SJDA Khartoum FRCPath Histopathology course

Khartoum, Sudan between 30/12/2018- 09/01/2019

SJDA-UK is organising this event to prepare Sudanese FRCPath candidates for the exam and equip them with the necessary skills; familiarise doctors with the UK pathology training structure and further develop training standards.

 This Course is accredited from the Royal College of Pathologists for 10 CPD points

Our Prtners & Sponsors

Sudan Medical Specialisation Board
Sudanese Association of Pathologists
El-Gezira University
Faculty of Medicine, University of Khartoum
National Health Laboratory

Course Outline

The course will assume a similar format of UK based FRCPath courses. There will be two parallel courses for both parts as follows: Part One Course: A five-day course in the style of question-based system review, followed by mock exam. run by UK consultants and senior registrars in the style of mock exams followed by lectures and discussions. Part Two Course: A Seven-day preparatory course of four components. The course speakers –mostly UK consultants- have knowledge of the Royal College mock examination:

  • Mock examination under strict exam conditions over two days
  • Feedback, review and analysis of the candidate’s performance
  • Slide Seminars
  • Lectures on general topics and tips for the exam

Guest Speakers

‎Dr David Bailey

FRCPath, Former Vice-President of the Royal College of Pathologists UK Clinical Lead and Consultant Histopathologist, Peterborough City Hospital, UK

Dr Omar Layth Qassid

Consultant Histopathologist, The university hospitals of Leicester

International Trainer of FRCpath Courses

FRCPath Part 1 Course

A five-day course in the style of question-based system review, followed by a mock exam. Run by UK consultants and senior registrars in the style of mock exams followed by lectures and discussions. The number of expected delegates: 30-50 candidates.

Venue: Educational Development Centre, Sudanese Medical Specialisation Board, Khartoum, Sudan 

Fees: 

Local Registration Candidate in Sudan 250 SDG,  please fill the form and pay the fees at the Department of Pathology, University of Khartoum.

Candidates outside Sudan please find our International section for registration an

(The Course has been delayed – New dates will be published as soon as possible)

  Mock papers:

  • Session 0: Overview of FRCPath part 1
  • Session 1: H&N, Endocrine
  • Session 2: Skin
  • Session 3: Breast
  • Session 4: Cardiothoracic
  • Session 5: Upper GI, HBP
  • Session 6: Lower GI
  • Session 7: Gynaepathology
  • Session 8: Uropathology
  • Session 9: Lymphoma, BST, Renal
  • Session 10: Cytology
  • Session 11: Datasets and management
  • Session 12: Molecular pathology
  • Session 13: Neuropathology and Paediatrics Pathology
 Date  Time Session
Wed 02/01 09:00-12:00 Exam-style & marking scheme
13:00-17:00 Slide Seminar
Thurs 03/01 09:00-17:00 Slide Seminar
Sat 05/01 08:00–10:30 Cytology
11:00– 14:00 Frozen, Frozen viva and long cases
15:30–18:00 OSPE1 viva
Sun 06/01 08:00–11:30 Short cases
13:00-13:30 OSPE 2
13:30– 14:15 Macro
14:30– 16:00 Macro viva
Mon 7/1 09:00– 12:30 Slide Seminar
14:00-15:30 Management Talk (OSPE 1)
15:30-17:00 Tips and Tricks of FRCPath
20:00-23:00 Course Dinner
Tue 8/1 09:00– 11:00 Feedback on Short Cases
11:30– 12:00 Frozen Section Approach
13:30-15:00 Interactive Mock 
15:30-17:30 Slide Seminar
Wed 9/1 9:00-17:30 Interactive Mock

FRCPATH 2 Course

Course dates: 2-9 January 2019 (5-6 Jan: Mock exam)

(The Course has been delayed – New dates will be published as soon as possible)

Venues: National Helth Laboratory (STAC) and the EDC at SMSB.

Maximum Number of expected delegates: 21 candidates Description: A seven-day preparatory course of four components. The course speakers –mostly UK consultants- have knowledge of the Royal College exam:

  • Mock examination under strict exam conditions over two days
  • Feedback, review and analysis of the candidate’s performance
  • Slide Seminars
  • Lectures on general topics and tips for the exam

Each delegate will receive a course folder/booklet on day one of the courses. It will be similar to that given to actual exam candidate.

Fees: 200 USD for histopathology trainees living in Sudan, 400 USD for histopathology trainees living outside Sudan.

 

This course is now fully booked. If you want to be added to the waiting list in case of cancellation please contact us by clicking here.

Course Directors

‎Dr Salih Bakhiet‎

MBBS, MSc, FRCPath, FFPath RCPI, MIAC, Consultant Histopathologist, Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation trust, Cambridgeshire, UK

Dr Hebah Ali

MBBS, FRCPath Consultant Haematopathologist, Haematological Malignancy Diagnostic Service (HMDS), Leeds, UK

Course Faculty

Dr Nagoud ‎Mohamed Ali

MD. FRCPath, FIAC Pathologist, Prince Sultan Military Medical City, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Dr Zuhair Elfadil

MBBS, MD, FRCPath Consultant Histopathologist, Royal Blackburn ‎Hospital, UK

Dr Mujtaba ‎Dafaalh

MBBS FRCPath, Consultant Histopathologist, Manchester UK

Dr Mubashar Ahmed

Senior Histopathology SpR, Newcastle upon Tyne

Dr Hanine Medani

Senior Histopathology SpR, Imperial College Hospital, United Kingdom

Dr Abbas Agaimy

Professor & Deputy Director, Institute of Pathology, FAU
Erlangen, Germany

Dr Shahinaz Bedri

Pathologist in Boston, Massachusetts, Associate Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine at Ahfad University, Faculty of Medicine & Pathology Unit interim head.

Dr Huyam Abdelsalam

MBBS, FRCPath, FHEA, PGCR Med Ed. Consultant Histopathologist, Glan Clwyd Hospital

Disclaimer: The course is organised on a voluntary basis; instructors and organisers shall not benefit financially from participation in this course. Registration fees are used to cover part of  the running cost of the course including delegate packages, expats   transport and administrative fees.

Terms and conditions:

  • There are limited  places are available on the workshop – they will be on first come first served basis. 
  • While we make every effort to run the workshop as advertised, we reserve the right to change the timetable and/or the teaching staff without prior notice and to cancel the workshop without liability (in which case there will be a full refund of course fees to delegates). 
  • Cancellations and transfers at short notice will be charged as follows:8 – 21days before start of course – 50% of fee
    0 – 7 days before start of course – full fee
  • Dress Code: casual 
  • Mobile phone must be silenced off during the course time  

International Candidates Registration

Registration for candidates from Out side Sudan: The Sudanese Junior Doctors Association is happy to issue an official letter for you to confirm your attendance for the course, i.e to help with the visa if you require one. And our organising committee in Sudan is working to help with accommodation recommendation and to facilitate your stay in Sudan as much as possible.
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