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Cardiff Revision VIVA Course for FRCS Orth

Introduction

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This course is aimed at Higher Surgical Trainees appearing for their orthopaedic exit exams. Concentrating on the VIVA element of the exam, covering Orthopaedic surgical pathology; Trauma; Paediatric orthopaedics / hands; Basic sciences. 800x600

Concentrating on the VIVA element of the exam and new for 2014, group sessions on Memory Aids & Drawings.

 

Course Type

Taught

 

Course Dates
  • Monday 6 & Tuesday 7 October 2014
  • Monday 12 & Tuesday 13 January 2015

 

Course Fee

The course fees are as follows:

  • £360

 

How To Apply

If you would like to attend this course, please complete and return the attached application form.

If your address has changed or is due to change after applying, please let us know

Great course which is very helpful at this stage of the exam.

Excellant, knowledge but flexible faculty.

Relevant. Value for money. Excellent staff.

This course was very useful and gave me an idea where I stand before my exams. All the faculty members were very friendly and experienced and cleared all our queries with a smiling face. I would certainly recommend this course to my friends.

Previous delegates

 

 

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