MRCOG Part 2 Course
Your one-stop guide to passing the examination
Have you been grappling with the following?
The scope of the examination is too wide and I don’t know how and where to start
Is there someone who can narrow down and streamline for me what I need to cover or study?
Is there a one-stop course that will guide me through the syllabus?
Is there someone who will cover core knowledge that is required of me?
Where do I get ample practice on SBAs and EMQs for the examination?
If so, you have come to the right place
Professor Kulenthran Arumugam
MBBS (Spore), MRCOG (Lond), MD, PhD, Dip Epid (Lond)
Obtained his MRCOG in 1982
Experienced Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Has been teaching Post-graduate Obstetrics and Gynaecology since 1984
Have been conducting the Part 1 and Part 2 Courses for since 1990
Very familiar with the Part 1 and Part 2 MRCOG Examinations, why?
involved in organizing the MRCOG Examinations since 1986 here in Malaysia
very familiar with the format and scope of the exams
have attended a number of “Train the Trainer” sessions on the exams by the RCOG
What former students have said: “Prof has the ability to make a most complicated subject so simple to understand
email: [email protected]
This Intensive Course is designed to prepare the candidate who is going to sit for his Part 2 Examinations. The course will navigate through the 15 Knowledge areas required under the RCOG Syllabus 2019
The Part 2 MRCOG assesses the Knowledge Required for Clinical Practice. It examines the 15 core Knowledge Areas in four domains of understanding.
Diagnosis: This incorporates important differential diagnoses and the features of conditions presenting to Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Investigations: This incorporates investigations used for diagnosis, monitoring and prognosis
Management: This incorporates medical, surgical and other non-medical management modalities
Epidemiology: This includes the incidence, progression, natural history of conditions as well as prognosis
These include the following Modules:
Module1: Clinical skills, Research and Teaching Module 2: Clinical governance
Module 3: Core surgical skills. Module 4: Postoperative care
Module 5: Antenatal care Module 6: Maternal medicine
Module 7: Management of labour. Module 8: Management of delivery
Module 9: Postpartum problems. Module 10: Gynaecological problems
Module 11: Subfertility. Module 12: Sexual and Reproductive Health
Module 13: Early pregnancy care. Module 14: Gynaecological oncology
Module 15: Urogynaecology
Module16: Extended Matching Questions:
Section 1: Clinical skills, consent, clinical governance, teaching and research
Section 2: Obstetrics
Section 3: Gynaecology
Each module will have a lecture in the form of semi-interactive lecture notes on power-point. The lecture will cover the core or “must know” knowledge the candidate must have before he or she even dares to enter the Exam Hall. Emphasis will be on epidemiology, investigations and management of conditions as stipulated in the syllabus. This will be followed by a series of Single Best Answer Questions to test his or her understanding. Module 16 on the EMQs will cover a wide range of questions from Clinical Governance and Research to Obstetrics and Gynaecolgy.
Where necessary, references will be made to the Green-Top Guidelines by the RCOG, the NICE Guidelines, The Obstetrician and Gynaecologist and the Textbook Obstetrics and Gynaecology: an evidence based text for the MRCOG. 3rd Edition. by Luesley D.M and Kilby M.D
Please go through the promo mini course below to see what will be covered in detail before you decide.