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Reviews for Clinical Examination and Communication Skills
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'.
Dr. Steven Coates
University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
January2014



Relevant clinical examinations discussed. Best stations had example examination followed by chance to practice.
Dr. Khaled Mohamed Saad
Cairo University Students Hospital
January2014



Special thanks to the actors and actresses.
Dr. Yan Li Goh
Royal Preston Hospital, Preston
January2014



Excellent session - succinct and very relevant to exam.
Dr. Caroline Cheesman
Frenchay Hospital, Bristol
January2014



Good organisation and teaching. Let us hope it helps with our exams!
Dr. Rekha Jaisarie
Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester
January2014



Very useful.
Dr. Musab Mohammed
University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
January2014



Very usefull course. Good organization and friendly faculty.
Dr Liam Piggott
Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro
January2016



Excellent course, friendly, focuses, but not threatening and accommodated different peoples abilities andexperience.
Dr Matthew Chan
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Shrewsbury
January2016



I thought the stations were all relevant but i would preferred more one on one practice scenarios andmore detail on the more complex exams such as the neuro etc.
Dr Rong Khaw
Royal Preston Hospital, Preston
January2016



Very well organised. Provided a general feel of what to expect in the actual MRCS Part B examination.
Dr Melinda Hau
Kettering General Hospital, Kettering
January2016



The contents of the course were good and relevant. The presentations were clear. Would berecommending it to others preparing for the exam.
Dr Muhammad Saad Bin Zahid
Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester, UK
September2015



The content of the course was good and relevant. The presentations were clear. Will be recommendingit to others preparing for the exam.
Dr Nicholas Bullock
University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff
January2016



Very well organised and once again covered a wide range of topics in a short space of time without beingtoo overwhelming.
Dr Pramod Mummigatti
Morriston Hospital, Swansea
January2016



Well organized, would appreciate more if would have been longer.
Dr Christine Blane
Royal United Hospital, Bath
January2016



Incredibly well organised. A very useful chance to practice before the exam. Great to have people whohave recently done the exam to give pointers.
Dr William Coomer
Wexham Park Hospital, Slough
January2016



I was less impressed with this day. I feel we should have been assessed more in smaller groups andmaybe had less teaching. We all need to be able to examine slickly and with a routine and i don't feel thiswas assessed as well as the other days.
Dr Sameera Abas
Royal Preston Hospital, Preston
January2016



Slickly organised, covered most major topics relating to comm skills and examinations. Sometimes ranout of time with some stations. Hip and Knee examination station caused some confusion. Nodemonstration or opportunity to practice exam in this station.
Dr Oliver Shastri
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, Shrewsbury, UK
September2015



Good practice for clinical examinations. Relevant for exam preparation. Content of the course was good.
Dr Muholan Kanapathy
University College Hospital, London, UK
September2015



The contents of the course was good and relevant. The presentations were clear. Will be recommendingit to others preparing for the exam.
Dr Kathryn Waite
Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan, UK
September2015



Excellent course and faculty. Good quality presentations. Relevant for exam preparation. The course wasexcellent and provided good value for money.
Dr Sherif Shawer
Salford Royal, Salford, UK
September2015



High standard of faculty. Relevant for exam preparation. Content of the course was excellent.
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