This book is a complete revision guide for students preparing for the MRCOG Part 3 examination and aims at enhancing the clinical knowledge of all those who are preparing for the part 3. Beginning with an overview of training in obstetrics and gynaecology in the UK and basics of the exam, the following chapters provide step by step tips and advice on aspects of the various aspects of the exam: patient safety, communication with patients and colleagues, information gathering, application of knowledge, and clinical governance.
The book features nearly 40 OSCE scenarios with variations that may be encountered in the exam, as well as clinical problems and their solutions. The book discusses topics which are likely to be particularly useful for the overseas candidates, e.g. structure of the UK National Health Service, clinical governance and the role of midwives in the care of pregnant women, topics which are likely to be particularly useful for the overseas candidates.