Medical Education: Test Your Knowledge with New PROLOG Title—Anytime, Anywhere

The newest addition to the Personal Review of Learning in Obstetrics and Gynecology (PROLOG) series, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, is also the first PROLOG edition to go completely digital.

One of the more popular ACOG publications, PROLOG works as a personal study resource for the practicing obstetrician-gynecologist. Each edition includes an assessment comprised of clinically oriented multiple-choice questions designed to stimulate and challenge readers. Each edition also comes with the Critique book, which serves as a handy reference guide, offers an explanation and discussion of each question in the assessment, and includes a review of educational objectives.

Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery is a special PROLOG volume focusing on topics specific to pelvic floor disorders, including causes and development, epidemiology and biostatistics, counseling and quality-of-life impact, surgical and nonsurgical treatments, common complications of therapy, discussion of examinations and test results, and anatomy and physiology.

As the first edition to offer digital components, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery is available in multiple formats, allowing readers to study where and when they want. The Critique books is available both in print and as an eBook. The eReader format allows access to the most up-to-date information on up to three devices. ACOG members can save $50 when purchasing both the print and eBook versions.  

Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery is the only edition to offer its assessment online instead of the traditional print bubble answer sheet currently used for all other PROLOG volumes. With the online assessment, users can study at their own pace, take the online exam as many times as needed to complete the test successfully, get instant results, and print the CME certificate on the spot. No wait time necessary. The volume offers 14 CME credits upon completion of the online assessment. Learn more about Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery here.

The other five titles in the PROLOG series cover key areas of obstetrics and gynecology and offer 25 CME credits per volume upon completion of the assessment:

These five original PROLOG titles are reasonably priced at $120 for ACOG Junior Fellows and $150 for ACOG Fellows. Non-members pay $180. All PROLOG volumes are available for purchase here. The member price for Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery is $85 for the print Assessment and Critique books; $55 for the eBook. Purchase now.


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