This is a popular two-day intensive exam-oriented course targeted towards haematology trainees aiming to sit their FRCPath-1 exam, running successfully since 2012. The teaching format is in the form of essay-based discussions and EMQ/MCQ solving inclusive of popular exam themes, with mock exams embedded in the model. Homework will be sent out two weeks before with essays and MCQs, discussed on the course days so that delegates develop reflective familiarity with the exam themes before attending the course, facilitating a faster pace of effective teaching.

Date: Saturday 19 - Sunday 20 August 2023
Venue: LT-1, Education Centre, Kingston Hospital, London

This is a popular two-day intensive exam-oriented course targeted towards haematology trainees aiming to sit their FRCPath-1 exam, running successfully since 2012. The teaching format is in the form of essay-based discussions and EMQ/MCQ solving, inclusive of popular exam themes, with mock exams embedded in the model. Homework will be set out two weeks before with essays and MCQs, discussed on the course days so that delegates develop reflective familiarity with the exam themes before attending the course, facilitating a faster pace of effective teaching.

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