Essential Revision Notes for Part 2 MRCOG, Part 2
The MRCOG Part 2 examination is perhaps one of the hardest professional examinations for the medical profession. This text outlines essential examination knowledge. It offers the reader insight and knowledge on each area of obstetrics and gynaecology. It provides notes on audit, development of protocols, incident reporting and risk management.
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