Pass the MRCPsych Parts I & II
All the Techniques You NeedBy
- Christopher Williams, BSc(Hons), MBChB, MMedSc, MRCPsych, MD, Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry, University of Glasgow
- Peter Trigwell, MB, ChB, MMedSc, MRCPsych, MSc, PGD(PST), Consultant in Liaison Psychiatry and Psychosexual Medicine, Lead Clinician for Liaison Psychiatry in Leeds, Associate Medical Director for City-Wide Services, Leeds Mental Health Trust, Leeds, UK
- David Yeomans, Consultant Psychiatrist, CHOICE Clarence House, Leeds, UK
Based on the popular examination techniques course, the authors have produced a concise, practical and comprehensive book covering all aspects of the examinations. It encompasses recent changes in the structure and curricula of the Part I and II examinations. This book aims to provide candidates with the techniques needed to present their knowledge in a structured and professional way, in both the clinical and written examinations of the MRCPsych.
Trainee psychiatrists sitting the MRCPsych and their trainers, post-graduate libraries and revision courses.
Paperback, 168 Pages
Published: July 2005
- Important practical and preparation issues. Learning styles and revision strategies. ISQ and EMI technique. The Critical Review Question paper. The Critical Review Paper Key topics for revision. Essay technique. The OSCE Exams. Preparing for the Long Case/IPA (Parts I and II). Presenting to the examiners. Structured Patient Management Problems (SOEs). If at first you dont succeed Appendix: Mind Maps.