Get Through MRCOG Part 1, Second Edition, provides a selection of questions covering the basic and applied sciences relevant to the clinical practice of obstetrics and gynaecology and mapped to the RCOG Knowledge Areas in the MCQ style. With appropriate explanations of the answers and references to the relevant guidelines, this is a definitive resource for those taking the MRCOG Part 1 examination.
Table of Contents
List of abbreviations
Knowledge area 1: Clinical skills
Knowledge area 2: Teaching and research
Knowledge area 3: Surgical procedures
Knowledge area 4: Post-operative care
Knowledge area 5: Antenatal care
Knowledge area 6: Maternal medicine
Knowledge areas 7 and 8: Management of labour and management of delivery
Knowledge area 9: Postpartum problems
Knowledge area 10: Gynaeco logical problems
Knowledge area 11: Subfertility
Knowledge area 12: Sexual and reproductive health
Knowledge area 13: Early pregnancy care
Knowledge area 14: Gynaecological oncology
Knowledge area 15: Urogynaecology and pelvic floor problems
Rekha Wuntakal MBBS MD (O&G) DNB DNB DFFp MRCOG FRCOG Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Queen's Hospital, Essex, UK. She is actively involved in education and training. She had taken time out during training to be educational fellow to teach medical students from Queen Mary University and Royal London Medical School and has been undergraduate examiner for QMUL. As a consultant, Miss Wuntakal is actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching. She has published a number of MRCOG and DRCOG preparation books and is actively involved in teaching on MRCOG Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 courses.
Ziena Abdullah MBBS BSc MRCOG Speciality Registrar Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Newham General Hospital, London, UK. She is qualified from Barts and The London Medical School in 2007 with an interacted BSc in Experimental Pathology. She entered the training programme in 2009 and took time out of programme to become a Darzi Fellow and hence to achieve a Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Leadership. She has a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education from Queen Mary University and a certificate in Gynaecology scanning. She has written numerous papers and books and runs courses for the MRCOG Part 2 and takes part in Part 3 courses.
Tony Hollingworth BMChB PhD MBA FRCS (Ed) FRCOG Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Whipps Cross Hospital, London, UK. He has experience as an undergraduate and postgraduate examiner both within the UK and overseas. Previously Chair of the RCOG OSCE (Part 2) Committee, as well as a member of the RCOG Examinations and Part 3 Committees, he has published a number of MRCOG preparation books. He is currently a member of the council of the British Society for the Study of Vulval Disease.