The MRCOG Part 3 exam assesses knowledge and how this is applied in clinical practice (i.e. clinical skills). The assessment is based on the 14 knowledge-based modules of the RCOG obstetrics & gynecology curriculum.
In order to provide high quality and safe patient-centered care required in the exam, we teach and provide our students with an assessment of their:
1) Clinical skills
2) Application of knowledge
4) Professional values
7 - 8 weeks
Access to a fully supportive learning experience anywhere and anytime till the exam
You will walk away with
In depth understanding of how to apply the 5 core clinical domain skills related to each of the 14 knowledge-based modules of the RCOG Obstetrics and Gynecology curriculum.
Knowledge of the NHS system in terms of communication within referral pathways, hierarchy of care and clinical governance.
The knowledge of how to effectively prepare for the exam with numerous tips and tricks under your sleeve.
The skill of effectively communicating with the simulated patient using appropriate language, conveying empathy and sympathy when needed and diffusing anger of the patient or relative.
The art of using professional language with the examiner and appropriately organizing your thoughts when presenting your knowledge using various approaches according to the specific case.
History taking skills, negotiation skills and counseling skills
Every Session Will Include
Interactive case scenarios 1:1
Constructive feedback domain wise
Tips to take home
Questions and answers
What is Covered?
All 14 knowledge-based modules.
You will be taught how to apply the NHS core values throughout all 14 modules which are: Respect & maintaining dignity for patients, Compassion towards patients, Maintaining patient safety & confidentiality, Team work.
Clinical governance: Incident reporting, Risk management & Audit.
Filling forms: Prescription form, Delivery note, CS note.
Letters: Discharge letter, Referral letter.
Stats and Numbers
Wafaa Ali Belail, MD, MRCOG
MRCOG UK, 2018
Dr. Wafaa is an Obstetrician and Gynecologist, she holds a medical degree from the College of Medical Sciences and Technology in Sudan. Has experience within the NHS.
She has been an instructor of the MRCOG Part 3 course since October 2018 and has coached over 200 students.
Dr. Wafaa is well known amongst MRCOG students for her exceptional teaching skills along with her confidence, patience, friendly attitude & likeable personality.