SBAs for the Final FRCA (Oxford Specialty Training: Revision Texts) 1st Edition (2019) (PDF) by Caroline Whymark

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SBAs for the Final FRCA (Oxford Specialty Training: Revision Texts) 1st Edition (2019) (PDF) by Caroline Whymark

Basic Information:

  • Year: 2019
  • Page Number: 208 pages
  • File Type: PDF
  • File Size: 7,94 MB
  • Authors/ Editiors: Caroline Whymark

Description:

Prepare with confidence for the Final FRCA with this dedicated guide featuring 300 original single best answer questions (SBAs) covering the whole breadth of the RCOA basic and intermediate curricula.SBAs correspond to the Royal College of Anaesthetist’s units of training, so candidates can focus their revision in each sub-specialty area, such as paediatrics, neuroanaesthesia, and pain management. Individuals can track their progress, identify gaps in their knowledge, and target their ongoingrevision as needed, assured that chapters cover all aspects of the curriculum as required for the exam. A final mock chapter allows candidates to rehearse for real exam conditions. Written by a team of consultant anaesthetists and active educators, these original and high-quality questions have been developed over years of clinical experience and critical incidents as well as the authors’ own revision courses. Each question is accompanied by detailed answers, explanations, andfurther reading. This invaluable resource also includes advice on SBA technique making this the only guide you need for SBAs in the Final FRCA Written Paper.

User’s Review:

Editorial Reviews: About the Author Caroline Whymark, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, University Hospital Crosshouse, NHS Ayrshire and Arran, UK,Ross Junkin, Consultant in Anaesthesia, University Hospital Crosshouse, NHS Ayrshire and Arran, UK,Judith Ramsey, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine,University Hospital Ayr, NHS Ayrshire and Arran, UKDr Whymark graduated from Glasgow University in 1995. She trained in anaesthesia in a variety of centres including East Anglia and the West of Scotland before taking up a Consultant post in Ayrshire in 2004. Her areas of clinical interest include Pain Medicine and Emergency Anaesthesia. Shedeveloped an interest in medical education during her training and completed a PG Cert (MedEd) in 2003. She was college tutor for 6 years and subsequently Deputy Regional Adviser/Training Programme director for the West of Scotland School of Anaesthesia. She developed and introduced the successfulregional FRCA course in 2011 and published a book Preparing to Pass the FRCA in 2015.Dr Junkin graduated from the University of Glasgow medical school in 2002. He trained in anaesthesia in the West of Scotland before taking up a Consultant post in Ayrshire at University Hospital Crosshouse in 2013. His areas of clinical interest include perioperative medicine, anaesthesia forcolorectal surgery and obstetric anaesthesia. He developed an interest in medical education during his training and completed a PG Cert (MedEd) in 2013. He has helped deliver a successful regional FRCA course and is currently College Tutor.Dr Ramsey graduated from Glasgow University in 2000. She trained in anaesthesia in the West of Scotland before taking up a consultant post in Ayrshire in 2013. Her areas of clinical interest include Intensive Care Medicine, Regional and Vascular Anaesthesia. She developed an interest in medicaleducation during her training and completed a PG Cert (MedEd) in 2011. She has been actively involved in successful development and delivery of a regional FRCA course since 2013.

Reviews from Amazon users which were colected at the time this book was published on the website:

⭐Well organised by moduleUseful adjunct – however some glaring errors – for example in one question the indications for cell salvage are incorrectly referenced to 2010 CEACCP article when there are new 2018 cell salvage guidelines available and these mean some of the explanations given are plain wrong. An anaphylaxis/allergy question is incorrect also based on current guidelines and NAP 6 findings.Still its mostly correct I think? Perhaps needed a further proof read for a few typos also.

⭐Several glaring mistakes. Some chapters have very outdated or unconventional terminology.Old references given this was published in 2019. I’m not convinced this book is really that helpful…

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