Prague TWC 2011
SICOT Diploma Examination
The ninth SICOT Diploma Examination took place in Prague, Czech Republic, on 5 and 6 September 2011 and consisted of a written part and an oral part.
|Written part||Oral part|
|Date||Monday, 5 September 2011||Tuesday, 6 September 2011|
|Time||14:00-16:00||08:30-10:30 / 11:00-13:00 / 14:00-16:00|
Club A, Prague Congress CentreÂ
Club E, Prague Congress CentreÂ
The written part comprised of 100 multiple choice questions based on the Hyperguide and lasted two hours. The subjects questionedÂ were in the following categories:
- General Orthopaedics
- Sports Medicine
- Basic Sciences
The oral part, also lasting two hours, was held on the same day. Each candidate was examined by two examiners in each of the four major subjects:
- Adult Orthopaedics and Pathology (30 minutes)
- Trauma (30 minutes)
- Paediatrics and Hand (30 minutes)
- Basic Sciences (30 minutes)
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Congratulations to the following successful candidates:
Ahmed ABDEL-AZEEM (Egypt)
Ayman ABDEL-KAWI (Egypt)
Anup DOKANIA (India)
Mohamed Mahmoud ELFEKKY (United Arab Emirates)Â
Nikolaos GERMANIS (Greece)
Tarun GOYAL (India)
Gbadebo Hakeem IBRAHEEM (Nigeria)Â
Saurabh JAIN (India)
Manuj JAIN (India)
Ãzkan KÃSE (Turkey)
Shreenath KULKARNI (India)
Chikkapapanna MADHAVAN PAPANNA (United Kingdom)
Sultan MALIK (Ireland)
Rajib PRADHAN (United Kingdom)
Shwetabh RAI (India)
Ashish RUSTAGI (India)
Praveen SHARDA (United Kingdom)
Prabhat SINGH (India)
Saseendar SHANMUGASUNDARAM (India)
Naveen TAHASILDAR (India)
Gautam Deepak TALAWADEKAR (United Kingdom)Â
Vibhu Krishnan VISWANATHAN (India)
Medhat ZEKRYÂ (United Kingdom)
Ahmed Abdel-Azeem and PraveenÂ Sharda were granted the German SICOT Fellowship, which offers them the opportunity to visit well-known German orthopaedic centres for a period of four weeks. The fellowship is kindly provided by the German Section of SICOT.
- have provided their CV;
have provided a letter from their Head of Department specifying that they have had 4 years of medical practice since obtaining their medical degree and that they are actively engaged in an orthopaedic training programme;
be members of SICOT or in the process of applying for membership at the time of registration. For more information about SICOT membership application, please click here.
A judging panel has reviewed all applications and reserves the right to refuse any application. The number of places available is limited to 36.
In order to be considered eligible, the SICOT Head Office must have received at email@example.com the online registration form, CV, letter from the candidate's Head of Department, and SICOT membership application form (unless already a SICOT member). Please note that SICOT membership is onlyÂ confirmed upon receipt of payment in full.
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Only the 36 candidates whose Diploma Examination application was selected have been asked to pay the registration fee. The registration fee for the exam does NOT include Prague congress registration.
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Cancellations received from 15 May 2011 to 31 May 2011 will secure a refund of 70% of the total amount paid.
Cancellations received from 1 June 2011 to 14 June 2011 will secure a refund of 50% of the total amount paid.
No refund will be made under any circumstances for cancellations received on or after 15 June 2011.
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For more information about the SICOT Diploma Examination, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.Â
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