ZCR hosts 1st MRCPCH Exam

16 Mar 2020, 11:35 a.m.

The Zayed Centre for Research (Falcon Outpatients) hosted its first MRCPCH Clinical Mock Exam on Saturday 15th February 2020.12 candidates took part in this diet and alongside the GLA, we had the pleasure of welcoming Prof Sir Terrence Stephenson, Chair of the Health Research Authority, Paediatrician at UCLH and previous Chair of GMC and the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and recent Past President of RCPCH, as one of our examiners. As usual we had our hard working staff from the Learning Academy lend expert support in organising and running this, our 9th exam, at GOSH. A huge shout to all the Patients/GYE’s (GOSH Young Educators) who made this all possible.

The first Mock exam was conducted in June 2016. We now conduct two clinical mock exams, one in February and another in October before the college exam.

  • 2016 – June and October
  • 2017 – Feb and October
  • 2018 – Feb and October
  • 2019 - Feb and October
  • 2020 – 15 Feb and 3 October

We host the college exam in June each year since 2017.Help us to make this a continued success by encouraging your patients and parents to become a Young Patient Educator

  • June 2017
  • June 2018
  • June 2019
  • Next – 20 June 2020

You can send eligible patient information via MRCPCH@gosh.nhs.uk or mrcpch.clients@nhs.net

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