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Written by Amy R. Stagg MD and the CREOG Education Committee with contributions by Amy Meg Autry MD, Adeline A. Boatin MD, MPH, Lisa M. Nathan MD, MPH and Blair J. Wylie MD, MPH The CREOG Education Committee has developed Frequently Asked Questions about Global Health Electives as a resource for program directors to address the rising interest in a global health experience during residency training. This document focuses on the essential issues to be considered by program directors and residents for an international elective rotation. Multiple resources are included with a focus on safety, e...

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May 2016

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May 2016

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John Van Deman, MD Greenville Health System Mentor: Lauren Demosthenes, MD Clinical Scenario A A 30-year-old G1 at 40 weeks presents to the office for a routine appointment.  Her pregnancy has been uncomplicated and she had a negative GBS screen at 36 weeks.  On exam her cervix is found to be fingertip, 25% effaced, and -3 station.  Plans for a post dates induction are made if she has not spontaneously gone into labor by 41 weeks.  She is counseled that she will be admitted to the hospital when she is 40 weeks and 6 days for overnight cervical ripening with hopes of...

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January 2016

Amnisure or traditional speculum exam? Radhika Patnam, MD Clinical Scenario A A 26 y/o G1 female @ 37.5 weeks gestation presented to the hospital exam room after noticing her “underwear was wet.” She denied any contractions or bleeding, and endorsed good fetal movement.  Her NST was reactive and no contractions were noted. A speculum was placed, and showed no pool of fluid. Nitrazine testing was negative and no arborization was noted on the slide. The final assessment was that spontaneous rupture of membranes had not occurred and the patient was sent home aft...

January 2016

UTI Radhika Patnam, MD Mentor: Dr. Steven Swift, MD Clinical Scenario A A 35 y/o G3P3 female calls the clinic with a complaint of burning with urination and increased frequency. She denies any fever, chills or new onset back pain. She notes that this “feels like a UTI.” The patient speaks with the nurse over the phone, and the call is routed to the physician. The physician reviews her records, notes she is otherwise healthy, without any recent UTIs and prescribes a 5-day course of nitrofurantoin over the phone with instructions to call if her symptoms persist or w...

January 2016

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The Council for Resident Education in Obstetrics & Gynecology (CREOG) established a task force to look into Physician Satisfaction and Wellness as a CREOG initiative in 2014.


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