FRCS Paeds-Ortho in a day
ALL LECTURES ARE RECORDED SO YOU CAN WATCH ANYTHING YOU MISS BACK IN YOUR OWN TIME!
Paediatric orthopaedics is traditionally a feared part of the FRCS (Orth) exam, filled as it with complexity and controversy. Many candidates have not had much personal experience in paediatrics, yet are still expected to be able to discuss the core knowledge in detail. But with so many other subspecialties to master, how do you prepare for it, when your time to revise is limited?
Distilling the techniques used in our popular online revision course into just one intensive study day, this new course aims to give you the knowledge you need to tackle paediatric cases with confidence. With alternating sessions on core knowledge and interactive discussion, key features include:
- Pre-course series of short podcasts discussing exam technique in paediatrics, hot topics, common misconceptions and traps, and how to negotiate controversies and stay out of trouble.
- Spotter sessions, MCQs to test your understanding
- Exam top tips, buzz words, and principles clinicians use which are “not in the books”
- Up to date and evidence-based, with reference to key publications
- Hot seat viva practice, concluding with the “gold standard” model answer
- Post-course material including the relevant NICE/national guidelines, and one recent quality review paper per major topic
- All presentations recorded and accessible for up to 3 months post course (also provided as PDF format 1 week prior to course)
The “Paeds in One Day” ORUK intensive online course is an innovative approach to exam revision, which has been introduced to significantly enhance FRCS (Orth) candidates pass rates, based on our wide experience delivering popular revision courses in Paediatric Orthopaedics for over a decade, and our proven record of outstanding feedback.
This event has ended“Paeds in One Day” – ORUK intensive online FRCS (Orth) revision course for paediatric orthopaedics – 2 April ’22Event roundup Online
Mr Gavin Spence
Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon, King's College Hospital London (Dubai)
Gavin Spence is a full time paediatric orthopaedic surgeon at Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon, King’s College Hospital London (Dubai). His particular clinical interest is in external fixation and limb deformity correction. Prior to this he was a consultant for Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and the Evelina London Children’s Hospital, treating children with a variety of tertiary paediatric orthopaedic conditions including neuromuscular pathology. He trained in London and Cambridge, with fellowships in Great Ormond Street, Stanmore, and Adelaide.
Mr Michail Kokkinakis
Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon, Evelina London Children’s Hospital
Michail Kokkinakis is a consultant paediatric orthopaedic surgeon at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital and an honorary senior lecturer at King’s College London University. His subspecialty interests include adolescent hip preservation surgery, sports injuries, cerebral palsy and complex feet deformities. He received his subspecialty fellowship training at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore, Evelina London Children’s Hospital and Glasgow Royal Hospital for Sick Children.
Michail graduated from the medical school of University of Frankfurt in Germany and received his surgical and orthopaedic training in both the UK and Greece. He has a PhD in orthopaedics awarded by the University of Frankfurt and a PgCert in strategic management and leadership awarded by the University of Teesside. He has 25 Medline publications and 27 podium presentations in national and international orthopaedic meetings.
Michail in actively involved in various research projects with regards to innovation in clinical practice and acts as Principal Investigator for clinical trials at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital. Michail is member of the British Society for Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery, British Society for Surgery in Cerebral Palsy and the European Paediatric Orthopaedic Society. He is the co-chair of Cerebral Palsy Integrated Pathway for South East England and regular reviewer for the Bone and Joint Journal.