Crqs For The Final Frca

Author: Caroline Whymark
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0192590804
File Size: 70,62 MB
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An essential exam preparation workbook, CRQs for the Final FRCA is dedicated to helping candidates pass this new assessment type for the Final FRCA Written Paper first time. Focusing solely on the Constructed Response Question (CRQ), the book is organised into six practice papers each comprised of 12 CRQs, reflecting the real exam. Each question has been carefully laid out, clearly identifying the weighting of each part of the question and with appropriate space to write your answer. Covering a breadth of topics, the book represents the full spectrum of the Final FRCA curriculum. Appendices indicate which aspects of the curriculum and units of training have been addressed in each practice paper to help you structure your revision efficiently. Written by a team of consultant anaesthetists and active educators, detailed model answers are based on years of clinical experience, best practice guidelines, and supported by further reading and evidence base. Many acceptable answers are listed (more than the candidate is required to give), enriching your revision experience and ensuring that you can mark your answers accurately. This invaluable resource also includes advice on CRQ technique, making this the only guide candidates need to pass CRQs in the Final FRCA Written Paper.

Crqs For The Final Frca

Author: M. Ashraf Akuji
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108705286
File Size: 50,10 MB
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Invaluable CRQ practice papers for the new Final FRCA format. An essential revision text for all candidates.

Crqs In Anaesthesia Constructed Response Questions For Exams

Author: Thanthullu Vasu
Editor: tfm Publishing Limited
ISBN: 1910079804
File Size: 44,72 MB
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The Royal College of Anaesthetists has introduced Constructed Response Questions (CRQs) as an innovative way of testing trainees, in the fields of anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, in their final FRCA examinations from September 2019. CRQs are a more structured way of assessing knowledge and understanding; they also assess the application of knowledge, evaluation and judgement. This book categorises questions based on the Royal College model, with six mandatory sections of training and two separate sections on general duties and optional units. It is an ideal companion for candidates who are preparing for their final exams in anaesthesia and will help to assess their preparation and guide appropriate revision. The topics are pertinent for other anaesthetic exams worldwide, including the European exams, Australian and New Zealand fellowships and the Indian DNB exams. The authors have extensive experience in anaesthetic teaching and lead anaesthetic intermediate teaching in the UK, running regular and successfully attended courses. This book will help candidates to adapt to the recent exam changes and revise in an efficient manner. It will not only be an invaluable educational resource for trainee anaesthetists but also for practising anaesthetists. Medical students and junior doctors, who are about to embark on a career in anaesthesia or intensive care medicine, will also find the book to be a useful educational tool.