Our next MCEM Part A preparation course on 7-8 May 2013 will be taking place at the College of Emergency Medicine building in central London. The material is exam focused, including 2 mock papers, and the course features anatomy lectures delivered by the renowned Professor Ellis.
We will be running an MCEM Part A preparation course, a 'Core Clinical Skills for Emergency Clinicians' course, and an MCEM Part B and C preparation course in Calicut, India on 15-17 November 2013. These courses will be delivered by a team of ten practicing UK emergency physicians.
Our next FCEM SAQ course will be held on 27-28 July 2013. This course draws on our substantial experience both of the FCEM exam itself, and of preparing candidates for another short-answer examination, the MCEM Part B. You can also combine the SAQ course with a critical appraisal course and save money.
Having been in existence since 2005, we have rapidly become the UK's largest provider of MCEM training courses. Not only are our courses loaded with quality material, but they also give you the tools you need to pass your MCEM exams.
We have recently produced an online training package on communication skills. If you did not get detailed communication skills training at medical school, or need a refresher, this is for you. These core skills need to be mastered before tackling the more specialised MCEM Part C communication skills.
If you register with us today you will receive helpful resources that can aid your revision for the MCEM Parts A, B and C exams, as well as receiving our weekly newsletter to keep you up-to-date with our latest news.
Our MCEM Part C examination, procedure and communications videos provide excellent revision aids showing all the practical skills you need to pass your Part C exam. You can subscribe to each of the videos on a monthly basis.
A number of resources are available free. These include: a Part A lecture, a comprehensive range of Part B resources, a Part C communication video and a vast Radiology image bank. To access these, please click below to register.
Our comprehensive range of Part C Examination, Procedure and Communication videos highlight examination techniques that have previously been examined in the MCEM & FCEM exam and we firmly believe will give you the edge.
We believe our MCEM, Ultrasound and Radiology courses to be among the best in the UK. They have each been distilled over many years to give you precisely what you need to know. We currently run 6 different courses at least twice throughout the year.
We ran our second MCEM Part A course in India on 3-4 November 2012 in conjunction with Prof Tamorish Kole in New Delhi. This was off the back of our inaugural Part A course at the same venue in November 2011. Future courses to follow.
Check out our 'Case of the Week', which provides you with slightly unusual ED cases. We will aim to put up a new case each week. Each case has clinical data or images; and three or four questions to set you thinking.....
If you did not get detailed communication skills training at medical school, or need a refresher, this is for you. These core skills need to be mastered before tackling the more specialised MCEM Part C communication skills.
Bromley Emergency Courses runs exam preparation courses for the MCEM Part A, MCEM Part B and MCEM Part C exams. We also offer courses in Emergency Ultrasound Level 1 and Level 2 as well as Emergency Radiology.
We started running our first courses in 2005, and are the currently largest providers of MCEM (Membership of The College of Emergency Medicine) training in the UK. We are very proud of the high quailty of our courses as well as their value for money. All our MCEM courses are led by clinicians who have been analysing MCEM exams for years, and who provide carefully focused training. The courses include teaching, practice under exam conditions, analysis of your own strengths and weaknesses and detailed notes and practice papers to take away.
To date over 1200 candidates have completed our courses at The Princess Royal University Hospital, in South East London.