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FRCS and MRCS Examinations - Any Questions Answered
This webinar will provide an update on the recent successful diet of MRCS examinations and provide an update on the upcoming FRCS examinations, with opportunities to put your questions to our expert panel.

John McGregor, Chair of JCIE, and Martin Owens, Head of Operations at JCIE, will be joining the session and discussing what arrangements are in place for the upcoming FRCS diet, and provide insight into what can be expected, while answering questions from exam candidates. Gregory Ekatah, Registrar in Colorectal Surgery, and uniquely a candidate for the FRCS in November himself, will be on the panel representing candidates’ interests.

Lastly, this session will be a great opportunity to look back at the recent successful diet of MRCS examinations, as we’re joined by John Hines, Chair of the ICBSE, who will discuss the challenges faced by running examinations during COVID, successes achieved and learnings gained which can be applied to future diets.

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Oct 19, 2020 07:00 PM in London

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