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FRCPath Part 1 Training (Molecular). 15 th September 2010 Gemma Monaghan Regional Molecular Trainer (London). FRCPath Part 1 Self Help Course. Self help running several years London, Birmingham, Manchester Written exam (mar/apr) & practical (sept/oct) 1 day per month from Sept to Feb

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Frcpath part 1 training molecular

FRCPath Part 1 Training (Molecular)

15th September 2010

Gemma Monaghan

Regional Molecular Trainer (London)


Frcpath part 1 self help course

FRCPath Part 1 Self Help Course

  • Self help running several years

    • London, Birmingham, Manchester

  • Written exam (mar/apr) & practical (sept/oct)

  • 1 day per month from Sept to Feb

    • 2.5 hrs AM & 2.5 hrs PM

  • Practical Exam Session (prior to practical)


Course programme 2010 london

Course Programme 2010 (London)

DateTopicFacilitator

Fri 17th Sep 2010AM Trinucleotide repeat disordersJames MacPherson

PMPatterns of inheritance Gemma Monaghan

Fri 15th Oct 2010AMMutation DetectionSteve Abbs

PMBioinformatics (formerly protein motifs)Stewart Payne

Fri 19th Nov 2010 AMGene structure and function David Baty

PMIdentification & characterisation Carolyn Tysoe

of genes

Fri 17th Dec 2010AMCancer GeneticsFiona MacDonald

PMPopulation GeneticsMike Weale

Fri 14th Jan 2011AM Laboratory Management Lucy Jenkins

PMClinical perspectives Ian Frayling

Fri 18th Feb 2011AM Practice questionsGail Norbury

 PM Practice questionsGail Norbury

Session prior to Risk Calculation, Interpretation Ian Frayling

practical exam & Report writing


Format of course

Format of Course

  • Two themed sessions per day

    • eg Cancer Genetics, Population Genetics

  • All participants assigned a topic to present

    • half AM and half PM

  • All participants assigned 1-2 essay plans (NEW)

    • to be submitted to facilitator 1 wk prior to session

    • facilitator composes model essay plan

  • All participants to submit “Hot topic” articles (NEW)

    • compilation of a reading list by GM/NW

    • Eg hot papers identified at journal club


Topic assignments

Topic Assignments

  • Topics assigned are in exam question format eg

    • ‘For many disorders with a genetic basis, phenotype variability is dependent upon which parent the mutant sequence was inherited from’. Discuss this statement using as many examples as possible.

    • Describe the core processes and principles of quality management.


Essay plans

Essay Plans

  • Assigned 1-2 essay plans per day

  • No more than 10-20min per plan

    • more time than under exam conditions

  • Submit to facilitator 1 week prior to session

  • Facilitator composes a model essay plan

    • Model plan discussed at session

    • Facilitator will add any points overlooked

    • Model plan posted on CMGS/ACC training sites


Feedback 5

Feedback (5)

  • Was the provision and timeliness of information about the course and the pre-course materials:

  • Excellent1

  • Good3

  • Satisfactory 1

  • Poor

  • Very poor


Feedback 51

Feedback (5)

  • Was the venue:

  • Excellent1

  • Good3

  • Satisfactory1

  • Poor

  • Very poor


Feedback 52

Feedback (5)

  • Was the content of the course:

  • Excellent1

  • Good3

  • Satisfactory1

  • Poor

  • Very poor


Feedback 53

Feedback (5)

  • Was the course more-or-less what you expected?

    Yes 5

  • Did you feel that the balance of the course was satisfactory in terms of what was covered?

    Yes 5


Feedback 54

Feedback (5)

  • What was the best aspect of the course?

  • All good 1

  • Wide range of topics 1

  • Meeting other candidates 2

  • What was the least beneficial aspect of the course?

  • Too many people on the course 1

  • Some overlap between topics 2

  • Clinical aspects session 1


Feedback 55

Feedback (5)

  • Did the course make you more confident about sitting the exam? Yes 5

  • Please indicate any sessions that you felt to be superfluous or topics that needed to be covered but were not:

  • Superfluous – protein motifs 5

  • Needed – new developments 3

    – overlap with other disciplines

    e.g. molecular oncology, cyto 1


Feedback 56

Feedback (5)

  • Suggestions as to how the course might be improved:

  • More input from participants 1


Thanks

Thanks

  • Big thanks to all the part 1 facilitators

    - past and present

  • Sarah


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