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South West FRCR 2B Online Course 22 - 25 February 2024

22 Feb 2024 08:30 - 25 Feb 2024 17:00 GMT

  • 4 Day Comprehensive Intensive FRCR 2B course on 22 - 25 February 2024
  • 8 Rapid Reporting & Long Case Packets
  • 8 hot seats (each 15 minutes with feedback) on the Standard Course
  • 4 Viva Style Tutorials
  • Discussion of Written Packets
  • 10% off on your next purchase of any of our FRCR 2B Revise Radiology subscription

Course Options

Standard Course 22 - 25 February 2024

Highlights

  • 8 Hot seats on FRCR 2B Vivas
  • 8 Rapid Reporting & Long Case Packets
  • Discussion of 2 written packets
  • 4 Viva Style Tutorials
Availability Price
Fully Booked £650

Observer Course 22-25 February 2024

Highlights

  • Observe more than 12 hours of FRCR 2B Vivas
  • Hotseats available on-demand
  • 4 Rapid Reporting & Long Case Packets
  • Discussion of 2 written packets
  • 4 Viva style tutorials
Availability Price
Places Available £350
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Summary and Timetable

This course is a 4 day compehensive FRCR 2B Course.

You will get 8 sessions of Vivas and 1 mock written Exam (where 1 rapid reporting and long case packet will be done live). There will also be 1 session discussing the mock written Exam. 

Besides this, there are 4 viva-style tutorials which will be conducted.

  • For those on the standard course, you will get 8 hot seats each with 15 minutes on the hot seat and 10 minutes of feedback. You will observe a further 24 vivas of other candidates on the hot seats over the 4 days. 
  • For those on the observer course, you will observe a total of 32 vivas over the course of the 4 days

The viva cases will be presented to candidates on zoom where the candidates will be given links to the examiners' case folders for them to scroll through in real time. The session will run to closely simulate the actual examination experience with 15 minutes of viva presentation followed by 10 minutes of feedback

Candidates will use the Revise Radiology website to access the mock written packets on a platform which simulates the real Exam. 

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.

PROVISIONAL TIMETABLE

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Day 1 & 2

08:30 - 10:15 Session 1 - Vivas

10:15 - 10:45 Tea/Coffee Break

10:45 -12:30 Session 2 - Vivas

12:30 - 13:00 Tea/Coffee Break

13:00 - 14:45 Session 3 - Vivas

14:45 - 15:15 Tea/Coffee Break

15:15 - 17:00 Session 4 - Vivas

Day 3

08:30 - 10:00 Session 1 - Viva Style Tutorial

10:00- 10:30 Break

10:30-12:30 Discussion of Packet 7

12:30 - 13:30 Break

13:30 - 15:00 Session 3 - Viva Style Tutorial

15:00 - 15:30 Break

15:30 - 17:00 [BONUS] Session 4 - Viva Style Tutorial

Day 4

08:30 - 10:00 Session 1 - Viva Style Tutorial

10:00- 10:30 Break

10:30-12:30 Discussion of Packet 8

12:30 - 13:15 Break

13:15 - 15:00 Session 3 - Viva Style Tutorial and Final Remarks

15:00 - 15:30 Break

15:30 - 17:00 [BONUS] Session 4 - Viva Style Tutorial

Written Packets

There are 8 written packets  which can be done before the course.

There will also be  sessions discussing  few of the packets

We expect that candidates aim to complete a long case packet in 70 minutes and a rapid reporting packet in 30 minutes.

 Candidates will use the Revise Radiology website where they will get access to the written packets on a platform which simulates Practique, the platform used by the RCR for the Exam.

There are model answers available for all packets as well as pre-recorded videos with discussion of the packets. 

Vivas

Here's what you can expect on the course:

You will get a total of 8 viva sessions during which you will get to see a wide variety of cases.

On the Standard course, you get 8 hot seats each lasting 15 minutes and followed by 10 minutes of feedback. When you are not on the hot seat, you will be observing other candidates on the hot seat. This is a great opportunity to learn how other candidates present and observe the feedback they receive from examiners. 

The viva cases are presented to candidates on Postdicom using Zoom, where the candidates will be able to scroll through the cases in real-time.

The session will run to closely simulate the actual examination experience with 15 minutes of viva presentation followed by 10 minutes of feedback. 

The selected set of examiners includes experienced as well as new FRCR examiners. This means that the viva packets they use are of a similar standard to the FRCR examinations.

Viva Style Tutorials

The viva style tutorials allow participants to challenge their diagnostic and presentation skills.

Candidates have the opportunity to be on the "hot seat," presenting directly to experienced examiners, while others observe and receive valuable feedback.

The viva style tutorials are an opportunity for observers on the course to present cases and receive feedback on their presentation style.

After a certain candidate has presented a case and received feedback as well as a score for the case, the next candidate will present the next case and so on.

This format allows you to observe multiple candidates' presentation style in a group setting while also making use of the Examiners' feedback and teaching around the case.

South West FRCR

The South West (Bristol) FRCR Course was started in 2008 by Koshy Jacob (then a 4th year registrar) as a small project to help fund computers and books for the Registrars Room at the Bristol Royal Infirmary. We have grown steadily for the past 10 years always taking into account feedback received from delegates and consultants, both on content and design to become one of the most sought after FRCR courses in the UK.

The aim of the course right from the beginning has been to create the best FRCR course available. We have always been keen to give amazing value. We were one of the first courses in the UK to be authenticated to give examiners CPD points. We were also the first course to ensure that our examiners were giving the best value by their being assessed by an assessor to make sure their style of examining and their cases were of the highest possible quality.

It has been our aim to connect with our delegates (and in general with the Radiology Community) and, presented by a variety of consultants, we have been running webinars on teaching topics for the FRCR 2B examinations.

Faculty

Charles Paradise

Dr Charles Paradise

MBChB, MRCPCH, FRCR

Deanery: West Midlands

Talaat Khater

Dr Talaat Khater

M.Sc.. FRCR

Maha Elaassar

Dr Maha Elaassar

MD,EDIR, FRCR

Aprajita Mehta

Dr Aprajita Mehta

MBBS DMRD EDIR FRCR

Serena Virdi

Dr Serena Virdi

MBBS FRCR

Jerome Bosco

Dr Jerome Bosco

MD, MMED (Diagnostic Radiology, Spore) FRCR.

Pankaj Sharma

Dr Pankaj Sharma

MBBS, DMRD, DNB, MNAMS, PDCC, FRCR, EBIR, Fellowship (Vascular and Interventional Radiology)

Rosmi Karuvath

Dr Rosmi Karuvath

MBBS DNB FRCR MMed EDiR DICR

Sudeep Roplekar

Dr Sudeep Roplekar

MBBS DNB EDiR FRCR

John Robert Arulsamy

Dr John Robert Arulsamy

MBBS, MD, DNB, PDCC, EDIR, DICRI, FRCR, EBIR

Ahmed Abdrabou

Dr Ahmed Abdrabou

EDiNR, MD, FRCR, MSc, MB BCh

Harshavardhan Nagolu

Dr Harshavardhan Nagolu

MBBS, DNB (Radiology), FRCR.

Amjad Iqbal

Dr Amjad Iqbal

MBBS, FRCR, FFR RCSI

Shahjehan Alam

Dr Shahjehan Alam

MBBS, EDiR, FRCR, FCPS

Amy NIxon

Dr Amy NIxon

MBCHB, BMSc, FRCR

Shantiranjan Sanyal

Dr Shantiranjan Sanyal

MD DNB FRCR

Peter Blair

Dr Peter Blair

MB BCh BaO BSc FRCR