MRCP Facts: 1000+ high yield facts for the MRCP & Acute Medicine SCE exams

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"Finally a resource that takes into consideration the time-pressures of long shifts & the sheer volume of knowledge that is required for these post-graduate exams" - Dr. Isabel Walters (Cheshire, UK) "Your work really helped me with the MRCP Part 2 written exam & I'm happy to let you know that I managed to pass it on my first attempt" - Dr. Joel George (Belgaum, India) The purpose of this book is crystal clear: to help you pass your exams through productive and efficient learning. It breaks up revision into manageable chunks so that it does not feel daunting, tedious or impractical. In fact, if you spend just 1 minute immersed in its text, you will learn a thing or two. You don’t even have to start at the beginning, you can start anywhere you like! Now although these exams are separate entities, they build upon each other with increasing relevance to clinical practice. For example you need MRCP Part 1 knowledge to pass MRCP Part 2. You need MRCP Part 2 knowledge to pass PACES & the Acute Medicine SCE. This book provides such scope and addresses an array of topics across the many syllabi. It functions as a hybrid between an MCQ book and a textbook, presenting these topics as high yield facts. Each fact is in the form of a question to mirror the exams. However, unlike MCQ books, you don’t have to annoyingly jump to the back to read the answer. The answer is right under the question. There are many benefits to this approach: By touching on a variety of different topics, it helps identify your deficiencies and builds upon your strengths It focuses on boosting your memory through strategies like spaced repetition and active recall e.g. you will quickly find that it brings to light information that you previously learnt but may have forgotten The facts are presented like a random generator to train your brain to quickly transition from one specialty to another. Many of them have clinical context to aid with learning through association e.g. it is easier to remember the management of a condition when you have seen or treated someone with it, rather than cramming the NICE guidelines Finally it’s worth mentioning that this book is not just for those doing exams. It facilitates lifelong learning. If you dip into it every so often, you’ll find yourself developing as a better physician and providing a higher standard of care for your patients. Unlike the vast majority of doctors who forget everything that was once learnt, you will be an exception by keeping your knowledge alive with this book. Scroll up & click the 'LOOK INSIDE' feature to preview About the author Dr. Muzzammil Ali is the founder of the Instagram page @mrcpfacts. He is currently a registrar in the United Kingdom and is training in 2 different specialties: Acute Medicine & Intensive Care Medicine. This career choice means that he has had to do many exams. So far, he has completed the MRCP Part 1, Part 2, PACES and the Acute Medicine SCE, all in his first sitting. He is currently in the process of preparing for the FFICM exams in the near future. His passion for education has translated in him being the Education Lead for the Intensive Care Unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, one of the largest tertiary hospitals in the UK. Through his revision, he faced 3 main challenges: Having little time to revise Having to remember lots of information and quickly transition from one specialty to another The lack of dedicated resources to revise for the Acute Medicine SCE He wrote this book with the hope that it will help to address these challenges, and to make revision manageable, enjoyable and ultimately successful.
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Category: MRCP

ISBN

9798524879127

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Publisher

Independently

Pages

 Weight

1.250

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“Finally a resource that takes into consideration the time-pressures of long shifts & the sheer volume of knowledge that is required for these post-graduate exams” – Dr. Isabel Walters (Cheshire, UK)

“Your work really helped me with the MRCP Part 2 written exam & I’m happy to let you know that I managed to pass it on my first attempt” – Dr. Joel George (Belgaum, India)

The purpose of this book is crystal clear: to help you pass your exams through productive and efficient learning. It breaks up revision into manageable chunks so that it does not feel daunting, tedious or impractical. In fact, if you spend just 1 minute immersed in its text, you will learn a thing or two. You don’t even have to start at the beginning, you can start anywhere you like!

Now although these exams are separate entities, they build upon each other with increasing relevance to clinical practice. For example you need MRCP Part 1 knowledge to pass MRCP Part 2. You need MRCP Part 2 knowledge to pass PACES & the Acute Medicine SCE.

This book provides such scope and addresses an array of topics across the many syllabi. It functions as a hybrid between an MCQ book and a textbook, presenting these topics as high yield facts. Each fact is in the form of a question to mirror the exams. However, unlike MCQ books, you don’t have to annoyingly jump to the back to read the answer. The answer is right under the question.

There are many benefits to this approach:
By touching on a variety of different topics, it helps identify your deficiencies and builds upon your strengths
It focuses on boosting your memory through strategies like spaced repetition and active recall e.g. you will quickly find that it brings to light information that you previously learnt but may have forgotten
The facts are presented like a random generator to train your brain to quickly transition from one specialty to another. Many of them have clinical context to aid with learning through association e.g. it is easier to remember the management of a condition when you have seen or treated someone with it, rather than cramming the NICE guidelines

Finally it’s worth mentioning that this book is not just for those doing exams. It facilitates lifelong learning. If you dip into it every so often, you’ll find yourself developing as a better physician and providing a higher standard of care for your patients. Unlike the vast majority of doctors who forget everything that was once learnt, you will be an exception by keeping your knowledge alive with this book.

Scroll up & click the ‘LOOK INSIDE’ feature to preview

About the author

Dr. Muzzammil Ali is the founder of the Instagram page @mrcpfacts. He is currently a registrar in the United Kingdom and is training in 2 different specialties: Acute Medicine & Intensive Care Medicine. This career choice means that he has had to do many exams. So far, he has completed the MRCP Part 1, Part 2, PACES and the Acute Medicine SCE, all in his first sitting. He is currently in the process of preparing for the FFICM exams in the near future. His passion for education has translated in him being the Education Lead for the Intensive Care Unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, one of the largest tertiary hospitals in the UK.

Through his revision, he faced 3 main challenges:
Having little time to revise
Having to remember lots of information and quickly transition from one specialty to another
The lack of dedicated resources to revise for the Acute Medicine SCE

He wrote this book with the hope that it will help to address these challenges, and to make revision manageable, enjoyable and ultimately successful.

ISBN9798524879127
AuthorDr Muzzammil Ali
PublisherIndependently
Weight1.250 kg

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