This text offers 350 up-to-date practice questions for the DRCOG examination written by examiners to help candidates maximise their chances of success. Each question is followed by the answer and explanations from the examiner, offering useful insight into how to refine techniques and respond effectively. Recommendations for additional reading and sources of information used to set questions are given, allowing readers to prepare thoroughly and find materials for further study where needed. A complete mock test paper is also provided to help strengthen time management skills, enabling every candidate to enter the exam with confidence and proficiency.
Questions and Answers for the DRCOG, second edition, is a comprehensive revision guide for candidates preparing for the DRCOG exams. Based on the format of the exam, the book features 120 EMQs, 72 SBAs and 160 MCQs; this is the equivalent of 4 full DRCOG exams.
First published as Mastering the DRCOG, this highly acclaimed revision text has been completely updated and revised to follow the syllabus of the DRCOG examination. This book: Provides relevant content arranged in seven chapters, following the DRCOG curriculum Delivers useful information such as references to guidelines and research Presents content relevant to the real world in the busy GP clinic—it is written by GPs for GPs Includes sample MCQs, SBAs, and EMQs, all closely matched to the exam This book is an excellent revision guide that will help you achieve success in the DRCOG exam. It also forms a succinct and highly readable guide for all general practitioners with an interest in women's health as well as those preparing for revalidation.
Medical schools are rapidly adopting the popular style of Single Best Answers (SBAs), Best of Fives (BOFs) and Extended Matching Questions (EMQs). This unique and up-to-date book contains over 1000 clinically relevant questions, a selection of SBAs/BOFs an EMQs - the essential aid for every medical student. No need to spend time reading through several textbooks, everything you need is here in one place. Questions are presented to include typical scenarios you will encounter as a Junior Doctor and covers the core curriculum subjects: Medicine, Surgery, Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and Paediatrics. Since the first edition was published, Get Through Medical School has been a bestselling revision book for medical students. Retaining the classic question types - SBAs/BOFs and EMQs, this second edition benefits from a host of new questions and a great deal more explanatory information within the answers. Written by Seema Khan MBBS MRCS MRCGP DRCOG, who has first hand experience of preparing for and taking this format of exam, Get Through Medical School, second edition is a valuable revision book for all candidates preparing for medical school exams and an equally useful tool to help Foundation Doctors prepare for managing patients.
Mastering the DRCOG directly reflects and fulfils the DRCOG syllabus set by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Chapters are laid out precisely following the DRCOG syllabus format. Starting with an overall introduction to the exam, Mastering the DRCOG covers the seven core modules of the syllabus: Basic Clinical Skills Basic Surgical Skills Antenatal Care Management of Labour and Delivery Postpartum and Neonatal Problems Gynaecological Problems Subfertility and Contraception These modules are then followed by a section of 'hot topics' not specifically mentioned in the syllabus, but of real interest for all those working in the area of women's health. Hot topics include the menopause and its management, abuse of women, and ethical issues such as fetal sex selection and eugenics, egg donation, breast augmentation surgery, and surrogate motherhood. Mastering the DRCOG is written in a clear and straight-forward style and is illustrated throughout. Written by a newly qualified GP and edited by two highly experienced Consultants, one in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the other in Community Sexual and Reproductive Health, Mastering the DRCOG is a fantastic resource for all candidates preparing for the Diploma. The book will also be of great value to medical students learning Obstetrics and Gynaecology for the first time, to overseas doctors preparing for the PLAB, and to experienced GPs looking for a refresher.
This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. It is a revision book of questions and answers for Part 2 of the MRCPCH exam - all in the new examination format. Questions have been written in the three styles used in the new examination.
The book provides advice on how to prepare for the examination and how questions should be approached to obtain the highest marks. With more than 350 questions, preparation tips and extensive answer explanations, it is the definitive resource for those attempting the DRCOG. The book is comprehensive and authoritative: written by an experienced author and overseen by a well-respected expert in the field. It is the essential revision guide for those preparing for this examination.
This book provides advice and sample questions for the Part 1 MRCOG examination.
First published as Mastering the DRCOG, this highly acclaimed revision text has been completely updated and revised to follow the syllabus of the DRCOG examination. This book: Provides relevant content arranged in seven chapters, following the DRCOG curriculum Delivers useful information such as references to guidelines and research Presents content relevant to the real world in the busy GP clinic—it is written by GPs for GPs Includes sample MCQs, SBAs, and EMQs, all closely matched to the exam This book is an excellent revision guide that will help you achieve success in the DRCOG exam. It also forms a succinct and highly readable guide for all general practitioners with an interest in women's health as well as those preparing for revalidation.
This book presents medical students and those preparing for postgraduate examinations with an ideal opportunity to assess their levels of knowledge and understanding in obstetrics and gynaecology, and to practice their exam technique across a range of question formats. It can be used as a standalone revision guide, but is also designed to complement the latest editions of the best-selling volumes Gynaecology by Ten Teachers and Obstetrics by Ten Teachers. Key features: Includes an extensive range of question types—EMQs, MCQs, SBAs, SAQs, and OSCEs—providing comprehensive coverage compatible with all relevant examinations Fully up-to-date—ensuring prospective candidates practice across all areas on which they will be tested Clear and accessible— with concise explanations of answers and directions to the Ten Teachers textbooks for those seeking further advice and guidance With coverage across the obstetrics and gynaecology curriculum, medical students and those studying for for DRCOG and MRCOG examinations will find Self Assessment in Obstetrics and Gynaecology by Ten Teachers provides invaluable practice and guidelines during the critical revision period.
The DRCOG (Diploma) is an examination for doctors who wish to offer obstetrics, gynaecology and other aspects of women's health care in a primary care setting (GP surgeries, walk-in centres and family planning clinics). This book provides a comprehensive guide to the new style DRCOG examination which was introduced in October 2007. It includes: • an overview of the curriculum and syllabus • a guide to the format of the DRCOG examination • sample questions for each of the question formats: extended matching questions (EMQs), single best answer questions (SBAs) and multiple choice questions (MCQs) • six sample papers • answers to all of the sample questions and papers • tips for candidates.
Ease the pressure of the GP Vocational Training Scheme Stage 2 exams, and ensure your progress to Stage 3, with this complete preparation guide Featuring all question types from the exam, including SBAs, EMQs and Professional Dilemmas, and covering a range of medical and surgical specialties, this invaluable guide not only tests appropriate application of clinical knowledge, but encourages doctors to think logically and ethically - vital in recognising appropriate behaviour in professional dilemmas. The opening section provides handy advice on how to prepare for the exam and explains what the question setters are looking for - the key to success in Stage 2. Based on the contributors’ own experience of typical problems and dilemmas, and including thorough explanations for each answer, this book is not just an exam crammer, but a valuable learning tool.
This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. It is a comprehensive revision book in Obstetrics and Gynaecology that covers all the main types of questions used in medical student and trainee exams: Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCEs), Extended Matching Questions (EMQs) and Best of Five Questions (BOFs). Excellent value for money - covering the breadth of questions types. Four OSCE circuits. Communication and structured oral stations. 50 EMQs with explanatory answers. 50 BOFs with explanatory answers. The first edition concentrated on OSCEs. This new edition has been expanded to include other forms of testing (extended matching questions and best of five questions).
Medical schools are rapidly adopting the popular style of "Single Best Answers" (SBAs), "Best of Fives" (BOFs) and "Extending Matching Questions" (EMQs) for undergraduate exams. This unique and up-to-the-minute book contains 1000 clinically relevant questions, a selection of SBAs, BOFs and EMQs - the essential revision aid for every medical student. No need to spend time reading through several different textbooks, everything you need is here in one place. This book is a revision book for everyone preparing for medical school exams, and an equally useful tool to help junior and senior house officers prepare for managing patients.
This book presents three complete Diploma of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists MCQ practice exams and OSCE practice papers, accompanied by detailed answers and tips. They are presented in an identical way to the exam itself.
The Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecologists has recently introduced extended matching questions (EMQs) into the format of their MRCOG Part 1 exam. All candidates need to sit this exam and therefore need to be well rehearsed in the art of answering such EMQs. This book gives the candidate 300 practice EMQs with answers and explanations for these answers. It is divided into 3 sections. The first section provides the essential knowledge each candidate must have - it deals with anatomy, physiology, embryology, endocrinology, epidemiology, molecular biology and genetics, all highly relevant in the RCOG syllabus. This information is supplied with the help of useful figures and illustrations which are included to asist greater understanding and help the candidate revise. Section two contains 300 questions, grouped in clusters per topic, and section three provides the answers, along with the relevant reasons for them. Dr Prabha Sinha is herself an examiner for the DRCOG and MRCOG Part 2 exam, and is therefore the perfect choice for supplying the requisite information in this book. Along with her two colleagues, she has produced an excellent revision guide that will be an invaluable resource for all MRCOG candidates.
This book of over 140 cases is designed for candidates preparing for all surgical examinations, whether at undergraduate, postgraduate or exit examination level. It will demystify and simplify the clinical assessment of surgical cases and provides invaluable advice on how to achieve success. The text includes top tips, acronyms and up-to-date summaries of current practice based on the authors’ personal experience of surgical examinations. Cases are graded in terms of likely appearance in the examinations. Top tips emphasize specific subjects which cause confusion. The text provides advice on the most appropriate time to finish an examination. Examples of the common procedures and props that come up in the skill-based examination format are included. This fully revised Second Edition is now in colour and includes photographs of key manoeuvres performed during specific surgical examination routines Includes a new section on communication skills A new co-author in academic surgery joins the project.
This book is an essential purchase for all candidates sitting Part 1 of the PLAB exam administered by the UK General Medical Council. All doctors from non-EC countries who wish to practice in UK must sit the PLAB exam which comprises 200 Extended Matching Questions (EMQs). This book contains 1000 practice EMQs of a similar type to those in the exam. The questions cover all aspects of the new syllabus, which not only includes a range of clinical topics but also requires knowledge of the GMC's Duties of a Doctor, principles and practice of evidence-based medicine, and clinical governance. Recommended to all candidates sitting the new PLAB test.
This revised edition of the highly successful exam practice guide for MRCP Part 1 has been completely updated to reflect the new exam regulations, which now place emphasis on best-of-five questions, rather than traditional MCQs. The MRCP exams of the UK Colleges of Physicians are a pre-requisite qualification for medical practitioners training to become specialist registrars and consultants. The "Get through ...... series has been designed and written under the guidance of Dr Eric Beck, past Chairman of the MRCP Part 2 examining board. This new series is an essential revision tool for all MRCP candidates studying for the new syllabus exams. Get through MRCP - Part 1, 2nd edition aims to test the widest breadth of the candidate's knowledge with 1000 questions and explanatory answers in preparation for the MRCP Part 1 examination papers one and two. New material includes more emphasis on current management guidelines for chronic illnesses. Advice is given to candidates covering question comprehension, answer strategies and avoiding common pitfalls, such as the merits of guessing an answer. And an additional section explains the structure of the Part 1 and Part 2 examinations and papers. The author, Una Coales MD FRCSEd, trained in medicine in the USA and moved to the UK to practise. She has written several popular exam texts including PLAB and DRCOG having passed each exam herself.
Modelled on the current MRCOG syllabus, Get Through MRCOG Part 1: MCQs and EMQs is designed to test candidates' knowledge of basic and applied sciences in obstetrics and gynaecology. 350 MCQs and 40 EMQs are presented, reflecting the level of difficulty and style of the actual examination questions This comprehensive collection of practice questions offers a useful review of all elements of the syllabus, to help candidates test and assess their knowledge and aid thorough revision in preparation for the examination day. Written by a Specialist Registrar and a Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and supplemented with useful explanatory material, Get Through MRCOG Part 1: MCQs and EMQs is the essential revision tool for all trainees preparing for this examination.

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