Vivas and Communication Skills in SurgeryBy
- Kathryn McCarthy, MRCS(Eng), MRCS(Ed), Research Fellow, Barts and The London NHS Trust, London, UK
- Matthew Hacking, FRCA, Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK
- Ragheed Al Mufti, MB, BCh, BAO, MSc, MD, FRCS(Eng), FRCSEd(Gen), Consultant Surgeon, St.Mary's Hospital, Paddington, London, UK
- Jonathan Hewitt, MSc, MRCP, Research Fellow, NHS Research and Development, Eastern Region, UK
The viva component of the MRCS examination is traditionally the most feared and elusive part of the whole exam. Contained within the syllabus of core and system modules there are favourite examination topics which are more commonly asked than others. This new book covers all these popular subjects and illustrates them with sample viva-style questions. The answers give the candidate guidance on how to respond to these effectively and on what is required to pass the exam.
This new book has been written to aid any candidate in preparing to sit a surgical viva, and will be of value to MRCS candidates as well as students for undergraduate surgical finals and surgical registrars prior to the exit examination.
Paperback, 400 Pages
Published: January 2004
Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
- Applied Surgical Anatomy
Principles of Surgery