Norwich FRCR 2B Online Course 4-5 March 2024
04 Mar 2024 08:30 - 05 Mar 2024 17:00 GMT
- 2 Day Viva course on 4-5 March 2024
- 4 Rapid Reporting & 4 Long Case Packets
- 4 hot seats (each 15 minutes with feedback) on the Standard Course
- 10% off on the next purchase of any of our FRCR 2B Revise Radiology subscription
Standard Course 4 - 5 March 2024
- 4 Hot seats on FRCR 2B Vivas
- 4 Rapid Reporting & Long Case Packets
Observer Course 4-5 March 2024
- Observe 2-Day Viva course on 4 - 5 March 2024
- Hotseats available on-demand
- 4 Rapid Reporting & Long Case Packets
- 1 live mock written Exam with discussion
IMPORTANT: PLEASE DO NOT USE ANY DISCOUNT VOUCHERS WHEN BOOKING THIS COURSE.
The Norwich FRCR 2B ONLINE Course is a 2-day live 2B course delivered on an online platform that simulates the FRCR Examination and runs as a collaboration between Revise Radiology and Consultants teaching on the Popular FRCR Course run by East of England Imaging Academy (Norwich Radiology Academy).
All the examiners are experienced and have been involved with the Norwich Course for many years, including former and current FRCR examiners. This means that the viva packets they use are of a similar standard to the FRCR examinations.
The viva sessions are delivered over zoom and the examiners have been involved in the Norwich course for many years. The rapid reporting and long case packets have been designed to reflect the standard of the examination.
This course includes:
- 4 x Hot seats each with 15 minutes on the hot seat and 10 minutes of feedback.
- 4 Long Case Packets
- 4 Rapid Reporting Packets
- A further 12 hours of vivas are observed (approximately 150 cases)
PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE FOR BOTH DAYS
All times in GMT
4 - 5 March 2024
08:30 - 10:15 Session 1 - Vivas
10:15 - 10:45 Break
10:45 -12:30 Session 2 - Vivas
12:30 - 13:00 Break
13:00 - 14:45 Session 3 - Vivas
14:45 - 15:15 Break
15:15 - 17:00 Session 4 - Vivas
All bookings are nonrefundable. Transfer to a future course can be made subject to a transfer charge of £50+VAT, if we are informed more than 30 days before the online course.
The Norwich FRCR Online Course also gives access to 4 packets of Rapid Reporting and Long Cases that have been created for the Course as well as the Packets that have been used in previous Norwich Courses. These packets are presented on Revise Radiology's Platform to closely simulate the experience that candidates have of the actual examination.
All attendees of the Norwich course will be eligible for a special coupon code which entitles you to 10% off on your next purchase of the Revise Radiology 2B Subscriptions.
The Radiology Academy in Norwich was established in 2005. We are proud of the high standard of teaching and learning which our programme offers. Exam pass rates at the Academy are high and in the past few years, we have had a gold-medal winner in the FRCR 2B exam and a winner of the Frank Doyle medal for the FRCR 2A exam.
The aim of the Radiology Academies Project was to deliver training in dedicated, well-resourced training facilities that would enable the UK to train the increasing number of consultant radiologists it needs to meet the burgeoning demands for imaging in the 21st Century. The Academies Project is now a well-established success story and is viewed as a model for Radiology training nationally.
The recent document on the future of Radiology Training in the UK, ‘Radiology Training 2016-2026: a vision and a solution’, published by The Royal College of Radiologists and largely illustrated by photographs from the Imaging Academy, calls for the establishment of ‘Academies in all parts of the UK to raise the game significantly in Radiology training’.
The Imaging Academy has three seminar rooms, a dedicated PACS Room with twelve reporting workstations, a skills laboratory/ultrasound training room, and a suite of Apple Macs as used in the electronic FRCR exams.
One of the key advantages of the scheme is its large numbers of trainees, providing enormous opportunities for peer to peer learning and the potential to find colleagues to work with for exam preparation, case analysis and research. We aim to maintain these standards and seek to improve the training scheme so that we can enable trainees to fulfil their potential and become the best radiologists they can be.
The Academy hosts numerous Radiology training courses including on-call Radiology and FRCR 2B revision courses. Academy trainees are encouraged to help run the courses and are often eligible for heavily subsidised or free places as a result.