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MRCS revision sessions

Anatomy and Pathology Museum — extended hours for MRCS Part B candidates

To support candidate revision for MRCS part B, there will be a series of weekday evening and Saturday extended openings at the Anatomy and Pathology Museum in advance of the exams. Candidate self-study is supported by a senior surgeon or anatomist onsite:

4-7pm on Tuesday 23 April 2024: Mr David Drake - Thorax, abdomen and perineum

4-7pm on Wednesday 24 April 2024: Mr Mark Harrison - Urology

10am-1pm on Saturday 27 April 2024: Mr Ossie Fernandez - Renal

2-5pm on Saturday 27 April 2024: Mr Roop Tandon - Orthopaedic, lower limb

4-7pm on Tuesday 30 April 2024: Mr Dominic Spicer - Orthopaedic, upper limb

4-7pm on Wednesday 1 May 2024: Professor Vishy Mahadevan (Emeritus Barbers Professor of Anatomy) - All anatomical regions

4-7pm on Friday 3 May 2024: Mr Tom Loosemore - Vascular

The Anatomy and Pathology Museum is Human Tissue Authority licensed, all candidates attending these sessions must bring hard-copy proof of their status as a medical professional for access to the museum e.g. hospital ID

These will be drop-in sessions with no pre-booking required.

Please note the surgeon/anatomist stated may be subject to change due to availability.

Visiting the Anatomy and Pathology Museum

The APM is at the Royal College of Surgeons of England
38-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields

Nearest underground stations: Holborn (Piccadilly and Central) and Temple (District and Circle)

New Study e-resource

All of the specimens in the APM are now available to affiliate members and members of RCS England for online study through a new anatomy and pathology e-resource

For medical students, foundation or core surgical trainees, RCS England offers affiliate membership for only £15 per year, providing a range of benefits to support your journey to specialty training. Affiliate members who take the MRCS Part B with us are eligible for our First 4 membership, which can save you up to £512 in membership fees. Find out more about how to join.

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