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Topics Covered | Exam Preparation
This is the most extensive online Acute Medicine SCE revision resource and allows you to study via categorised revision. The resource mirrors the MRCP SCE in Acute Medicine SCE blueprint and is divided into the following topics:
Cancer and palliative care and haematology
Clinical pharmacology and poisoning
Critical care medicine
Diabetes and endocrine medicine
Gastroenterology and hepatology
Medicine in the elderly
Neurology and ophthalmology
Editor | Acute Medicine SCE
Dr Rajeev Kumar
Consultant Physician in Acute Medicine
"Our Acute Medicine question bank contains a large number of relevant questions, answers and explanations. The database is constantly updated based on feedback obtained from our students, which makes this one of the most accurate and reliable SCE online revision resource available. I would highly recommend this course, and it will certainly help you pass your exam. Good Luck!"
I’m a Diabetes and Endocrinology Consultant at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital and an Honorary Consultant
Endocrinologist at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.
I completed my graduation and post-graduation (MD Medicine) at the University of Delhi with a thesis on thyroid dysfunction. Following this, I had the opportunity
to research neuroendocrine tumours, for which I was awarded an MD from Cardiff University. For this research, I won prizes at the European Neuroendocrine Tumour Society (2009), the UK & Ireland Neuroendocrine Tumour Society (2008) and the
British Endocrine Society (2009 and 2011 respectively) annual meetings.
I’m the editor of ‘Best of Five MCQs for the Endocrinology and Diabetes SCE’ published in February 2015, which remains one of the most widely read books
by diabetes and endocrinology trainees in the UK. I have also published editorials/articles in peer-reviewed journals, and contributed to book chapters on neuroendocrine tumours, thyroid and parathyroid disorders in various
I work as a Consultant in Diabetes, Endocrinology and Acute Medicine at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. Apart from providing specialist care to patients with diabetes and endocrine conditions, I am also involved in research and teaching activities. My clinical and research interests include thyroid disease, obesity, diabetes mellitus type 2, and pituitary disease.
During my specialty training, I received the Lewis Thomas Gibbon Jenkins Fellowship by RCP Wales to complete research on circulating extracellular vesicles in human obesity, for which I was awarded an MD from Cardiff University.
I am a committee member of the Young Diabetologist and Endocrinologist Forum Wales, and in 2020, I was awarded the SfE Leadership and Development Clinician in Practice Award.
Aside from my consultancy position, I have a keen interest in medical education and act as a tutor on the Postgraduate Diploma course in Acute Medicine at the University of South Wales.
I qualified as a Renal Consultant with a special interest in diabetes and renal
replacement therapies. I am honoured to hold fellowships in Renal Medicine from both Pakistan (FCPS) and the United Kingdom (MRCP).
I currently work as the Medical Director and Head of Nephrology Services at Bahria Town
International Hospitals, Lahore. I have held these posts since December 2014 when I moved back to Pakistan after working at the Royal London Hospital UK as a Kidney Research and Clinical Scholar.
I am honoured to serve as a Senior Lecturer with Learna and the University of South Wales UK, wherein I facilitate the Postgraduate Diploma and MSc courses in Acute Medicine.
I’m a Clinical Senior Lecturer and Consultant Physician for Diabetes and Endocrinology at Cardiff
University and the University Hospital of Wales. I am on the Society for Endocrinology Clinical Committee and am also a Co-convenor of the SfE Thyroid Network, and was recently appointed to the 2020 SfE Leadership and Development Awards
I have received awards at both national and international conferences for my work and have over 50 publications including key publications in JAMA, Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology and Nature
I’m a Consultant in Acute Medicine, Diabetes and Endocrinology at Bedford Hospital
NHS Trust, Bedford.
I graduated from the University of Delhi in 1993, and undertook my specialist training in the Eastern Deanery (Cambridge rotation). During my career, I have worked at professorial units at Addenbrooke's
Hospital; Cambridge, Luton and Dunstable Hospital; and QE2 Hospital in Welwyn Garden City.
My clinical practice includes the management of a wide range of endocrine disorders including type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus,
hypoglycaemia, insulin pumps, hypertension, hyperlipidaemia, thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal disorders, electrolyte disturbances, osteoporosis and general internal medical conditions.
I’m a Consultant Endocrinologist at the University Hospital Wales. My clinical interests include hypogonadism,
growth hormone deficiency and obesity. I have published over 100 peer-reviewed publications and my research interests include the application of novel technologies in delivering medical education.
I have an established
reputation in medical education, in particular online learning, having been the founder of OnExamination.com and Diploma MSc. I’ve also been involved in establishing training courses for weight management in community pharmacy.
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Customer Reviews | Acute Resource
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16th Dec 2020 | Acute Medicine SCE
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“I loved using StudyPRN for my SCE Acute Medicine. The questions were appropriate and relevant to my curriculum. I liked the explanations, enjoyed making online notes and the recommended reading proved useful. I liked that each speciality was divided so I could revise systematically. I definitely felt more confident in the exam and passed with flying colours!”
17th Feb 2020 | Acute Medicine SCE
Dr Ibrahim Rasheed | Medical Consultant (QA)
“I used StudyPRN as my main guiding resource for MRCP Acute Medicine. I had to take the exam during my busy service period for my appraisal. StudyPRN provided me with a focused approach to the examination and also boosted my knowledge, which helped me pass my exam on the first sitting.”
17th Feb 2020 | Acute Medicine SCE
Dr Mohamed Soliman | Hospital Doctor (GB)
“The course is excellent - I passed the exam on my first try. The question bank was instrumental as I based my revision on it. It is useful whether it’s used for the Specialty Certificate Exam or as a general revision tool.”