[06/01, 8:16 am] World Surgery Forum: You can first start with clearing MRCS ENT
[06/01, 8:22 am] World Surgery Forum: You can start right away. For MRCS ENT, there is no mandatory requirement of any work experience, your experience during ENT residency will be helpful to clear OSCE clinical part of the exam.
[06/01, 8:22 am] World Surgery Forum: Because the Indian medical specialist training is only three years, the Indian ENT qualification is not equivalent to the UK’s. One must either retrain in the UK, or apply for a Certificate Eligible for Specialist Registration (CESR) to be included in the General Medical Council (GMC). CESR is the collection of evidence over the past five years that demonstrates the same knowledge and experience in ENT. You must also gather evidence to support medical training. This involves spending time in clinics and medical wards to obtain the necessary competencies. To increase their chances of passing the CESR, it would be good if you have cleared MRCS ENT.
[06/01, 8:26 am] World Surgery Forum: Check out this link to understand more about MRCS ENT.. part 1 will be regular MRCS common with general surgery. Part 2 will be OSCE based exam
[06/01, 8:26 am] World Surgery Forum: https://worldsurgeryforum.net/question/is-mrcs-equally-effective-for-ent-surgeon-as-compared-to-general-surgeonhttps://worldsurgeryforum.net/question/is-mrcs-equally-effective-for-ent-surgeon-as-compared-to-general-surgeon
[06/01, 8:27 am] World Surgery Forum: https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/education-and-exams/exams/mrcs-exam-locations-and-dates/https://www.rcseng.ac.uk/education-and-exams/exams/mrcs-exam-locations-and-dates/
[09/01, 7:11 am] World Surgery Forum: From 2022, they are going to start MRCS ENT. Until 2021 they used have DOHNS which they have rebranded as MRCS ENT. Part A of MRCS will be common between MRCS Gen Surgery and MRCS ENT.