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For every topic listed under a title you may expect to find:

 

 

Drafts are explanatory notes, they contain essential figures and detailed text to aid in understanding the topic in the best way possible. Images may be from other sites on the net, in such a case the link to the original page will be available in the gallery section.

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These are regular "book pages", they are the pages you should print and study for your exam, they are essentially a part of the drafts section but without the extra fat. They may in addition contain tables of comparison and differential diagnosis.

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This section contains detailed images animations and video clips related to the topic in discussion with the essential explanatory text.

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My personal favorite way of learning, the unmatched flow chart way. Essential to pass any MCQ exam.

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The topic lecture on power-point presentation. You may download and edit adding your personal touch.

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Review the standard hospital policies and procedures through the standing orders for the medical staff.

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Essential summary of guidelines provided by governing bodies.

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Notes for postgraduates, continuously updated. If you are sitting for an MCQ exam I strongly advise you NOT to read this section. It will only confuse you.

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As the name implies, it gives the way cases present in real life. Read this section as it will broaden your perspectives and help fix the topic into gear.

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Whenever you are ready !!

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  • You may also want to have a peek into:

      As the name implies, all about medications, essentially the scientific name (few trade names may be listed as well) just a reminder of the pharmacology curriculum.

     

      A chat room for OBGYN students around the globe, you may learn a lot about exam "experience" by chatting with others. Also if you are qualified send me your CV and log in as a tutor.

     

      My view. I don't know if you agree but I would like to know your view as well.

     

    Or for a change you may want to consider reviewing "Total Quality Management" section, this section reviews the TQM six sigma standards to improve heath services. I added this section as I feel you should follow these standards of improvement and apply "indicators' to monitor your progress. Thanks to Dr. Engy Fouad for her effort in editing this unique section.

     

   

                                 

                              

 

       

 

                                                                                       

 

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