24/9/2013       

Reviews for Cardiff MRCS OSCE course: Surgical Anatomy and Surgical Pathology
The reviews displayed here are in answer to the question 'Kindly tell us your overall impression about the teaching, faculty and organisation of this course. Please state if this course helped to focus your revision for the exam'.
Ms Liza Osagie
University College Hospital, London




Thankfully I passed my exam. The course was a gargantuan help and was perfectly pitched for a few months before sitting. Once again, many thanks for your help.
Mr Osama Aweid
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Shrewsbury




Thank you very much. I have passed my exam and I found the anatomy teaching very relevant and useful.
Mr Oliver Harrison
Frenchay Hospital, Bristol




Indeed I passed! I would be most grateful if you could forward me any information regarding becoming a member of the faculty on the anatomy teaching course as I would be keen to pass on my knowledge in the way I was taught.
Ms Zita Jessop
Hillingdon Hospital, Uxbridge




I attended your MRCS Part B anatomy and clinical skills revision courses. I found the anatomy course particularly useful - the demonstrators were fantastic teachers and the use of prosections really helped to refresh the anatomy. I truly believe that the course helped me to pass the exam. I would also be interested in getting involved with your surgical teaching events in the future.
Mr Robert Evans
Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham




I passed the MRCS on my first attempt. I found the course very useful, particularly the anatomy days in showing me the standard required to pass the exam and providing a list of common exam topics. The mock vivas were a very good exercise for increasing confidence and gaining a feel of what the exam would be like. Thanks very much.
Ms Annemarie Brunswicker
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Norwich




Just a quick note to let you know that I have passed the MRCS B and that your course has been extremely useful. Especially the anatomy part was excellent - it could not have been any better.
Mr Raghuram Boyapati
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen
January2016



Very well organised. But difficult to cover entire subject. More emphasis on critical care and pathology isrequired.
Dr Emily Britton
Leicester General Hospital, Leicester
January2016



The orthopaedic sections were a bit of a mess with too many tutors standing around while Mr Tandonwouldn't let anyone else speak. I also found his manner and approach rather antiquated and notparticularly helpful when we are trying to learn.
Dr Melinda Hau
Kettering General Hospital, Kettering, UK
January2016



Excellent tutors and level of teaching. Very relevant and useful.
Dr Mark Murphy
St Vincent's University Hospital Dublin
January2016



The senior lecturers were excellent at teaching, it was occasionally frustrating that they gave the sessionto a junior lecturer to give and were not present.
Dr Rong Khaw
Royal Preston Hospital, Preston
January2016



Excellent and friendly faculty. Mock OSCE was extremely valuable in allowing me to consolidate theknowledge I have gained throughout the course. The feedback form gave a much needed boost ofconfidence in my anatomy knowledge and that I could focus on other areas relevant to the MRCS Part B.
Dr Aisha Tahira
Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge
January2016



An excellent course that has helped me to plan my revision.
Dr Jason Hol-Ming
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London
January2016



This is what I expected from Doctorsacademy and was a relief and breath of fresh air from critical careday. Intense. Learned a lot of knowledge with constant revision during course. Well worth travelling toCardiff for.
Dr John Thomas
University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, UK
January2016



I have attempted Part B twice already and have been to several courses including Manchester and theRoyal College courses. This course is the best I have been to. I wish I had done it before. And I wouldrecommend to any candidate.
Dr Tiffany Cheung
Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, UK
January2016



Very well-organised and comprehensive course, perfect as preparation for the anatomy part of MRCS.Good time-keeping on the whole but unfortunately ran out of time on a couple of stations (brain/ANS).Would also be helpful to still be able to access the pre-course videos and the spotter presentation onlineafterwards (don't think these are available currently). Thank you to all the teachers and organisers!
Dr Miane Ng
University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
January2016



Excellent organisation and teaching delivered. All tutors were clear and concise. Remarkable faculty.
Dr Sameera Abas
Royal Preston Hospital, Preston
January2016



Superb course. Concise, trainers had excellent knowledge and teaching skills. Very relevant for exam -protection teaching especially. Well structured. Good feedback from trainers.
Dr Mitali Das
Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton
January2016



Very useful but intense, I think you can afford to spread out the anatomy over another day to have timeto break things up into more detail and spread things out a bit.
Dr Matt Howard
Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol
January2016



Enthusiastic and knowledgable faculty, very relevant material.
Dr Pramod Mummigatti
Morriston Hospital, Swansea, UK
January2016



Very well organised, very useful, quite intense.
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