Don’t miss another instalment of the ESVS Viva Voce practice for the FEBVS exam!
Join: David Lewis, Sanna Kouhia, Martin Teraa, Alexander Gratl & Eline Van Hattum
The overarching objective of this course is to prepare candidates for some of the different parts of the FEBVS examination. This part of the course prepares candidates for the viva voce section of the examination.
Small group viva voce exam practice, covering FEBVS curriculum topics on vascular disease. The viva voce practice will follow the format of Case Based Discussion with PowerPoint slides to focus questions and answers. The session is mapped to the FEBVS curriculum and covers a wide range of vascular conditions. Clinical presentation, pathology, investigation including imaging and treatment options will be covered during the session. Participants will be split into groups with one member of faculty for each group. Each participant will be asked to manage a clinical scenario for a minimum of 10 minutes under simulated (on line) exam conditions whilst the other members of the group observe the discussion. Timings need to be strictly adhered to and will accommodate the number of candidates in each session. The timing of the session will allow for some feedback from the convenors on your performance as well as the chance for candidates to ask any questions.
On completion of this section of the course, as well as assimilating knowledge of lower limb, carotid, aortic and venous conditions, candidates will have a high level of understanding of how to approach answering clinical oral exam questions in an ordered, organised and logical way. On completion of the course the candidate will have improved their chance of passing the FEBVS examination.
Target audience: The course is designed for all vascular surgical trainees who are considering taking professional exams in vascular surgery.
Registration and cancellation policy: € 25 for ESVS members and € 30 for non-members. Please note that the course is dependent on final registration numbers. Where registration numbers are too low to run the course, this will be announced on the website no later than 48 hours before the course starts. For cancellations received more than 10 days before the event, a refund will be given less an administration fee of EUR10. For cancellations received less than 5 days before the event, no refund is possible. Please be aware that the online session will be recorded and may be used by the ESVS on our website, social media and in the e-library.
CME: CME accreditation is not being sought for this course.
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