PACES MRCP UK - Where MRCPians Meet Since 2006

MRCP is well establised as an entry exam for advanced specialist training in many countries including Malaysia. It consists of 3 paper i.e. Part1, Part2(written tests) and PACES. PACES in full means Practical Assessment of Clinical Examination Skills. It is the third part and the candidate is assessed by fellows of RCP. I passed my PACES in 2005. I am glad that many seniors had guided me throughout my preparation for PACES and I wish to share my experiences with PACES candidates via this blog.


Friday, October 05, 2007

1st Preparatory Course And Mock Exam Experience

The very 1st MRCP PACES preparatory course and mock exam has ended successfully in Penang Hospital. I wish to thank all my team mates and the participants for their support. I'm indeed grateful for being granted the task of putting up a great team for the event.

By saying a great team, I really mean it! We hope to make it an annual event:)

I would like to thank the following prominent academic gurus for their time and effort in teaching the candidates:
Prof Richard Loh
Prof Amir S Khir
Dato Dr Rozina
Dato Dr Abd Razak Muttalib
Prof Dato Kew
Prof Abd Rashid Abd Rahman
Prof Raymond Azman Ali
Dr Haniffah Abd Ghafoor
Dr Norazizah Aziz
A/Prof Malik Mumtaz
Dr Simon Lo
Dr Eow GB

Without their selfless contribution, this event would not possibly be realised!

PS: Special thanks to eMRCPian for his advice and moral support

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3 Comments:

At 10/14/2007 08:39:00 PM, Blogger Dr. David Teoh aka eMRCPian said...

Axonopathic, keep it up! I am sure it would be a great news to all MRCPians to make it an annual event.

 
At 11/16/2007 09:41:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can this mock exam be held 3 times a year,it will be of great help to those who are undergoing the paces.

 
At 11/16/2007 10:58:00 PM, Blogger Axonopathic said...

Dear anonymous,

Thanks for the encouraging words. We'll try our best to help our colleagues to get through the exam.

Nonetheless, the initiation and preparation for such courses will take a great toll on both manpower and resources, not to mention the most important help from our selfless lecturers. Hence, we would really need to plan well ahead of things before each course.

Thanks again for the comment:)

 

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