GPST Stage 3, 2nd Ed - Richard Hughes, Shivani Tanna free
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GPST Stage 3: Written and Simulation Exercises, Second Edition continues the tradition of the BMA award-winning first edition by providing the most relevant and current revision guide for candidates preparing for the GPST Stage 3 assessment.
Written by authors who run a highly successful GPST course in West London, and who therefore have first-hand experience of the selection process, the book provides an ideal framework to help candidates prepare for both the written and the simulation exercises used in the assessment.
The new edition has been updated to reflect the inclusion of more ethics-based written exercises in the assessment. An additional chapter containing 8 mock tests has also been included, ensuring GPST Stage 3: Written and Simulation Exercises, Second Edition remains the definitive guideto maximise chances of exam success.
Includes 60 written priorisation and 45 simulated consultation exercises, all with suggested answers and updated for the new edition
More ethics based written exercises have been added reflecting recent changes to the exam.
New chapter includes 8 complete mock tests to allow candidates to simulate the experience of sitting the exam
Previous edition published February 2013 (9781907816611)
Amazon reviews of the first edition:
Fully comprehensive for stage 3 GP application process. Covers written prioritisation and communication/consultation scenarios. Full of scenarios laid out in a way that you can practice alone or with a friend ...exactly the type of practice book I have been looking for. Written prioritisation task section included model answers and explains why they are the model answers. Really worth the money. I don't hesitate to recommend it to all my friends preparing for the application process.
Excellent book. Covers all of the necessary information to pass the exam. All of the communication stations I did at the selection centre were discussed within the book. Well worth the money!
Author: Richard Hughes, Shivani Tanna
Pages: 312 pages
Size: 12.24 Mb