The Enhanced Revision Programme is a 12-week revision programme to prepare you for the Part 2 MRCOG examination. This unique and rewarding programme is mapped to the syllabus of the membership examination and its content is developed and reviewed by experienced RCOG examiners.
What will you learn?
By the end of the programme, you should be able to:
- Understand core O&G topics in relation to UK practice
- Understand training within the NHS and the difference between your local training system
- Understand the importance of communication and be better prepared for OSCE role player stations
- Have a greater understanding of ethics, consent and patient choice as practiced in the UK
- Understand the knowledge, skills, attitudes and competencies required of an year 5 specialty trainee in the UK
- Apply examination tips and techniques to EMQs and SBAs in your written Part 2 MRCOG examination
- Understand how exam questions are set and to gain a better understanding of how to tackle each paper
How will you be assessed?
Throughout the 12-week programme you are tasked with assignments.
How does the course run?
Prior to the commencing the online classroom sessions, all candidates are required to undertake the eInduction Module. You will complete 7 online tutorials, by reading and listening to the lectures and completing the online assessment questions. These tutorials have been designed to ensure candidates have basic knowledge of the UK healthcare system and the Part 2 MRCOG exam. The eModule will focus on key issues examiners have found to be most challenging for candidates, as well as assess your readiness for the Part 2 MRCOG exam.
The online classroom is the main tool of the Enhanced Revision Programme. Through this free to download software, you are able to directly interact and talk with your moderator(s) and a small number of fellow candidates from the comfort of your own PC at home or the office. You join the virtual classroom by clicking on a link that will be provided by the College once you have signed up for the programme.
Who should attend?
- Candidates who are or planning to sit the Part 2 MRCOG exam in January 2019
- Sunday 16 September to Sunday 2 December 2018 – (12 weeks)
Week 1 - Introduction to ERP and MRCOG Part 2 Exam EMQ - Training Structure in Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Week 2 - Introduction to ERP and MRCOG Part 2 Exam SBA - NHS Structure
Week 3 - Ethics and Consent
Week 4 - EMQs Practice 1
Week 5 - SBAs Practice 1
Week 6 - Gynaecology Evidence Based
Week 7 - Obstetric Evidence Based
Week 8 - EMQs Practice 2
Week 9 - SBAs Practice 2
Week 10 - Obstetrics and Perinatal Morbitidity and Mortality
Week 11 - SBAs Practice 3
Week 12 - Final Revision Practice
Mr Fadi Al-Fhaily MRCOG, Colchester
Honorary Director of Conferences
Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham
Honorary Deputy Director of Conferences
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shropshire