Anatomy is a subject that FRCA candidates with a certain dread. Questions occur in all parts of the Primary or Final exams. Many leave it for last minute cramming, and superficial knowledge soon spirals to awkward silence in the exam room!
‘Anatomy for the FRCA’ is a one day, high quality course of anatomy teaching designed to best prepare candidates for the FRCA. You will receive focused teaching on specific areas relevant to anaesthesia, using prosections and models. Pre-course written questions are issued, then reviewed on the day followed by an OSCE and SOEs. Sonoanatomy for regional anaethesia is also reviewed in a live scanning session.
The course is exam-orientated, but delivered in a non-threatening environment where learning is the key and candidates at any stage of preparation for the Primary or Final FRCA are encouraged to attend.
It is held in the Anatomy Department in St Andrews University School of Medicine and delivered by a faculty of experienced anaesthetists and anatomists.
Places are limited, book now to maximise your chance of FRCA success!
To book e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Include the following details:
– Your grade & the hospital you are based at
– Preferred contact details (phone and e-mail)
– Postal address for pre-course material
– Which exam you are working towards
Course fee: £50 for SSA members (£70 for non-members)
Date: Friday 20th March 2020
James Bowness & Ally Taylor
Specialty Registrars, East of Scotland School of Anaesthesia
Anatomy for the FRCA: www.taysideanaesthesia.com/courses/anatomy