Candidates will be expected to have adequate knowledge of the physiology of normal pregnancy, labour, delivery and the puerperium, together with an insight into common disease states of the pregnant woman and the newborn infant and their investigation and treatment. Candidates will be expected to have adequate knowledge of disturbances of reproductive function, including menstrual disorders, infertility, contraception and family planning, and genital infections. In addition, an understanding of the presentation, investigation and management of gynaecological malignant disease will be required.
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