8th Dundee FRCS ENT Viva course

  • Category: Pan Speciality ENT
  • Date: 11th Mar 2018 8:00am - 13th Mar 2018 6:00pm
  • Location: Dundee, UK
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The Dundee FRCS ENT (Otolaryngology section 2) Viva Course

An intensive two and half day course held at the Ninewells Hospital and Medical School in Dundee. One of the largest teaching hospitals in Europe, with a glowing international reputation for innovative teaching.


A professional coaching service designed to motivate delegates as they prepare for their FRCS Viva in Otolaryngology.


Delegates are given the opportunity to learn and consolidate their knowledge in a motivating environment contributive to learning.


  • A dynamic and diverse faculty provide dedicated and intensive coaching pertinent to specified core material. 

  • A structured course delivered by a young and synergistic faculty.

  • Hotel venue to give realistic exam experience and easy access for transport

  • High quality teaching on key topics usually covered in the syllabus.

  • Viva stations in all fields of ENT.

  • 2 rounds of viva which is unique

  • Live communication and examination stations with real patients (16 patients chosen from 60 patient volunteer bank) and trained actors form Dundee medical school (2n).

  • Space for only 16 delegates and 6 observers (many delegate places and 3 observer places been reserved already)

  • More faculty than delegates. Consultant faculty from ENT specialists from UK, alternating faculty to provide new knowledge.

  • A two-and half day intensive course.

  • Course dinner included.

  • Weekly E-induction for 6 weeks

  • Hot seat viva to enhance quantitative learning

  • Personal video recording for delegates to promote reflective learning

  • Excellent feedback

  • Biannual course for continuity 

  • Course fee:

  •               Delegate:     £395

  •               Observer:     £195 (beneficial for future exam cadidates and European board of otorhinolaryngology and head and neck surgery part 2 examination candidates)

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