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Part 3 MRCOG Your Essential Revision Guide PDF

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Written by two experienced RCOG examiners, both of whom have been involved in the development of the new Part 3 MRCOG examination, this book is essential reading for any trainee preparing to sit the exam. The authors clearly describe the breadth and depth of the curriculum modules and the professional behaviours that will be assessed in the five clinical skills domains. The text includes written examples of every module, links to eight videos showing candidates attempting four real Part 3 tasks, examiners’ comments, and a detailed discussion of each example. The content will help candidates understand what is required to pass the examination and how to demonstrate their knowledge and skills to best effect. The book will also be useful for trainers preparing their trainees for the new exam. Based on the principles of good medical practice, there are practical tips here for doctors and obstetricians at all levels.Part 3 MRCOG Your Essential Revision Guide PDF

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The Writers

Lisa Joels is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust. She was appointed an RCOG examiner in 2003 and was a member and subsequently Chair of the DRCOG Sub-committee. She has been an MRCOG Part 2 course convenor, part of the MRCOG Review Group and Chair of the RCOG Examination and Assessment Committee.

Edmund Neale is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with Bedford Hospital NHS Trust and Milton Keynes University Hospital. He was appointed an RCOG examiner in 1997, and sat on the Part 2 OSCE Committee from 2004 to 2010, including three years as Chair. He was appointed Vice Chair of the RCOG Examination and Assessment Committee in 2011 and was Chair in 2012. In 2015 he was appointed inaugural Chair of the new Part 3 MRCOG Sub-committee.

Proportions of Part 3 MRCOG Your Essential Revision Guide PDF

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Cambridge University Press; 1st edition (January 16, 2017)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 180 pages
  • International Standard Book Number-10 ‏ : ‎ 1316627454
  • International Standard Book Number-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1316627457
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 13.4 ounces
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 6.8 x 0.3 x 9.7 inches

Reviews From Customers

There are some links to videos mentioned in the book …
March 12, 2017

There are some links to videos mentioned in the book. Could not access mention of how to do it. Very vague book in general.

Kindle Customer
October 7, 2016

Good preparation for part 3 examination and with explaination that guide through the new format of examination. Would highly recommended

Vinita Shrivastava
Four Stars
December 3, 2016

Essential for understanding the new format of exams…..,

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Top reviews from other countries
Great book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 29, 2019

Used for my exams and passed once. It gives you the important information about the exam and directs your revision. i believe this is the first book to read for anyone preparing for the part 3 MRCOG exams.

Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 14, 2016

A very good insight into the new pattern of the exam. Good explanation of the marking scheme.

Reviewed in India on August 26, 2019


the videos dont wrk. please help. I followed …
Reviewed in India on October 11, 2016

the videos dont wrk. please help.
I followed the link but it goes to main cambridhe website,
have wriiten to them, but no answere.

Videos are not playing, the links take you to …
Reviewed in India on February 1, 2017

Videos are not playing, the links take you to the Cambridge India website and you don’t get a clue about what you are looking for.

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 Helping Kids Size Themselves Up

January 22, 2015

To a child, size matters. Much emphasis is placed on being “big.” How often have you heard a child boast, “I not a baby! I a big girl (or boy)!” Children love to place their hands and feet beside a parent’s limbs and assert that they are almost as big as Mom or Dad. What I love about You Are (Not)Small by Anna Kang is that it taps into this touch point of childhood. With delightful illustrations by Christopher Weyant, it deftly and humorously, highlights that size is relative. The story follows a conversation between an ostensibly small character with a visibly larger one. The tiny one resists the label that the large character applies to him. The little one responds by turning the statement around: “I am not small. You are big.”

Which is true? Like so much in life, neither is absolutely true; each is relatively true. Compared to one creature, the main character is tiny. But, compared with a different one, he is huge. Thus, both statements are true. He is both little and big!

This is an important lesson for children to learn: comparisons depend on the metric being used. Like statistics, they can tell a different story depending on what is emphasized and what is ignored. They do not change; only the measuring scale differs. Labels can hide as much as they highlight and divide as much as unite.

This story can be used to help children see how comparisons can lead to feelings about themselves that are based on illusion. Parents can discuss what things about a child are consistently true. The story opens conversation about bullying as well. As a writer who focuses on adoption issues, I know adopted children are often told that their families or parents are not real. This book provides an easy way to address that question. Just as the characters are both big and small, families can be both adopted and real, just like birth families! Enjoy this book for its story, sense of humor and colorful illustrations. This is a book children will want to read again and again. Gayle H. Swift, “ABC, Adoption & Me: A Multicultural Picture Book

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