Primary FRCA Revision Course

Mon, 24/06/2019 to Thu, 27/06/2019
Royal College of Anaesthetists
Fully booked
Clinical Content Lead(s): 
Dr Ed Hammond and Dr Steve Boumphrey
Event timings: 

This Course is now fully booked.  Our next Course will be running from 14-17 January 2020.  For further details or to book please click here

A highly rated 4-day intensive course of lectures and MCQs covering key and difficult subject areas. An opportunity to compare your knowledge against other candidates.

Intended for those studying for the Primary FRCA exam covering the key areas in pharmacology, physics, physiology, statistics and clinical measurement. Each lecture is combined with MCQ practice, marked electronically and the results made immediately available so candidates can compare their performance within their peer group.

We recommend that candidates who plan to sit the September 2019 MCQ examination attend this course but all anaesthetists in training are welcome to attend.

Hear what our January 2019 attendees thought:

“An intensive and valuable course with a good mixture of questions and teaching

“A very helpful course with excellent speakers and useful examination tips

Highly recommend to anyone attempting to do the primary! Invaluable 4 days

“Excellent course, great value for money - covers most of the important parts of the syllabus”

“Excellent lecturers simplifying all key topics essential for the primary. Simply awesome!”

“Brilliant, already feel better prepared and it’s definitely helped me identify areas to work on”





Price information

All days £325
One day £85





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