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To provide the candidate with the clinical knowledge and skills necessary to develop a disciplined, logical and safe approach to the management of obstetric emergencies.
All mMOET candidates should be from a medical background.
Obstetrics/gynaecology professors, consultants, staff grade, associate specialists and UHDB Trust doctors are automatically eligible.
Training Grade candidates should have Part 2 MRCOG.
Anaesthetic candidates should have FRCA, and A&E candidates should be a Consultant, SpR or Staff Grade with a special interest in obstetric emergencies and trauma.
The mMOET course is run over two consecutive days.
Candidates are subject to continual assessment throughout the course. All candidates are to complete a multiple choice questionnaire, practical skills tests and a scenario (moulage) to demonstrate competency.
Includes course materials and daytime catering.
For an application form please e-mail email@example.com putting mMOET in the subject.
Please advise of your grade, specialty, name of the hospital where you work and your mobile number.
23 - 24 January 2020
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