In any regard, we know everyone likes to talk to the “right person our departments is highly trained and specialized, so although we are always happy to help” the first time around. Our teams are:
• Enrollment: For initial clinical schedules and new or additional clinical blocks or services
• Career Development: For enrollment processing, document collection, document revision, career counseling, and medical branding
• Medical Development: For specific questions regarding clinical blocks, clinical site requirements, and changes in your schedule
Your attending will guide you through the culture of U.S. healthcare, helping you navigate the black-and-white rules as well as subtleties that every U.S. medical graduate learns during medical school.
The Ob-Gyn curriculum provides exposure to many aspects of primary care. Within in allocated time frame students will see only a portion of the many diseases, disorders, and procedures that obstetricians and gynecologists manage. consequently, students are responsible for independent preparation for standardized Shelf and board examinations.
As in every medical rotation, the trainee must become the consummate professional Demonstrating respect, compassion, integrity, and altruism in relationships with patients, families, and colleagues.
All medical professionals must be empathetic, demonstrating sensitivity and responsiveness to the gender, age, culture, religion, sexual preference, socioeconomic status, beliefs, behaviors, and disabilities of patients and colleagues.
Students are required to complete one case based presentation, including an in depth Discussion of one or more aspects of the case (e.g. a presenting symptom or sign, a diagnostic category or management issue) that you want to learn more about during your rotation.
The actual case chosen should be based on a patient the student personally evaluated in either the inpatient or outpatient setting.
The presentation will be given to the Ob-Gyn Attending Physician/Preceptor and any other members of the medical team (e.g. medical students, interns, residents).
The presentation should be about 15-20 minutes in length and should be accompanied by handouts including a written description of the case and an evidence based discussion of the topic to be presented with a list of the recent literature used to obtain information for the discussion.
The literature could include material from journal articles, national guidelines, professional publications and web sites such as the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) or recent textbook.