Many candidates preparing for the College of Intensive Care Medicine (CICM) clinical examinations find success difficult to achieve despite possessing adequate theoretical knowledge. Clinical exams require a very different skill set to that needed for written exams or indeed every day clinical practice. This two day course has been developed to teach the skills necessary to bridge the gap between knowledge and performance in the examinations.
The course is specifically aimed at trainees sitting the CICM fellowship clinical examination. Ideally you should do this course 6 to 12 months prior to your sitting, then go back to your unit, practice the skills learned and then sit the exam. Of course trainees who are about to undertake the final fellowship examinations will also find this course valuable.
MCEC is a unique course with a very strong focus on the teaching of exam skills (as opposed to knowledge delivery).
Course components include:
- ‘Behind the scenes’ insight from current and past CICM Examiners
- Simulated and ICU Hot Cases
- Cross-Table vivas
- Communication vivas
- Simulation/Equipment vivas
- Radiology vivas
- Video-assisted debriefing
When is it on?
The Melbourne Clinical Exam Course runs annually between the second written and clinical final CICM examination sitting of the year.
The dates for the upcoming courses are
Thursday/Friday 28/29 March 2019
Thursday/Friday 12/13 September 2019
Thursday/Friday 26/27 March 2020
Thursday/Friday 17/18 September 20120
Secure your spot!
The registration fee is $699 (incl. GST) for the 2-day course
This includes online pre-reading material, full course catering and a course dinner on the evening of the first course day.
Please find all our courses on our event booking site
How to get here…
The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Ground Floor West
Parkville VIC 3050
Onsite parking is available at RMH underground Car Park off Royal Parade next to Melbourne Private Hospital, as well as public street parking surrounding RMH and Melbourne University.
Three bus lines (205, 402, 546) provide easy access to The Royal Melbourne Hospital, with bus stops on Royal Parade (opposite Melbourne Private Hospital), Grattan Street and Swanston Street.
The Royal Melbourne Hospital is serviced by two tram lines and is only a short ride into the city. The No. 19 Tram that travels along Royal Parade and stops on the corner of Royal Parade and Grattan Street would be the closest public transport. Additionally there are trams that travel along Flemington Road (stopping cnr Flemington Road and Grattan Street) also service the needs of RMH.
Our industry partner
We would like to thank our exclusive, long term course sponsor Medtronic for their support of the Melbourne Clinical Exam Course.