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MRCOG-3  Premium Course Plan 

Med Instutors presents the ultimate MRCOG Part 3 – 3 Months Comprehensive Course, meticulously crafted by our esteemed global mentors’ panel, with exclusive insights from NHS UK professionals. Our course provides a structured approach to grasp the entire syllabus, offering extensive and current study materials aligned with smart learning objectives. With a top-notch panel of mentors specializing in MRCOG Part 3, we ensure a seamless learning experience for our students.

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Summarized guidelines of TOGS

Summarized guidelines of GTGs

Summarized guidelines of FSRH

Summarized guidelines of BHIVA,

Summarized guidelines of BASHH

Summarized guidelines of ONCOLOGY

The clinical assessment consists of 14 tasks in a circuit, with each task corresponding to one of the 14 modules in the syllabus.
Each task has a total time of 12 minutes, including 2 minutes of initial reading time.
Domains include Patient Safety, Communication with Patients and Their Relatives, Communication with Colleagues, Information Gathering, and Applied Clinical Knowledge.
Clinical Examiners are present on all 14 tasks, and Lay Examiners participate in four tasks focusing on communication, patient safety, and information gathering from the patient's perspective.
Tasks involve simulated patient/colleague interactions with trained actors and structured discussions with clinical examiners.
Marks are divided into simulated patient/colleague tasks and structured discussion tasks, each with clinical examiners.
Candidates must have successfully passed the MRCOG-2 examination and have at least 4 years of clinical experience.
AoT is a prerequisite for MRCOG Part 3. Apply for AoT after passing MRCOG Part 1, and applications must be approved before applying for the Part 3 exam.
Route A (UK Specialist Training Programme): •tIn intermediate training at ST3 level or above at AoT application. •tSubmission of AoT application with National Training Number. •tNo additional documentation required initially. Route B (Non-UK Specialist Training Programme): •tMinimum 4 years in obstetrics and gynaecology posts (full-time or equivalent) in the UK or overseas. •tIncludes at least 2 years in the specialty within the last 4 years. •tRequires a minimum of 6 consecutive months in a single post. •tAll hospital-based overseas posts in O&G accepted. •tTraining must be completed at AoT application. •tFlexible training in recognized posts allowed with College approval. •tTraining before Part 1 MRCOG can be counted under Route B.
1.tClinical skills 2.tTeaching and research 3.tCore surgical skills 4.tPostoperative care 5.tAntenatal care 6.tMaternal medicine 7.tManagement of labour 8.tManagement of delivery 9.tPostpartum problems 10.tGynecological problems 11.tSubfertility 12.tSexual and reproductive health 13.tEarly pregnancy care 14.tGynecological oncology 15.tUrogynecology & pelvic floor problems

Important Announcements for MRCOG Candidates:

1.     Deadline for Updating Contact Information:

Ensure your home address and email address are current. Deadline: Monday, 05 February 2024.

2.     Assessment of Training (AoT) Application Deadline:

If applying for AoT, the deadline is Thursday, 25 January 2024.

3.     Priority Booking Window:

Priority booking opens on Thursday, 29 February 2024, providing early access for candidates.

4.     Regular Booking Window:

The main booking window is open from Monday, 4 March 2024, to Thursday, 7 March 2024.

5.     Second Booking Window:

A second booking opportunity is available from Monday, 11 March 2024, to ensure flexibility.

6.     Results Release Date:

Find out your results on Wednesday, 12 June 2024.

Stay updated and meet these deadlines for a smooth MRCOG journey. Wishing you success in your preparations!



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