (IMRCS OSCE).

You will be constantly exposed to the type and style of questions that you’re likely to encounter in the Basic Science Component of the OSCE throughout a series of highly tailored interactive sessions.

Completing this course will leave you well prepared to approach the OSCE with confidence.

5 days
30.00 CPD Points
After attending this course, you should be able to:

More confidently approach the IMRCS OSCE exam
Talk through and demonstrate the anatomy of the upper limb
Talk through and demonstrate the anatomy of the head and neck, thoracic and abdominopelvic
Review the clinical anatomy of the vertebral column
Talk through and demonstrate the anatomy of the lower limb
Practice applied surgical science for the I-MRCS
Review surgical pathology and microbiology required for the I-MRCS
Course content
Reflecting the ethos and format of the MRCS Part B exam, this course focuses on the applied surgical aspects of anatomy, patho-physiological basis of disease and critical care physiology.

You will cover a wide variety of topics during the five days, including:

Anatomy of the abdomen
Head and neck anatomy
Physiology and critical care for the I-MRCS
Pathology for the I-MRCS
Take a look at a sample Applied Basic Surgical Sciences for the Intercollegiate MRCS OSCE programme.

Further IMRCS exam preparation
This is an interactive one-day course gives you the chance to practice your communication skills in a range of scenarios with professional actors.

10% discount on this course for RCS Affiliates
RCS Affiliates benefit from a 10% discount on this course when held at our Education Centre in London.

Your discount will be applied automatically when booking.

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PGCert in Surgery Associated Course
You will be awarded 5 credits toward the Postgraduate Certificate in Surgery upon booking this course. (The inclusion of courses in the PGCert in Surgery is subject to availability)