- This book is mainly intended for medical students preparing for the final examination for medical degrees and for foreign medical graduates preparing for the examination required to practice medicine (ERPM) in Sri Lanka. As it has a wide range of questions, it is also suitable for postgraduate students preparing for international examinations.
- It is based on the Guidelines of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and is hence suitable for students in many countries around the world.
- It has clinical scenario-based and theory-based, true/false multiple choice questions from the entire syllabus in obstetrics and gynaecology. The questions are in the standard format which is used in the undergraduate and postgraduate examinations. It is methodically arranged into 42 chapters.
- A detailed explanation is given for each true response while the false responses are critically analyzed. Hence, it contains a large theory component covering the entire syllabus which focuses directly on the knowledge required to answer true/false multiple choice questions.
- It is a supplementary text and not a mere collection of questions.
- Readers can facilitate their preparation by using this book for revision and self-assessment prior to the examination.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Subject||Obstetrics and Gynecology|
|About the Author||
Eranthi Samarakoon MBBS,MS(Sri Lanka),FRCOG (UK) is a senior lecturer and consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at the Peradeniya University and the Teaching Hospital, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. She obtained second class honors at the final MBBS examination and came first in the order of merit at the Master of Surgery in obstetrics and gynaecology (Sri Lanka) part 1 and part 2 examinations. She completed the final year of her postgraduate training at St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester, and got through the MRCOG (UK) examination at the first attempt. She was Board certified as a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist in Sri Lanka in 1983 and has been in active practice since then. This book is based on over three decades of experience as an active clinician and academician who has been teaching medical students for the final MBBS examination and training postgraduate students for the Doctor of Medicine (MD) in obstetrics and gynaecology (Sri Lanka) and the MRCOG (UK) examinations. She has been an examiner for the final MBBS examination in all eight universities in Sri Lanka and for the MD obstetrics and gynaecology (Sri Lanka) examination. She plays a major role in the clinical training and examinations for undergraduate and clinical training of postgraduate students. At least five students are trained each year at the Peradeniya University Hospital for the MD (Sri Lanka) and MRCOG (UK) examinations.