UK   MRCP


Candidates must be Mrcp p1 passed (1)
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With more than 15 years experience (1)
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Cortisol is mainly a stress hormone and helps maintain blood volume (1)
FEATURE vs SYMPTOMS/SIGNS: (1)
Always look for four important causes of almost any respiratory presentation (1)
Hence MS can't explain any lower motor or peripheral nerve signs such as Hypotonia or HYPOREFLEXIA etc (1)
It's very different examination as compared to American (1)
I'm seeking to speak with MRCP qualified Drs with experience (1)
MRCP STRONGHOLD started its journey from Nov 2017 (1)
I'm seeking to speak with MRCP qualified and experienced medicine (1)
CREPITATIONS: A Few Points (1)
Cardiology short cases (1)
This is my understanding what I was taught by my teachers. I will welcome any input from colleagues (1)
Respiratory short cases; (1)
MRCP PACES: Few Imp Points (1)
I gave my MRCP part 1 in just 3 months after moving to the UK with just 2 months of preparation (1)
Pass 3rd attempt 656 so not the best person to advice but here is what i think even if this helped one person to pass i am happy (1)
My score in the MRCP part 1 – January, 2019 (1)
So here is My Experience of MRCP part one (1)
Khaled Magrabi is an excellent book (1)
MRCP Part 1 Examination format (1)
Step by step process for registration to mrcp part 1 exam (1)
MRCP-1 8th January 2019 (1)
Patient with deteriorating memory and depression – Alzheimer’s disease (1)
MY EXPERIENCE Regarding MRCP1 MRCP2 USMLE Step2CK in 5.5 months (1)
I read Hamad one time and PassTest one time and Cardio (1)
My inbox got bombarded with messages, here is my experience (1)