Ram's next RCA webinar
For your diary: Sunday 3rd Jan 2021 5.30pm
Dr Ramesh Mehay
GP Trainer & Former TPD (Bradford)
Dates: Sunday 3rd January 2021
- Places are limited.
What will I cover?
- Practical Set Up Tips
- Consultation tips and tricks
- Complexity of cases – choosing the right ones.
- Truly understanding the Marking Scheme and what the Examiners are looking for.
- How to perform to get the marks.
- Doing examinations.
- Describing Clinical Management.
- Top Tips in Data Gathering
- Top Tips in Clinical Management
- Top Tips in Interpersonal Skills.
- A marking sheet – for you and your trainer
- Ask your questions session.
- This plans to be an interactive set of webinars – not just me talking throughout.
I know many of you are apprehensive of the next RCA submission. And the deadline isn’t far away. So I have decided to run a seminar to cover aspects that you struggle with and to look at some top tips and help you understand what the examiners are looking for. We will also look at the common mistakes trainees make and help you avoid those.
- If you are interested, please drop me an email at email@example.com.
- Also, please post any questions you want answering in the comments section below. If you want to remain anonymous just type your scheme name for the Name and a made up email like firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Oh, and before I forget, at least 60% of your queries will be covered by my RCA recorded webinars – so please listen to those.
Attendees have commented how detailed they were and how they contained lots of information they were previously unaware of as well as live demonstration of skills. This will be the third RCA webinar I have run.
At your service,
The RCA Webinars
Don’t forget to watch the RCA webinars – each lasting 1 hour. There are four of them. They cover lots of things you will want to know and lots of things you did not even know to ask!
Bradford VTS RCA Webpage
And of course, there are our RCA webpage that covers lots of things and gives you a whole host of free downloadable resources. There are tools we have created to help you with your consultations.
We have learn’t a lot from the first round of RCA – the picture seems clearer. But it is still relatively new and it is not surprising that there are so many trainees who don’t know whether they’re on the right path. I totally feel for you!
I don’t do these often, but I’m thinking of doing a webinar to help ease the stress and provide good practical guidance and demonstration; including new stuff based on feedback from the examiners.
Even though I have been running the Bradford VTS GP training website for over 18 years, this will only be the third time I will be appearing in front of a camera! And spaces will be limited.
So come and join me for this rare moment where I’ll be sharing some stuff they never tell you.
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We try to keep the site as FREE as possible, and occasionally we ask for money for just the odd resource here and there. We rely on this little bit money to help fund us. We don’t ask for much as you can see – compare it to the 100s you pay for exam courses! We hope you think we are fair and reasonable.
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At the end of the day, Bradford VTS was created for one main reason – to simply share ideas, knowledge and skills so we can co-create to produce wonderful new things effortlessly. Bradford VTS is made with by Dr Ramesh Mehay and others. It is an unfortunate fact that most of our funding comes from GP trainers and very little from Trainees. If you would like to change this, then please click on the contribution page here.
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