This tutorial aims to develop knowledge of the epidemiology, aetiology, pathophysiology, clinical characteristics, prognostic features and management of diabetes in pregnancy.
This tutorial aims to familiarise you with haemoglobinopathy, platelet disorders and thromboembolic disease in pregnancy.
This tutorial looks at the aetiology, diagnosis, implications and management of some common bacterial, viral and parasitical infections.
This tutorial will help you to learn more about the way in which heart disease can complicate pregnancy, and how to assess and manage pregnant women with cardiac problems.
This tutorial considers how conditions involving the gastrointestinal (GI) system and liver can influence or be influenced by pregnancy.
This tutorial outlines the types of cancers more commonly encountered during pregnancy, the effect of cancer on the pregnancy, the effect of pregnancy on the cancer and their management.
This tutorial is intended to cover the knowledge for the Core Curriculum, but will also outline some additional content relevant to advanced and subspecialist trainees.
This tutorial aims to familiarise you with neurological conditions that can pre-date or occur for the first time in pregnancy, epilepsy and rarer disorders.
This tutorial focuses on abnormal renal structure and function during pregnancy and describes the principles and practice of care for pregnant women with chronic renal disease.
This tutorial will help you to learn about the clinical characteristics of various connective tissue disorders and establish differential diagnosis.
This tutorial addresses the normal changes in mood, the clinical characteristics of the different psychiatric conditions and the management of serious psychiatric disorders through pregnancy.