MRCS Part A Revision Course

MRCS Part A Revision Course

by Stuart Enoch, PhD, Noor Sash, PhD

Succeeding in MRCS Part A

This video course is the perfect preparation for the MRCS (Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons) Part A Exam. It provides an overview of essential clinical anatomy, principles of surgery and basic physiological principles.

The course also includes the rationale behind requesting investigations and management for common surgical procedures and emergencies. As in the actual exam, there will be demonstrations of topographic anatomy with a focus on functional and clinical anatomy.

Learn from Dr. Stuart Enoch as he uses a combination of oral examinations, interactive discussions, and sample patients with symptoms to help you understand each topic clearly.

The course is up to date with the current curriculum.

Course Details

  • Videos 68
  • Duration 7:05 h
  • Quiz questions 141
  • Concept Pages 38


Your Educators of course MRCS Part A Revision Course

 Stuart Enoch, PhD

Stuart Enoch, PhD

Dr. Stuart Enoch is the founder and executive director of the Doctors Academy Group, an independent medical education provider in the UK.
After completing a PhD in Cell Biology at the University of Cardiff and a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Sciences at the University of Liverpool, he pursued Specialist Training in Burns and Plastic Surgery.
In addition to clinical work, he has been actively involved in medical education and training throughout his career. He has won several awards and research fellowships and co-chairs global events, e.g., the International Medical Summer School in Manchester.
Within Lecturio, he teaches the MRCS Part A Revision Course.

 Noor Sash, PhD

Noor Sash, PhD

Dr. Sash Noor worked as a trainer at Doctors Academy, UK, which is one of the world’s largest providers of medical education and training that complements the programs offered by medical universities, institutions, and hospitals.
Within Lecturio, she teaches courses on the Physical Examination.

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By Mwongera M. on 21. September 2021 for Superior Mediastinum

Indian accent is not easy to understand. Lecturio you can better.

Poorly recorded. Not a teaching material.
By Lok C. on 15. June 2021 for The Physical Exam

1. Is there a US version? 2. It will be better to tell what's going to do before checking. 3. Please explain why. 4. Please illustrate how much is considered to be certain diseases

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By Dr. Z. on 24. April 2021 for JVP

Not very well practical not understood even a single thing

thank you a lot but ...
By Jan H. on 16. November 2020 for Trauma and Post-OP Management: Scenario 1

... please provide transkripts or re-record the lecture again. I need 10 words