This textbook brings together almost 40 different authors to demonstrate how theoretical knowledge can be used to tackle clinical cases in paediatrics, and equips candidates with the tools and knowledge needed to pass this exam.
Using a similar question format to the exam, this publication gets to the heart of what examiners are looking for in a successful candidate performance. An invaluable resource for those studying or preparing to apply for FOP.
This comprehensive textbook was developed with input from current and former DCH Clinical examiners. It will help candidates familiarise themselves with the exam format and scoring systems, whilst learning from a broad range of clinical cases.
Fully revised and updated in February 2019, this critical review takes a life course approach. It looks at the evidence supporting child health programmes in the UK with recommendations for clinicians, providers and commissioners.
Also known as the ‘purple book’, this guidance includes good practice in relation to the paediatric forensic examination where there are concerns about child sexual abuse. It also provides an evidenced-based review of the interpretation of physical signs.
Provides essential background preparation for the MRCPCH Theory and Science exam. It contains an up-to-date review of the application of science to everyday paediatric clinical practice, whether it is interpreting clinical signs or investigations, prescribing drugs or identifying best management.