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- Date and time Wed 29 Mar 2023 from 8:30am to 4:35pm
- Location Royal Society of Medicine
- Organised by Surgery
This popular annual revision day provides candidates with the opportunity to refine and test their knowledge, practice exam technique, and clarify any issues with an experienced UK based faculty. Attendees will gain a dynamic view of the key topics covered in the general surgery section 2 exam and be provided with an intensive overview of the core materials.
Interactive talks covering most of the sub-specialties are delivered by experienced consultants making this recording ideal for those preparing for examinations or trainees simply wanting to refresh their knowledge.
The primary aim of this meeting is to provide surgical trainees with updates in preparation for the FRCS in general surgery enabling them to acquire the knowledge, communication skills and techniques to excel in the exam.
This meeting will be available as an on-demand recording. To register to watch the on-demand webinar, please click here.
During this event you will:
- Know the current best practice in each surgical specialty.
- Understand the most important concepts in each subject.
- Opportunity to ask the speakers questions and discuss any difficult issues.
Attendees will have a chance to engage in the discussion and to ask questions during the meeting. This event has CPD accreditation.
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Registration for this event will close at 1:00am on Tuesday 28 March 2023. Late registrations will not be accepted.
The agenda is subject to change at any time
If the event is recorded, we are only able to share presentations that we have received permission to share. There is no guarantee that all sessions will be available after the event, this is at the presenter’s and RSM’s discretion.
All views expressed at this event are of the speakers themselves and not of the Royal Society of Medicine, nor the speaker's organisations.
This event will be recorded and stored by the Royal Society of Medicine and may be distributed in future on various internet channels.