Anatomy 4 FRCR has been developed to help candidates attempting the First FRCR Part 1 Anatomy examination. The course content follows The Royal College of Radiologists, UK (RCR) guidelines for the Anatomy section of the examination and the RCR Curriculum for training in Clinical Radiology.

The course has been split into four modules to reflect the First FRCR Part1 Anatomy examination structure and includes Neuro/Head&Neck, Cardio-Thoracic/Vascular, GI/GU and MSK Anatomy. The broad division of Cross Sectional Anatomy, Plain Radiographs and Contrast Studies has also been incorporated in developing the course content.

The course is delivered via a Webinar session. During a typical Webinar session, registered candidates will be presented with a Question Session for the first 60 minutes. 100 Anatomy questions pertaining to the subspecialty(ies) will be presented. Candidates will answer the questions on the answer sheet provided. The presenting Faculty will then discuss the answers in detail during the Discussion Session.

Candidates will have the opportunity to answer the questions during the Discussion Session via the Hot Seat option. This is limited to the first 10 registered candidates who wish to take up this option. Each candidate on the Hot Seat will have the opportunity to answer 10 questions. There is no extra charge for this option. Other registered candidates will take the Back Seat. They will not be able to interact with the faculty during the Webinar. However, they will be able to listen to the discussions. Candidates will mark their own answers.

All the Faculty Members are Consultant Radiologists in the United Kingdom with sub specialty interest. They are all involved in teaching and training first year Clinical Radiology trainees. They are aware of the difficulties first year trainees face in grasping Radiological Anatomy within a short period of time. There is emphasis on difficult areas and questions. Many of the Faculty Members have experience of teaching on Anatomy revision courses in the UK.

We hope you can be part of this unique and innovative way to prepare for the First FRCR Part1 Anatomy examination.