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MRCGP CSA 100 Case Crammer

MRCGP CSA 100 Case Crammer

  • Thursday 28th November 2019 - BIRMINGHAM (Solihull)   


247.00

MRCGP CSA 100 Case Crammer

  • Thursday 28th November 2019 - LIVE Stream Webinar - take part from anywhere in the world - 9.30am - 6.30pm   


237.00

MRCGP CSA 100 Case Crammer Course Online

If you would like to start preparing early, you can purchase 30 days access to the video recording of the course for £220. To make the purchase, please click the link below:





This course will expose you to 100 different CSA cases covering all the major curriculum areas. For each case, we will go through the key points to cover (and what not to miss) for data gathering (history and examination), clinical management (diagnosis, management, other risks, follow up, safety netting), and interpersonal skills - how to explain things in a clear, concise and confident way.




As well as covering challenging and important case areas, you will see key skills being demonstrated live so you can model best practice and also see examples of why a candidate might lose marks and ultimately fail, so you can avoid them.

Cases covered include:

1. Parkinson’s disease

2. Emergency contraception

3. Dyspepsia

4. Atrial Fibrillation - annual review

5. Interactive case 1

6. Appendicitis

7. Mild / Moderate depression

8. Severe depression

9. Vision problems

10. Interactive case 2

11. Suspected HIV infection

12. Diabetes

13. BP Assessment

14. Post-natal depression

15. Interactive case 3

16. Rectal bleeding

17. Vasectomy

18. Slimming pill request

19. Sickle cell disease

20. Interactive case 4

21. Tinnitus

22. Sore throat - OOH

23. URTI - asthmatic

24. Suspected migraine

25. Interactive case 5

26. Frozen shoulder

27. Rotator cuff injury

28. Anorexia Nervosa

29. Bulimia

30. Interactive case 6

31. Sexual health

32. Hazardous drinking

33. Alcohol dependence

34. Stable angina

35. Interactive case 7

36. Epilepsy review

37. Urinary incontinence

38. Anaemia

39. Acne vulgaris

40. Interactive case 8

41. Vaccinations

42. Alopecia

43. Tired all the time (TATT)

44. Chronic fatigue syndrome

45. Interactive case 9

46. Angina - poor control

47. Conjunctivitis - viral

48. Conjunctivitis - bacterial

49. Rheumatoid arthritis

50. Interactive case 10

51. Suspect acute stroke

52. Suspected TIA

53. Prostate cancer screening

54. PSA results

55. Interactive case 11

56. Haemoptysis

57. Lyme disease

58. Palliative care - home visit

59. Knee pain

60. Interactive case 12

61. Recurrent gout

62. Suspected pancreatitis

63. Bladder cancer

64. Pyelonephritis

65. Interactive case 13

66. Bedwetting

67. Suspected asthma - review

68. Uncontrolled asthma

69. Drug monitoring

70. Interactive case 14

71. Testicular lump

72. Torsion

73. Menopausal symptoms

74. HRT

75. Interactive case 15

76. Hyperthyroidism

77. Haemochromatosis

78. Leg cramps

79. Suspected ADHD

80. Interactive case 16

81. Ovarian cancer

82. Painful eye

83. Limping child - telephone

84. Painful rash

85. Interactive case 17

86. Allergic rhinitis

87. Allergies - poor control

88. Breast lump

89. Eczema in a child

90. Interactive case 18

91. Menorrhagia

92. Melanoma

93. COPD - poor control

94. Autism spectrum disorder

95. Interactive case 19

96. Falls

97. Irritable bowel syndrome

98. Dry eyes

99. Vitamin D deficiency

100. Interactive case 20

Course Programme:

09.15: Registration
09.30 Welcome and introduction
09.35 Cases 1- 24
11.30 Break for refreshments
11.45 Cases 25 - 50
13.35 Lunch break*
14.15 Cases 51-75
16.00 Break for refreshments
16.15 Cases 76-100
18.15 Questions and answers
18.25 Summary and final tips
18.35 Close

*Hot buffet lunch provided - there will be halal and vegetarian options available

The course is taught by Dr Mahibur Rahman - the medical director of Emedica. Dr Rahman took part in the CSA pilot in 2006, he sat the first ever sitting of the CSA in September 2007, where he was awarded a pass with merit after passing every case. He has been teaching both registrars and GP trainers on how to prepare for CSA for 10 years. In that time, he has helped several thousand doctors, including GP registrars from every deanery in the UK, doctors preparing for the simulated surgery part of the induction and refresher assessment, and doctors preparing for MRCGP international. You can see some of the feedback from delegates from our previous CSA courses here:

MRCGP CSA course feedback

Doctors that cannot attend in person can take part in the LIVE stream webinar of the entire course on selected dates - please select the LIVE stream option on these dates.

Here is some feedback from our previous courses:

"Yes results did come out this evening as you predicted - I got 102/117 so was really pleased! Thank you so much for your help. I used the CSA 100 case crammer webinar as well as attending your course in Birmingham and both were invaluable so thank you very very much!"

Dr L P - Passed CSA

"I passed! Course was excellent as was the webinar. Nearly all of my exam cases were in that 100 case crammer!"

Dr R D - Passed CSA

The CSA 100 crammer course was indeed helpful, I used it for my final revision; it helped me consolidate my knowledge in a time efficient manner. I passed at my first attempt.

Dr P A - Passed CSA First Attempt

"Excellent content and presentation. A game changer for passing the CSA, has boosted my confidence."

" Vast range of topics covered - more than I was hoping for! Really good opportunity to ask data gathering questions. Always entertaining (despite a long day of teaching!) and engaging :)"

" I was in the webinar (live stream) for your 100 cases - it worked brilliantly - thank you."

"Comprehensive, covered wide variety of topics, interactive session was really good and useful. Topics covered were common and relevant. Hats off to Dr Rehman for the hard work "

"Good broad overview of things we need to consider"

Telephone: 0121 744 6433 email: info@emedica.co.uk