MRCOG Part 3: 50 Clinical Tasks

Coordinators: Manyonda Isaac, Talaulikar Vikram Sinai

Language: Anglais
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MRCOG Part 3: 50 Clinical Tasks is the ideal revision guide for candidates preparing for the MRCOG Part 3 examination. Tasks are arranged according to the MRCOG Part 3 syllabus and include detailed answers, while a separate full mock circuit allows candidates to practice under exam conditions.

Presenting guidance on how skill domains are tested using task examples and featuring all different task formats likely to be encountered in the exam, this book provides essential revision to maximise chances of exam success.

Key points

  • Presents exam tasks split into three sections; first explaining skill domains, second following the syllabus, third a complete mock circuit
  • Written by authors with extensive experience running MRCOG Part 3 revision courses
  • Gives practical advice on how to approach revision and useful tips to improve exam technique

Introduction

 

Section 1: 5 Core Clinical Skill Domains: 8 Tasks

    • Patient safety
    • Communicating with patients and families
    • Communicating with colleagues
    • Information gathering
    • Applied clinical knowledge

 

Section 2: MRCOG Part 3 Syllabus: 28 Tasks

  • Teaching
  • Core surgical skills
  • Post-operative care
  • Antenatal care
  • Maternal medicine
  • Management of labour
  • Management of delivery
  • Postpartum problems
  • Gynaecological problems
  • Subfertility
  • Sexual and reproductive health
  • Early pregnancy care
  • Gynaecological oncology
  • Urogynaecology and pelvic floor problems

 

Section 3: Mock Circuit: 14 Tasks

Isaac Manyonda BSc PhD MRCOG
Professor and Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, St George's University of London, St George's Hospital, London, UK

Vikram Sinai Talaulikar MD MRCOG PhD
Associate Specialist at the Reproductive Medicine Unit, University College London Hospital, London, UK