SCE in Respiratory Medicine

Exam preparation for the SCE in Respiratory Medicine


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Your SCE in Respiratory Medicine resource includes:

  • Over 190 ‘BOF’ Questions
  • Detailed explanations that teach and improve your clinical understanding
  • Exam Specific Revision Advice
  • Questions covering the entire curriculum
  • Covers the entire curriculum including; airways disease, pulmonary infections and thoracic oncology.

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Section Editor

Nirav graduated from University of Birmingham in 2005 and completed Respiratory and General Internal Medicine Training in 2017 on the North East Thames Rotation of the London Deanery.

Alongside clinical work, Nirav is also working towards a PhD in Clinical Pharmacology at the William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London studying mechanisms to prevent serious lung infections affecting patients on intensive care. He also enjoys undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and regularly takes part in student and trainee teaching.

Dr Nirav Shah

Dr Nirav Shah

Speciality: Consultant Physician, Chest Medicine, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich. MBChB MRCP (UK)

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