ONLINE COURSE – FRCPath Part 2 Mock Course – 1st – 2nd March 2022
Important! To register for this course, please pay the £75 non-refundable deposit by clicking the 'TAKE THIS COURSE' button at the top of this page. The total cost of this course is £300 and the outstanding balance of £225 will be due one month prior to the start of the course via our partner website pathologyspheres.com. You will be sent details via email on how to pay the course balance closer to the time.
This is an online 2 day practical course with both mock examination and seminars preparing trainees for the FRCPath Part 2 Examination.
Day 1 - Mock Exam
Histology Section Mock
Cytology Section Mock
Frozen Section Mock
Day 2 - The Review
Review of the mock exam and exam tips
Format of the exam and tips on getting through it
What the examiner is looking for
Analysis of group performance
Macroscopic dissection viva forum
Frozen sections viva forum
Feedback and concluding remarks
The 2 day FRCPath Part 2 Revision Course prepares trainees for the Exam. This is a unique course giving trainees that all important pre-exam Mock (under exam conditions) with the papers individually marked and scored in line with the actual exam.
Key Features of the Course:
If this will be your second (or more) attempt at the exam, we still recommend that you do the mock exam on Day 1 as you will get personalised feedback.
The course speakers have knowledge of the Royal College exam - some of them are examiners, and all are experienced teachers.
Trainees preparing for the FRCPath Part 2 Examination.
£300 for the course. Your booking will be secured with payment of a £75 non-refundable deposit. The remaining balance of £225 is due 1 month before the course. Balance payments are completed through our partner website, pathologyspheres.com. Failure to pay the final balance will result in the delegate losing their place on the course and Oxbridge Medica retaining the non-refundable deposit.
Day 1 – 23rd February 2021
- 09:00 – 09:10 Welcome
- 09:10 – 12:10 Histology section
- 12:10 – 01:00 Lunch
- 13:30 – 16:30 Cytology - Cases 1-9 (8 Gynae, 8 non-Gynae) followed by Frozen Sections (6 cases)
Day 2 – 24th February 2021
- 08:45 – 09:00 Overview of Day 1
- 09:00 – 10:00 Review of the Cytology Exam
- 10:00 – 10:30 What the Examiner is Looking For and Tips for the Exam
- 10:30 – 11:30 Histology Review Part 1
- 11:30 – 11:35 Break
- 11:35 – 12:30 Histology Review Part 2
- 12:30 – 13:00 Frozen Sections
- 13:00 – 13:45 Lunch
- 13:45 – 14:15 Management Scenarios
- 14:15 – 14:45 Long Cases
- 14:45 – 15:15 Macro Cases
- 15:15 – 15:30 Round up of the Day and Conclusion
Dr Iskander H. Chaudhry – Course Director
Dr Iskander H. Chaudhry is a consultant histopathologist specialising in Skin Pathology at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital. He has varied experience working at St James’ Hospital, Stepping Hill Hospital and Manchester Royal Infirmary as a Skin and Soft Tissue Pathologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Manchester University.
He graduated from Manchester’s School of Medicine in 1996 and then embarked on a career in Pathology, training in the Mersey Deanery. In 2004 is was awarded a Fellowship at St. John’s Institute of Dermatology and trained as a dermatopathologist under Dr Eduardo Calonje and Dr Alistair Robson. In 2005, he received a visiting Fellowship to Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA for 3 months and trained under the supervision of Professor Martin Mihm Jr. He has an active role in teaching and is a founding member and on the organising committee of the London Dermatopathology Symposium, which is an International Scientific and Clinical Pathology meeting running in its 8th year.
Dr Abbie Pugh – Course Director
Dr Abbie Pugh is a Specialist Registrar at New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton in the West Midlands Deanery. She graduated from the University Of Wales College Of Medicine in 2006 and commenced histopathology speciality training in 2008 after completing her Foundation Studies in North Wales. She is actively involved in teaching medical undergraduates at the University of Birmingham and is a School STEM Ambassador. She is currently the Chair of the Trainee Members’ Group of the Association of Clinical Pathologists.