Message from the Chair MRCGP [INT] South Asia Board

Welcome Colleagues to our own MRCGP [INT] South Asia Board Website.
Our exclusive website, keeps you informed of all the information regarding the MRCGP (Int) South Asia examination.
Many General Practitioners in South Asian countries, do not have the opportunity to further enhance their knowledge, in Family Medicine, due to lack of Post-graduate courses in their countries which are structured and tailor made to enhance the quality of General Practice/Family Medicine.  Governments and health planners in the region, are now sensitive to the need of a well established primary health care team in our region, with the important role that GP’s / Family Physicians play in the primary care team.
Towards this end, leading family doctors / general practice teachers who are experts in this field from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Nepal, got together from 2003-2004 onwards and were solely supported and instigated by the Royal College of the General Practitioners (RCGP), UK, to develop an exam based on a curriculum designed to enhance the quality of General Practitioners to deliver cost effective, efficient, reliable patient care to the community..   More...

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The MRCGP [INT] South Asia Board would like to Congratulate Dr. Mohammad Mahmoud, Top scorer March 2016 Karachi OSCE and Dr. Mohamed Ifam, Top scorer May 2016 AKT exam.For their feedback regarding the exam, please click below:
     

 


Feedback Mohammad Mahmoud March 2016 OSCE



 
Feedback Mohamed Ifam May 2016 AKT

     
 

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List of Successful Candidates AKT May 2016. [Details...]   

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