A team of the Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom headed by Dr Donald visited Pakistan where it held a clinical examination, military media wing reported.
According to the Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR), the clinical examinations for Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom (MRCP) UK PACES were held at Pak-Emirates Military Hospital in Rawalpindi and 45 candidates participated in the three-day exams.
Head of the team Dr Donald said that MRCP exams were conducted in 36 countries globally and every year over 25,000 doctors appear in the exams at 100 separate destinations.
Dr Donald said that doctors in Pakistan were facilitated after the exams were held within the country. The British team visited the country under an agreement with the Surgeon General of Pakistan Army.
Note that the MRCP (UK) PACES exams were held for the first time in Pakistan during February this year.
Commenting on the examination process on MRCP website, Dr Donald said: ‘The February event went extremely smoothly with great efficiency and professionalism demonstrated by the local examination team. Congratulations are due to all who supported the mock examination and the surrounding arrangements.’