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MRCP(UK) Examiner newsletter
The MRCP(UK) Examiner newsletter is published quarterly. It aims to keep examiners up-to-date with the latest developments in the delivery of both the MRCP(UK) Examination and the Specialty Certificate Examinations.
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More in-depth articles on current topics found in the Examiner are available below:
|Issue||Title of Article||Summary|
|Spring 2017||Stations 2 and 4 international survey findings||A recent survey concerning PACES Station 2 and 4 was administered to international Federation lead examiners and administrators that run the examination. The findings are summarised in this report.|
|Autumn 2015||Guide to shared decision making for PACES SWG Members||Shared decision making (SDM) and support for self-management (SSM) are important clinical attitudes and skills that support patients to work in partnership with clinicians. There is a new guide to help members of the Scenario Writing Group include SDM and SSM in their scenarios for Stations 2 and 4 of PACES.|
|Spring 2015||Innovation and involvement||A profile of Dr John Mucklow, demitting Associate Medical Director for Written Examinations|
|Winter 2014-15||A welcoming world||A profile of Dr Lawrence McAlpine, demitting International Associate Medical Director|
|Winter 2014-15||Guarding the gold standard||A profile of Professor Trudie Roberts, demitting Associate Medical Director for Quality|
|Autumn 2014||Examiner census 2013-14 outcomes||The outcomes of the 2013-14 clinician census demonstrating how all the clinicians who contribute to the Part 1 and Part 2 Written examinations and the 12 specialty certificate examinations meet the standards required by the GMC.|
|Winter 2013||Ahead of the curve||
Profile: Professor Jane Dacre, demitting MRCP(UK) medical director
|Winter 2013||Review takes stock of Station 5||Review and update of PACES Station 5|
|Autumn 2013||Dr Kenneth Dagg, Chair, MRCP(UK) Clinical Examining Board||A profile of Dr Kenneth Dagg, the incoming PACES Chair|
|Autumn 2013||Ethics in Station 4 (Communication Skills and Ethics)||The Scenario Editorial Committee is currently reviewing the information for examiners in Station 4|
|Autumn 2013||Exam fees frozen for 2014||Fees for all Federation examinations will be frozen at their current level throughout 2014|
|Autumn 2013||The one that got away||A profile of Dr Andrew Elder, Demitting Chair, Part 2 Clinical Examining Board|
|Summer 2013||Scenario Writing Group is launched||Inaugural Scenario Writing Group is set up|
|Summer 2013||Interview with PACES examiner, Dr Sarah Misbah El-Sadig, Sudan||Behind the scenes at the new PACES centre at Soba University Hospital, Khartoum|
|Spring 2013||Excitement as PACES launches in Sudan||PACES launch in Sudan, December 2012|