Physician Associate CPD / Re-certification Revision Programme 11-13 July 2019

  • Are you preparing for the PA National Recertification Exam, which will occur in September 2019?
  • Do you need Type 1 FPA-Approved CPD?
  • Have you taken a specialty post and are concerned about losing your general medical knowledge, or would just like to brush up?

St George’s, University of London is pleased to offer its annual 3-day revision course, which will focus on common and serious conditions, based on an established medical blueprint. Seventeen hours of Type 1 CPD are approved by the FPA.

Pre- and post-tests are available, with feedback provided by topic. 200 SBA questions will be offered in total.


THU 11 Jul 2019

  • 09:30 – 11:30 Pre-test (100 SBAs)
  • 13:00 – 18:00 Lectures

FRI 12 Jul 2019

  • 09:00 – 13:00 Lectures
  • 14:00 – 18:00 Lectures

SAT 13 Jul 2019

  • 09:00 – 13:00 Lectures
  • 13:00 – 13:15 Evaluation/certificates
  • 14:00 – 16:00 Post-test (100 SBAs)


Option Costs Includes
A £250 Entire Course: Lectures and pre-/post-tests with feedback
B £200 Lectures only THU/FRI/SAT (no test included)
C £200 THU/FRI (including pre-test) or FRI/SAT (including post-test)
D £170 THU/FRI or FRI/SAT (no test included)
E £120 Friday only

Prices include lecture notes and a gift card for meals. (If you need to cancel, we will refund your fees, excluding a £25 processing fee.) Please note that due to room size, we are limited to 50 participants.

To reserve a place on the course, please complete the Survey Monkey registration: 

Previous Feedback

  • This is one of the best courses I have ever attended well worth the time and money! Thank you
  • Your Pro PA attitude shines, makes us feel special, wanted, that you are on our side (not out to stump us) a very helpful attitude.
  • Well organised
  • Good “pearls”
  • All lectures very well done, comprehensive provide a framework for revision.
  • Got to the point
  • Excellent, in that was focussed on how to pass the exam
  • Lecturers approachable and happy to answer questions.
  • Handouts – great to have provided, particularly having more detailed slides to look over in own time.
  • Fantastic range of topics well presented.
  • Good tips for linking to exam questions. (but also learnt stuff for real world medicine – or refreshed)
  • Excellent teaching, enthusiasm evident
  • Fantastic commitment from organisers
  • Great overview and very comprehensive in the time available.
  • Recommended refresher for re- qualification
  • Crash course of important topics
  • A concentrated course, focusing on the aspects we need to pass the exam. (I hope!) Good use of time and resources. Covered every system.
  • Supportive and encouraging presenters who treated us like adults.
  • Useful to have competency framework refresher given to use and list of “normal” blood results.
  • Lecture notes – excellent!
  • Comprehensive (but tough!)
  • Varying methods of teaching addressing different learning needs and styles