1. History of obstetric analgesia and anaesthesia; 2. Maternal physiology; 3. Audit in obstetric anaesthesia; 4. Non-regional analgesia I (non pharmacological); 5. Non-regional analgesia II (pharmacological); 6. Regional analgesia for labour; 7. Ambulatory analgesia in labour; 8. Anaesthesia for caesarean section: general anaesthesia; 9. Regional anaesthesia for caesarean section; 10. Anaesthesia for the distressed fetus and major obstetric haemorrhage; 11. Intrapartum fetal monitoring; 12. The obstetric patient with cardiac disease; 13. The obstetric patient with respiratory, neurological and endocrine disease; 14. Pre-eclampsia; 15. Intensive and high dependency care of the obstetric patient; 16. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in pregnancy; 17. Amniotic fluid embolism; 18. Anaesthesia during pregnancy; 19. Midwifery education and the anaesthetist.