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Topics Covered | Exam Preparation
This online Endocrinology & Diabetes SCE revision resource is the first of its kind, and provides you with all that you need to optimise your chances of passing this challenging examination. The resource mirrors the MRCPUK's exam blueprint and is divided into the following categories:
Diabetes mellitus (diagnosis and general management, delivery of diabetes care)
Diabetic emergencies and management during acute illness/surgery
Complications of diabetes
Hypothalamus and pituitary
Editor | Endocrinology & Diabetes SCE
Dr Preethi Nalla | Consultant Diabetologist
"StudyPRN is a great resource for those who are preparing for the SCE exam in Endocrinology and Diabetes. There are a large number of questions covering a broad range of conditions, treatments and guidelines, and the questions are similar to the real exam."
I am currently an Assistant Professor and a Consultant of Internal Medicine, Diabetes and Endocrinology at King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia. I am involved in clinical, research, and teaching roles, which include course coordination and exam preparations.
I graduated and earned my doctorate from Menoufia University, Egypt, where I still keep an academic position as a lecturer. Additionally, I worked as a Clinical Research Fellow at Joslin Diabetes Center, Harvard University, USA (2008-2009), where I contributed to a variety of clinical research related to diabetes, obesity, satiety hormones and inflammatory markers.
My clinical experience involves a variety of outpatient and inpatient adult diabetes and endocrinology cases from diverse nationalities. I have shared in journal publications, a book chapter and peer review activities.
I am honoured to join the Endocrinology and Diabetes team at StudyPRN: a famous resource for the SCE exam. The questions are based on real clinical scenarios, currently updated, and always with a concise learning objective based on the SCE curriculum. The question bank can not only help endocrinologists pass the exam, but also represents an up-to-date, problem-based learning resource for practising clinicians.
I achieved my MBBS from Rawalpindi Medical University, Pakistan. After graduating, I completed my four years
residency in Internal Medicine at Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Lahore, and got my fellowship degree, FCPS (Internal Medicine), from the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan. Moreover, I hold
certification from the Royal College of Physicians (UK) for SCE in Endocrinology and Diabetes. I’m currently working as a Consultant Physician, Endocrinologist and Diabetologist.
StudyPRN is the best revision resource for
SCE exams. I passed my exam in the first sitting because of this. It provides you with a focused approach based on the exam format, accuracy, difficulty level and explanations of MCQs according to updated guidelines. Now being an author of
StudyPRN, I keep all these points in my mind and highly recommend anyone who wants to be successful in the exam to utilise this resource.
I am a Diabetes and Endocrinology Consultant at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital and an Honorary
Consultant Endocrinologist at the University Hospital of Wales.
I completed my graduation and post-graduation 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. Additionally, 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) annual meetings for this research.
I am the editor of the Best of Five MCQs for the Endocrinology and Diabetes SCE, which remains one of the most widely read books by diabetes and
endocrinology trainees in the UK. I have also published editorials and articles in peer-reviewed journals and contributed to book chapters on neuroendocrine tumours, thyroid and parathyroid disorders in various textbooks.
I received my undergraduate education and medical degree from the American University of Beirut, and continued my residency training and fellowship in Endocrinology at the American University of Beirut.
I was an Assistant Professor and Chair of the Medical Education Department at the Faculty of Medicine at Beirut Arab University, and am currently working as an Endocrinologist Consultant at HealthPlus Diabetes and Endocrinology Center in the UAE.
I received the Alpha Omega Alpha Award, and am active in research in endocrinology and medical education. I am excited to be part of the Learna family and enjoy writing practice exam questions for StudyPRN’s Endocrinology SCE revision resource.
I am 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 am a Consultant Diabetologist at Singleton Hospital, Swansea and have a specialist interest in benign
thyroid disorders and antenatal diabetes clinics. I completed my MBBS from the N.T.R University of Health Sciences (2006), followed by my MRCP (UK) in 2012 and finally the MRCP SCE in Diabetes and Endocrinology (2017).
passionate about teaching, having presented several interesting topics on diabetes, endocrine and general internal medicine in local departmental teaching sessions and in specialist registrar teachings. In addition, I am actively involved in
teaching medical students and MRCP PACES exam candidates.
I am 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 and in particular online learning, having been the founder of OnExamination.com. I have also been involved in establishing training courses for weight management in community pharmacy.
“One of the best learning applications that I have used. Lets you master the subject along with preparation for the exams. I would continue to use it even after the exams.”
27th Feb 2021 | Endocrinology & Diabetes SCE
Dr Wael Nabil | Internal Medicine Specialist (SA)
“StudyPRN was very helpful and useful with all available questions, answers and many related resources that helped me pass the Specialty Certificate Examination in Endocrinology & Diabetes. Questions were very close to those of the exam covering all topics and you can re-answer them many times to monitor your progress, with many helpful sources available.”
Dr Neil Kelly | Diabetes and Endocrinology ST6 (GB)
“I used StudyPRN as a revision aid for my Endocrinology SCE exam and cannot recommend it enough. The question bank was challenging but varied enough to thoroughly cover a broad range of topics. I have recommended it to my colleagues! I would rate the resource 5/5 especially having used other resources that are not as useful in the past.”
5th Feb 2021 | Endocrinology & Diabetes SCE
Dr Hassan Akhtar | Endocrinology & Diabetes Registrar (GB)
“It is said that reading the Oxford handbook is a must for SCE Endocrinology & Diabetes; but I believe StudyPRN resources is a must. I didn't read the Oxford handbook and still passed the examination with good marks in my first attempt. I did some other MCQs too, but my base and concept revolved around StudyPRN. Thank you StudyPRN for the perfect guidance.”
13th Jan 2021 | Endocrinology & Diabetes SCE
Dr Jawad Bashir | Consultant Endocrinologist (GB)
“I recently used StudyPRN’s resource for specially certificate exam preparation. I have to admit the content was high quality and the best online resource for the SCE exam. Revision was easy and the website was easily accessible through mobile. I would highly rate StudyPRN for SCE exam preparation. It's a 5 star resource to pass the exam.”
27th Jul 2020 | Endocrinology & Diabetes SCE
Dr M.A Mujeeb Afzal | Endocrinology Resident (IN)
“StudyPRN is one of the best resources out there for the Endocrinology SCE. Not only did I pass the exam on my first attempt, I also got into DM Endocrinology Residency after clearing through a very competitive entrance exam.”
10th Mar 2020 | Endocrinology & Diabetes SCE
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“The most important factor that helped me in my success was StudyPRN questions as they are very similar to the real test questions in terms of style, level of difficulty and accuracy - thank you very much StudyPRN for your help. I will not forget it all my life.”
17th Feb 2020 | Endocrinology & Diabetes SCE
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“I studied Diabetes & Endocrinology with StudyPRN. I got accurate, broad knowledge needed in everyday diabetes care. StudyPRN: more than an online class! The staff is always available in case of issue.”