This course will deliver the required knowledge base of all basic and advanced aspects of trauma and orthopaedic surgery, along with specialist modules in spinal surgery, orthopaedic oncology and paediatric orthopaedics, with case-based discussion and problem-based learning as a key component of modular learning.
To ensure you are ready for the challenges facing today’s clinicians, you will have the opportunity to select one of two optional modules. Medical Statistics and Clinical Governance will enable you to appraise published papers and to appreciate the importance of evidence based medicine.
Introduction to Learning and Teaching covers educational theory and philosophy using a range of practical learning and teaching skills.
Created to mirror the exam syllabus of the FRCS (Tr&Orth) and EBOT Fellowship, along with the opportunity to take part in a practice viva, this course will provide you with a solid foundation on which to prepare for your exam of choice.