MRCPCH/DCH Foundation of Practice exam preparation – online workshop

This 3 hour workshop will explore topics within the FOP exam including those that have proven particularly challenging for overseas candidates. Our expert faculty will use interactive case scenarios to help you understand the key knowledge and skills required and the pitfalls to avoid.

What is the workshop about?

This 3 hour workshop will explore topics within the FOP exam including those that have proven particularly challenging for overseas candidates. Our expert faculty will use interactive case scenarios to help you understand the key knowledge and skills required and the pitfalls to avoid.

They’ll also provide practical tips of how to approach your revision so that you can further develop your knowledge and present to the exam with confidence.

Workshops are scheduled to run prior to each exam diet. Check out our current course/workshop listings (opens in same window) to see if this workshop is open for booking. If it’s not listed, register your interest below.

UPDATE – The next workshop is scheduled to run in September 2024 – bookings to open shortly so please register your interest below.

 


 

Target audience

  • Candidates for the MRCPCH/DCH Foundation of Practice exam

 


 

Workshop aim and learning outcomes:

Aim:

To equip candidates with the knowledge and skills to succeed in the MRCPCH/DCH Foundation of Practice exam.

Learning outcome:

By the end of the workshop, you will:

  • understand more about topics FOP exam candidates find difficult
  • understand more about the management of a range of paediatric conditions in the UK healthcare system
  • know how to approach your ongoing revision for the exam with recommended resources.

 


 

Faculty lead

Dr Priya Kumar

Consultant Paediatrician and Clinical Director in Paediatrics at London North West University Healthcare Trust


 

Delegate feedback

I was able to get actual practical teaching from professionals skilled in the field, instead of just studying from a textbook. Ethics and safeguarding are areas that are difficult to grasp from reading and UK ethics are not practiced in my country, so my knowledge/understanding has been very limited.

The focus on NICE guidelines was really helpful, generally medicine is medicine, and the management is not very different from one country to another, but these specific guidelines will make the difference between getting a question right or wrong on an exam.


 

Expression of interest

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