Section 1 Essential reproductive science
1. Anatomy of the Female Pelvis; 2. Conception and Implantation; 3. Physiological Changes in Pregnancy; 4. Placental and Fetal Growth and Development; 5. Perinatal and Maternal Mortality
Section 2 Essential obstetrics
6. History Taking and Examination in Obstetrics; 7. Normal Pregnancy and Antenatal Care; 8. Obstetric Disorders; 9. Maternal Medicine; 10. Congenital Abnormalities and Assessment of Fetal Wellbeing; 11. Management of Labour; 12. Management of Delivery; 13. Postpartum and Early Neonatal Care; 14. Mental Health and Childbirth
Section 3 Essential gynaecology
15. Basic Clinical Skills in Gynaecology; 16. Gynaecological Disorders; 17. Infertility; 18. Early Pregnancy Care; 19. Sexual and Reproductive Health; 20. Gynaecological Oncology; 21. Prolapse and Disorders of the Urinary Tract; 22. Principles of Perioperative Care; 23. Governance, Audit and Research; 24. Medicolegal Aspects of Obstetrics and Gynaecology; 25. Self-assessment Questions and Answers; 26. Self-assessment OSCE Stations: Questions and Answers; 27. Further Reading
• Ian M. Symonds, MB BS MMedSci DM FRCOG FRANZCOG , Dean of Medicine, University of Adelaide; Head of School, Adelaide Medical School; Visiting Medical Specialist in Obstetrics, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Adelaide, South Australia.
• Sabaratnam Arulkumaran, PhD DSc FRCSE FRCOG FRANZCOG (Hon), Professor Emeritus, Division of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, St George’s University of London, London, UK.