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UGT Obstetrics And Gynaecology

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Obstetrics & Gynaecology

“I loved this book! Easy to read with great concise and relevant information. The book provides more than just explanations of commonly tested History and Physical Examination stations, it is filled with Consultant tips, Cases to Learn from, review questions and tables of vital information.”

Unofficial Guide To Medicine Testimonial Jack Retina

Jack, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia

“This book has massively helped me in structuring my revision and ensuring that I cover all pertinent areas in good detail. It gives you great little tips and teaching notes and with all the new pictures added you can see why so many students were queuing to get their hands on this invaluable resource.”

Chudy, University of Southamption, UK

“This is a really great book for all students preparing for OSCEs! It has the most essential information in a neat & structured format, accompanied by a wealth of images that makes revising that much easier! Indispensable! ”

Unofficial Guide To Medicine Testimonial Victoria Retina

Victoria, University of Malta, Malta

“This book provides candidates with practical tips which other books may overlook, for both revision and the exam itself thus confirming the writers’ proficiency as authors of an OSCE revision guide.”

Unofficial Guide To Medicine Testimonial Journal Retina

International Journal Of Clinical Skills

“This excellent book presents the classics, and at one level this makes it a high-yield textbook that will be extremely valuable to medical students and junior doctors.”

Unofficial Guide To Medicine Testimonial Bob Clarke Retina

Bob Clarke, Associate Dean, Professional Development, London.
Director, Ask Doctor Clarke Ltd.

“The books format makes it flexible for study situations and the scenarios are tailored to fit common encounters in the wards. Mark schemes help to provide a summary of points to be covered and highlights what is expected of the student.”

Unofficial Guide To Medicine Testimonial

Onyinye Akpenyi, Medical student

The Unofficial Guide Webinars

Current Series: Obstetric and Gynaecology

The Unofficial Guide to Obstetrics and Gynaecology, from the award winning Unofficial Guide to Medicine series is being converted into a weekly interactive webinar series.The series will cover key high yield obstetrics and gynaecology topics, which coincide with the chapters covered in the UGTM textbook. There will be an opportunity to ask questions to specialists after every session and test your own knowledge with exam style MCQ’s.

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UGT Obstetrics and Gynaecology Book

15% off the Unofficial Guide to Obstetrics and Gynaecology in association with the launch of the O&G textbook series.

(Valid until 12/12/2020)

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