ICLDC offers vital education courses to junior doctors
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, December 30 - 2012 at 12:34
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The region's junior doctors and trainee medical specialists are being offered the chance to study for the much sought-after Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (MRCP) programme in January.
He said that the programmes provide excellent preparation for the coveted MRCP examination, and are held in partnership with UK's Hammersmith Medicine.
Meeran stated, "Anyone who wants to specialise has to become a member (of MRCP) by taking this exam, and it's quite a difficult paper to pass."
He said, "We know the standards and have considered the sort of questions that will come up and we coach doctors in a way that will make them better prepared to pass with flying colours."
He added that as there is a need to expand this training for more doctors in the region and so it makes sense for the courses to be held in the UAE. ICLDC has a purpose-designed lecture theatre, interaction areas and offers easy access to a number of hotels and airport.
"Indeed, due to the success of previous programmes, the courses will now be offered at least three times a year by ICLDC. Both the MRCP 1 and 2 programme are continuously reviewed by HAAD and accredited for 21.5 and 22 CME hours respectively," he concluded.
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