MRCOG Final Preparation: Part 2 Revision Course
Friday 5 – Saturday 6 April 2019
This revision course is aimed at candidates preparing for the next Part 2 MRCOG exam. It focuses on polishing your exam techniques to improve your chances of passing the written papers. Developed and taught by experienced MRCOG Examiners, this course reflect the new format and standards of the Part 2 MRCOG written exam from September 2016. You will hear about the exam question formats and will have ample opportunity to practice Single Best Answer Questions (SBAs) and Extended Matching Questions (EMQs). This course will map the RCOG core curriculum and the examination syllabus, and you will also have lectures from experts about current developments and hot topics in key curriculum areas.
We recommend you book early to avoid disappointment. There are a maximum of 40 places.
- Gain familiarity with the new format of the part 2 MRCOG written papers
- Understand the standard of the required knowledge
- Understand core O&G topics in relation to UK practice
- Understand training within the NHS
Who should attend?
- Candidate sitting the Candidates planning to sit the MRCOG Part 2 examination within the next 12 months
MRCOG Final Preparation: Introduction to Part 3 Revision Course
Sunday 7 April 2019
This is a one-day course that aims to give potential candidates and in-depth introduction to the MRCOG Part 3 Examination. The lectures will give an overview of the exam and clear explanations of the five clinical skills domains which are used to define the clinical skills in the tasks and are the centre-point of the examiners’ marking system. These domains have been determined by the UK GMC and include:
- Patient Safety
- Applied Clinical Knowledge
- Communicating with Patients and Families
- Communicating with Colleagues
- Information Gathering
There will also be six videos of the tasks to demonstrate examples of good and ‘not-so-good’ candidate performances of both the simulated patient tasks and the structured discussions. These videos have previously proven to be very useful and successful in other courses and in the delegate feedback.
There will be ample time during the course to discuss the salient issues with the UK Faculty and to answer any questions.
Grand Excelsior Hotel (Mankhool Road) Bur Dubai, Dubai, UAE
Local Course Organiser
Ms Leonor Zaide-Falla
Honorary Director of Conferences
Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham
Honorary Deputy Director of Conferences
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury