Part 2B Course

Cardiff – TMC FRCR Part 2B Clinical Oncology Course

22 – 24 JUNE 2023

Venue: Tata Medical Center

Tata Medical Centre, Kolkata is proud to partner with Velindre Cancer Centre, Cardiff, United Kingdom to hold the popular Cardiff FRCR Part 2B Course

The popular Cardiff-TMC course returns to TMC Kolkata in June 2023!

We had fantastic feedback from the 2022 course, and we continue to update and evolve our course to make the 2023 course our best yet!

The aim of the course is to give you the very best chance of success in the FRCR Part 2 exam.

Book now to avoid disappointment!
  • This will concentrate on clinical management and decision-making as examined in FRCR 2B. It is highly interactive, and is designed to improve your confidence and capabilities when tackling the realistic clinical scenarios presented in the FRCR exam.
  • 4 very experienced and expert faculty from the UK will provide face-to-face tuition, together with a much larger UK-based faculty providing virtual live teaching sessions, all supported by the fantastic TMC Kolkata team.
  • The sessions will include:
    • Orientation: what is the FRCR exam really about, and how does it reflect contemporary oncological practice?
    • Interactive lectures/Q&A covering specific tumour subsites and management issues.
    • Radical and palliative radiotherapy planning
    • Mock exams
    • Communication skills
    • Viva skills
    • Exam tips
  • An Indian perspective from a previous Cardiff-TMC delegate, now FRCR-positive and working in the UK. Your opportunity to ask him what he thinks you really need to know.
  • There will be plenty of opportunity for informal one-to-one conversation with the UK faculty over coffee, lunch etc. The course is small, focussed, relaxed, and personal
  • A library of around 40 pre-recorded video lectures covering essential tumour sites for the FRCR exam.
  • These lectures aim to cover key aspects in the up-to-date management of common tumour sites, with explanations of the evidence base, current guidelines, SACT, and radiotherapy technique, which can support preparation for both the FRCR2a and FRCR2b examinations.
  • The lectures are designed to supplement, but not replace background reading and knowledge of published guidelines and literature

Meet the Faculty

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Education Co-ordinators

Ms. Rinisha Banik:

Ms. Sushmita Mukherjee:

Co-ordinating Faculty

Dr. Moses Arunsingh S:

Dr. Sanjoy Chatterjee: