I have just passed my FRCR part 1 in clinical oncology and want to help others do the same. I hope over time you will find this a useful blog. Each week I will post advice, revision notes, helpful suggestions and links to helpful resources. This is an independent resource for trainees sitting the FRCR part 1 in clinical oncology.
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A little disclaimer: I am doing this blog to hopefully help you when revising due to the very little available information about this exam. I am not affiliated with any organisation in doing this, completely unfunded and not being sponsored. I can not guarantee the accuracy of the information, but will do my best. If you think something is incorrect please let me know so we can all learn. Thanks
Thursday, 21 April 2011
Product Information sheets for Pharmacology
I found for pharmacology it was useful to read the product information literature from the drug companies. They are normally comprehensive and give a lot of detail on the pharmacology, especially interactions and side effects.
I recommend doing this for the drugs the FRCR seem to commonly ask about.