Respiratory Medicine SCE

This online exam revision database of 388 multiple choice questions will assist you to prepare for the Specialty Certificate Exam (SCE) in Respiratory Medicine.

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Respiratory Medicine SCE | Resource Overview

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388 Questions

Clinically-rich questions reflective of the exam blueprint and ‘best of five’ format. Feel confident with the exam's question types, style and difficulty.

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Learn more than just the right answer by receiving further reading and a full explanation of answers to deepen your knowledge and understanding.

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Respiratory SCE Preparation | Topics Covered

This online Respiratory Medicine SCE revision resource is the most extensive of its kind and allows you to study via categorised revision. The resource mirrors the MRCPUK's exam blueprint and is divided into the following topics:

Airways disease

Interstitial lung disease (ILD)

Disorders of the pleura and mediastinum, including pneumothorax

Pulmonary infections

Pulmonary vascular disease

Sleep-related breathing disorders and hypoventilation

Thoracic oncology


Resource Editor

Dr Nawaid Ahmad | Consultant in Respiratory Medicine

"The StudyPRN resource is extremely helpful for candidates appearing for the Respiratory SCE exam. It has a wide array of questions spanning many topics in respiratory medicine, which will help the candidates prepare for the exam. The questions are prepared by experts in this field and cover the important themes that will appear in the examination."
Respiratory Medicine SCE | Resource Editor

Resource Authors

Dr Katie Pink Respiratory Consultant (Cardiff and Vale University Health Board)

Dr Helen Davies Consultant in Respiratory and General Internal Medicine

Dr Jennifer Dickson Respiratory Clinical Fellow

Dr Sinan Eccles Consultant Physician in Respiratory and General Internal Medicine

Dr Helen Garthwaite Consultant Respiratory Physician

Dr Nicola-Xan Hutchinson Postgraduate Specialist Training in Respiratory and General Internal Medicine

Dr Ahsan Mughal Consultant Respiratory Physician

Dr Mamta Ruparel Clinical Research Fellow (UCL Respiratory)

Dr Anand Singh Interstitial Lung Disease Fellow

Dr Kasia Zalewska Specialist Registrar (Respiratory and General Internal Medicine)

Dr Nawaid Ahmad Consultant Respiratory Physician

Dr Harpal Kalsi Respiratory Physiologist

Dr Sunit Raja Respiratory Registrar

Respiratory Medicine Revision | Customer Reviews

Dr Eliza Sany | Hospital Doctor (GB)

“Please add more questions to the bank - I found the resource pitched questions fairly well although some were too easily compared to the SCE itself. A mixed topic ‘mock style’ exam practise (using the same question bank) would be good to have especially since I found myself doing the questions 2-3 times over to ensure I was familiar with the material. I found the resource very helpful for revision on the go and managed to pass this time!

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5th Nov 2020 | Respiratory Medicine SCE

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“I’ve used StudyPRN as the foundation of my revision for the Resp SCE. Really helpful that I could keep my revision going by logging on and doing a couple of questions in between other things (I have 2 young kids!) It also helped me structure my revision, as the questions are divided into the areas covered by the exam, so I could focus on one topic at a time. This also helped me identify areas I needed to do more work on and the references provided at the end of the explanations were really helpful in directing further reading. It’s really been the main resource I’ve used.”

6th Aug 2020 | Respiratory Medicine SCE