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.
This text offers 350 practice questions with answers and explanations from examiners to help candidates pass the DRCOG examination.
Front Cover -- Contents -- Foreword -- Authors -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1: Basic Clinical Skills -- Chapter 2: Basic Surgical Skills -- Chapter 3: Antenatal Care -- Chapter 4: Management of Labour and Delivery -- Chapter 5: Postpartum and Neonatal Care -- Chapter 6: Gynaecological Problems -- Chapter 7: Fertility Control -- Chapter 8: Hot Topics and Tips -- Chapter 9: Sample Examination Questions -- Chapter 10: Sample Examination Answers and Explanations -- Back Cover
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.
This book provides advice and sample questions for the Part 1 MRCOG examination.
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.
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.
What if you could unlock a better answer to your most vexing problem—in your workplace, community, or home life—just by changing the question? Talk to creative problem-solvers and they will often tell you, the key to their success is asking a different question. Take Debbie Sterling, the social entrepreneur who created GoldieBlox. The idea came when a friend complained about too few women in engineering and Sterling wondered aloud: "why are all the great building toys made for boys?" Or consider Nobel laureate Richard Thaler, who asked: "would it change economic theory if we stopped pretending people were rational?" Or listen to technologist Elon Musk, who routinely challenges assumptions with questions like: "What are people accepting as an industry standard when there’s room for significant improvement?" Great questions like these have a catalytic quality—that is, they dissolve barriers to creative thinking and channel the pursuit of solutions into new, accelerated pathways. Often, the moment they are voiced, they have the paradoxical effect of being utterly surprising yet instantly obvious. For innovation and leadership guru Hal Gregersen, the power of questions has always been clear—but it took some years for the follow-on question to hit him: If so much depends on fresh questions, shouldn’t we know more about how to arrive at them? That sent him on a research quest ultimately including over two hundred interviews with creative thinkers. Questions Are the Answer delivers the insights Gregersen gained about the conditions that give rise to catalytic questions—and breakthrough insights—and how anyone can create them.
Reflecting the RCGP Membership exams, this edition offers essential preparation for the Applied Knowledge Test (AKT), and includes five practice papers with detailed answer explations. It is suitable for GP registrars, newly-appointed GPs, candidates sitting the new MRCGP, and those GPs undertaking 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.
Written by a highly respected academic and experienced textbook author, Medical Law: Core Text provides a lively and engaging overview of the key topics of the medical law syllabus.
The MRCGP examination MCQ module changed its format in the Spring of 2002. This book is presented in the same format as the new MCQ module with three complete new MRCGP MCQ module exam papers, including a comprehensive selection of single best answers (SBAs), multiple best answers (MBAs), sentence completion, algorithms and extended matching questions (EMQs). The book covers all relevant hot topics, It provides tips on how to pass the MRCGP written paper module, and provides a sample new NPMS paper as an alternative to an audit project for summative assessment. This is an essential revision tool for all GP registrars, newly-appointed general practitioners and candidates for the MRCGP exam. The author trained in medicine in the USA and moved to the UK to practice. She has recently passed the new format MRCGP exam and has written several popular exam texts, including PLAB, DRCOG and MRCP: Part1. Dr Coales also runs her own MRCGP courses in London, to find out more follow this link
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.
Reflecting recent changes to the exam, MRCOG Part 2: 500 SBAs and EMQs, Second Edition has been completely updated to include questions and answers in the new SBA format. With over 50% new content, MRCOG Part 2: 500 SBAs and EMQs offers the most up-to-date and comprehensive set of practice questions for trainees preparing for the MRCOG Part 2 exam. Chapters are mapped to the syllabus to deliver structured revision in all the key topics tested in the exam. Featuring a wealth of practice questions and fully descriptive answers, this book provides the essential revision text to maximise chances of exam success. Key Points 500 questions, comprising 250 SBAs and 250 EMQs, reflecting the breadth of topics encountered in the actual exam Questions structured around MRCOG syllabus core modules, ensuring complete coverage for the exam Answers feature concise descriptions to consolidate knowledge and understanding Extensive evidence-based referencing to relate theory to clinical practice Visually-enhanced answers to improve understanding of key concepts
A concise review of obstetrics and gynaecology structured to reflect the content of the DRCOG exam and written with that exam in mind. concise - written in a very simple style that keeps wordage to a minimum linked to DRCOG exam equally useful as an MRCGP reference very useful for GP registrars - especially those with limited experience of hospital O&G updates include the following: more on statistics, as this is very important to the exam a few more well-chosen line drawings (flow diagrams) and tables - in place of text expanded GP content (e.g. family planning, mennorhagia management) expanded sections on syndromes to include: Turner's syndrome, Kleinfelters, Testicular feminization, Edwards and Pataus syndromes infection in pregnancy, including parvovirus infection and toxoplama screening varicella infection - complications viagra (in psychosexual problems chapter) survival of preterm infant - at different gestation
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 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, and all students will find this book an invaluable aid to their revision. Containing 500 Single Best Answer questions of the type featured in the PLAB Part One exam, Get Through PLAB Part 1: 500 Single Best Answers, covers all of the topics in the actual exam with expanded answers supplemented with brief explanations to help the learning process. It is recommended to all candidates sitting the PLAB Part One exam, and their trainers. The author, Una Coales MD, FRCSEd, DRCOG, trained in medicine in the USA and moved to practice in the UK. She has taken and passed the PLAB exam herself and has previously written the best selling titles PLAB: 1000 Extended Matching Questions & PLAB 2: 100 Objective Structured Clinical Examinations .
A practical and evidence-based guide for student, pre-registration and qualified pharmacists Symptoms in the Pharmacy is an indispensable guide to the management of common symptoms seen in the pharmacy. With advice from an author team that includes both pharmacists and GPs, the book covers ailments which will be encountered in the pharmacy on a daily basis. Now in its sixth edition Symptoms in the Pharmacy has been fully revised to reflect the latest evidence and availability of new medicines. There are new sections and case studies for 'POM' to 'P' switches including chloramphenicol, sumatriptan, diclofenac, naproxen and amorolfine. This edition features colour photographs of skin conditions for the first time enabling the differentiation and diagnosis of common complaints. The public health and illness prevention content have been expanded to support this increasingly important aspect of the pharmacist’s work. The book is designed for quick and easy reference with separate chapters for each ailment. Each chapter incorporates a decision making framework in which the information necessary for treatment and suggestions on ‘when to refer’ is distilled into helpful summary boxes. At the end of each chapter there are example case studies providing the view of pharmacists, doctors and patients for most conditions covered. These easy-to-follow- chapters can be read cover to cover or turned to for quick reference. This useful guide should be kept close at hand for frequent consultation.

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