MRCOG Part III Course

An intensive weekend MRCOG Part 3 revision course held at the Birmingham Women’s Hospital Jointly organised by: Justin Chu, PhD ,MRCOG & Arri Coomarasamy, MD,MRCOG, the author of the definitve guide to MRCOG Part 3 preparation:
Our course is totally focused on achieving MRCOG Part III exam success.

 

  • In excess of 60 MRCOG Part 3 questions (equivalent of over 6 full MRCOG Part 3 exams) during the week-end
  • MOCK EXAM CIRCUIT with experienced examiners and tutors
  • Numerous short and sharp interactive lectures on MRCOG Part 3 techniques
  • Live & on-the-spot demonstration of MRCOG Part 3 model answers by tutors
 
We cover all essential types MRCOG Part 3 questions, across the whole breadth of obstetrics & Gynaecology. The types of MRCOG Part 3 questions covered include:
  • Factual stations
  • History taking stations
  • Clinical management stations
  • Counselling and Communication stations
  • Emergency procedures stations
  • Prioritisation stations
  • Critical appraisal and audit stations
  • Results interpretation stations (including histology stations), and
  • Equipment stations
  • Numbers are strictly limited to ensure interactivity. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

We look forward to seeing you at our course!

 

MRCOG Part III Course Pricing

Choose a Course
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  • Course Date
  • Course Location
  • Course Duration
  • Course Tutors
  • Course Secretary

MRCOG Part 3 April Course

£445.00

  • MRCOG Part 3
  • 29 & 30 April 2017
  • Birmingham Women's Hospital
  • 2 Days
  • Justin Chu & Arri Coomarasamy
  • Mrs Balvir Sehjal

MRCOG Part 3 October Course

£445.00

  • MRCOG Part 3
  • 21 & 22 October 2017
  • Birmingham Women's Hospital
  • 2 Days
  • Justin Chu & Arri Coomarasamy
  • Mrs Balvir Sehjal

 

MRCOG Part III Course - Timetable.

Being an intensive course, the course starts early and finishes late - and we make no apology for this!

Time Saturday Time Sunday
0830-0840 Welcome 0830-0900 Welcome and recap from OSCE circuit
0840-0930 OSCE Exam & Revision Techniques 0900-1035 Session 3A and 3B
•    Communication Skills
•    Critical Appraisal
0930-1100 OSCE Session 1A and 1B 1030-1045 Coffee
1100-1115 Coffee 1045- 1230 OSCE Session 3A and 3B
•    Communication Skills
•    Critical Appraisal
1115-1300 OSCE Session 2A and 2B
Counselling & Communication
1230-1315 Lunch
1300-1400 Lunch and OSCE circuit preparation 1315- 1500 OSCE Techniques 4a and 4b
•    Data interpretation
•    Teaching
•    Surgical instruments
1400-1700 OSCE CIRCUIT 1500- 1515 Coffee
1700- 1800 OSCE CIRCUIT FEEDBACK 1515-1700 OSCE Techniques 4a and 4b
•    Data interpretation
•    Teaching
1800 Close 1700 Close

 

MRCOG Part III Course - Course Content

Our course content is comprehensive and is based on the RCOG syllabus.

We cover the following types of MRCOG Part 3 questions in the course:

  • Factual stations
  • History taking stations
  • Clinical management stations
  • Counselling and Communication stations
  • Emergency procedures stations
  • Prioritisation stations
  • Critical appraisal and audit stations
  • Results interpretation stations (including histology stations), and
  • Equipment stations

Although for intensive MRCOG Part 3 practice, we recommend the weekend course, our comprehensive book on MRCOG Part 3 techniques will guide you in your preparation:

  • Puberty

  • Amenorrhoea

  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome

  • Hirsutism

  • Menorrhagia

  • Dysmenorrhia

  • Premenstrual syndrome

  • Non-menstrual bleeding

  • General infertility

  • Male infertility

  • Female infertility

  • Assisted reproduction

  • Spontaneous miscarriage

  • Therapeutic abortion

  • Recurrent miscarriage

  • Ectopic pregnancy

  • Urinary incontinence

  • Genitourinary prolapse

  • Cervical smear and Colposcopy

  • Vulval diseases

  • Ovarian cyst

  • Pelvic mass

  • Fibroids

  • Ovarian cancer

  • Uterine cancer

  • Cervical cancer

  • Vulval cancer

  • Other cancers

  • Bartholin’s cysts

  • Vaginal discharge

  • Pelvic inflammatory disease

  • Candidiasis

  • Trichomoniasis

  • Bacterial vaginosis

  • Chronic pelvic pain

  • Gynaecological operation

  • Endometriosis

  • Menopause

  • Hormone replacement therapy

  • Psychosexual problems

  • Congenital abnormalities of the female tract

  • Hydatidiform mole

  • Breast diseases

  • Breast examination

  • Genital warts

  • HIV and AIDS

  • Gonorrhoea

  • Chlamydia

  • Syphilis

  • Herpes

  • Tropical venereal infections

  • Pubic lice

  • Non-specific urethritis

  • Progesterone only pill

  • Combined oral contraceptive

  • Injectable contraception

  • Intrauterine contraceptive devices

  • Barrier methods

  • Sterilisation

  • Natural methods

  • Post coital contraception

  • Other methods

  • Counselling

  • Perinatal mortality

  • Maternal mortality

  • Stillbirth

  • Neonatal death

  • Preconception clinics

  • Antenatal care

  • Prenatal screening

  • Congenital abnormalities

  • Diagnosis of congenital abnormalities

  • Fetal surveillance

  • Pre-existing hypertension

  • Pre-eclampsia

  • Intra-uterine growth restriction

  • Pre-existing diabetes

  • Gestational diabetes

  • Thyroid disease

  • Connective tissue disorder

  • Heart disease

  • Thrombophilias

  • Anaemia

  • Other medical conditions in pregnancy

  • Rhesus disease

  • Infection and fetus 1, View Sample 2

  • Abdominal pain in pregnancy

  • APH

  • PPH

  • Unstable lie

  • Twins/Triplets

  • Breech

  • Hyperemesis gravidarum

  • Oligohydramnios/polyhydramnios

  • Preterm labour

  • Preterm rupture of membranes

  • Post-dates

  • Home delivery

  • Induction of labour

  • First stage of labour

  • Second stage of labour

  • Third stage of labour

  • Pain relief in labour

  • Forceps and Vacuum extraction

  • Episiotomy and tears

  • Caesarean section

  • Maternal collapse and shock

  • Other obstetric emergencies

  • Bonding

  • Breast problems

  • Puerperal fever

  • Deep vein thrombosis and PE

  • Puerperal depression

  • Psychosis

  • Maternity benefits

  • Malignancy in pregnancy

  • Drugs in pregnancy

  • Violence in pregnancy

  • Vaccines in pregnancy

  • Examination of the newborn

  • Routine care of the newborn

  • Birth trauma

  • Neonatal resuscitation

  • Nutrition

  • Neonatal screening

  • Problems of prematurity

  • Growth problems

  • Ambiguous genitalia

  • Cardiac anomalies

  • Chromosomal abnormalities

  • Undescended testicles

  • Other congenital abnormalities

  • Circumcision

  • Neonatal jaundice

  • Vomiting

  • Constipation/ diarrhoea

  • Convulsions

  • Hypothermia

  • Metabolic disorders

  • Skin disorders

  • Infection

  • Palliative care
  • Clinical risk management
  • Clinical governance
  • Obtaining concent
  • Audit
  • Miscellaneous

 

 

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Course Secretary - MRCOG Part III : Mrs Balvir Sehjal.

Address: c/o Medical Secretaries, 3rd Floor, Birmingham Women’s Hospital, Metchley Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TG

Phone: 0121 627 2672
Fax: 0121-623 6922
Email: balvir.sehjal@bwnft.nhs.uk

Please email Balvir Sehjal for an application form or to book a place.

Course Director - MRCOG Part I: Prof. Arri Coomarasamy.

Phone: 07711 888 700
Email: a.coomarasamy@bham.ac.uk

Mr Justin Chu
Phone:
Email: justinchu@doctors.org.uk

 

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