The following is the
book list for the preparation of MRCOG Part 1 Examination. This list is based on
the recommendations of the RxPG members who have passed their MRCOG Part 1 exam.
How to Prepare for MRCOG
Jafaru Abu, David Ireland
Recommended by the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology this book
features two practice papers for actual exam practice.
Basic Science in
Obstetrics and Gynaecology: a Textbook for Mrcog Part 2: A Textbook for Mrcog
Michael De Swiet, Phillip Bennett, Geoffrey Chamberlain (Editor), De Swiet
Michael (Editor), Philip Bennett (Editor)
A textbook covering the basic sciences relevant to obstetrics and gynaecology
at a level suitable for doctors specialising in the field . The chapters match
the syllabus of the specialist UK exam - the MRCOG (Part 1).
Notes on Obstetrics and
Gynaecology: For the Mrcog
Gordon M. Stirratt, Timothy Draycott, Martin Mills
A brief, synoptic guide to obstetrics and gynaecology aimed at membership
candidates, this text, written in a short, brief style includes some basic
science and a short guide to contemporary clinical information on conditions.
All gynaeneoplasia has been concentrated in one chapter and the text includes
a new chapter on ethics. The topic of obstetrics in developing countries has
been incorporated into appropriate chapters, rather than one chapter on its
Member of the Royal
College of Gynaecologists: Basic Science for Obstetrics and Gynaecology MCQS
for Part 1 MRCOG Part 1 MCQS (Saunders Postgraduate Self-assessment S.)
Khaldoun W. Sharif (Editor)
MRCOG.- Part I MCQs provides trainees preparing for the Royal College of
Obstetricians and Gynaecologists membership examination in the basic sciences
with over 450 test questions. These are organised under the twelve topics
constituting the examination and are of a similar content and format to those
of the actual College examination. Answers are accompanied by explanatory
notes so that the book offers both a testing and learning facility.
OUTSTANDING FEATURES: Gives advice on how to approach the MCQ examination;
Answers accompanied by explanations to assist with filling in the gaps of the
reader's knowledge; Appendix reproduces Detailed Instructions for the Multiple
Choice Question Papers issued by the RCOG; Distinguished author team - Mr Gee
is a District Tutor for the RCOG.
Semi essential books
Get Through MRCOG: 501
Leroy Edozien, Olumbusika Amu
This title covers all aspects of the syllabus including the application of
the scientific foundations of obstetrics and gynaecology, to practical
clinical problems and basic sciences. Containing 501 MCQs with explanatory
answers and clinical topics including normal and abnormal pregnancy,
infertility, general gynaecology and gynaecological oncology.
Mrcog Part 1: Mcqs
T. Chard, R. Liford
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- an Evidence Based Text for Mrcog
David Luesley, Philip Baker
This evidence-based text modelled on the MRCOG curriculum aims to provide
all the information that the trainee requires during training and when
preparing for the MRCOG examinations.
MCQs and Short Answer
Questions for MRCOG: An Aid to Revision and Self-assessment
David Luesley, Philip Baker
This is a companion volume to Obstetrics and Gynaecology and represents
all the curricular elements covered in that text. This volume, consisting of
MCQs and Short Essay Questions, is intended to be used in conjunction with,
and independently of, the main text as a self-assessment aid throughout
training and during revision for MRCOG examinations. Both the MRCOG Part 1 and
Part 2 include MCQ papers and the MRCOG Part 2 includes a short essay question
paper. Therefore, this volume will assist with revision for both papers.
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