Well not everyone has the opportunity to work in an UK clinical environment or where the UK guidelines are frequently practiced. Thus yielding an uphill task while reading for MRCOG Part 2 exam.
So for those who do not work in such a place, for the sake of exam, you all need to forget what you might usually do at your local practice and think like UK trainees.
Eg: CS is usually not the 1st answer for many case scenarios. Assess the need for Conservative Mx, FBS, Instrumental delivery, Informing the Consultant- before you opt for CS. But remember usually at exam you are ST5 level trainee and able to take appropriate independent decisions.
LW management forms a bulk of the questions in exam, and the most tricky ones to answer.
Practice is the key to manage these questions. Learn the CTG, NICE guidelines well and do many EMQs as possible.
Well, that’s about it for now. Please also read on how to answer type one questions and let me know if there’s anything you’d like me to address in the upcoming posts.