Resident Resources

  • CREOG Educational Objectives, 11th Edition (2017)
    The CREOG Council and the CREOG Education Committee recognizes the dynamic nature of the obstetrics and gynecology specialty. These revised objectives accurately reflect the practice of the specialist (formerly known as the generalist) in obstetrics and gynecology. 
  • CREOG Physician Satisfaction and Wellness Initiative (2018)
    This page includes Physician Wellness Toolkit, information on ACOG/CREOG Wellness week, etc. 
  • CREOG Quiz
    Self-assessment tool for residents. 
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Global Health Electives
    A resource for program directors to address the rising interest in a global health experience during residency training.
  • Guidelines for Pursuing A Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology (2016)
    Downloadable word document that guides you through pursuing a residency in Ob/Gyn.
  • Surgical Curriculum
    Standardized surgical skills curriculum for use in training residents in obstetrics and gynecology
  • Transgender Healthcare Curriculum (2018)
    Training Modules: Improving Ob/Gyn Care for Transgender and Non-Binary Individuals 
  • Business of Medicine
    This educational tool consists of 12 units each with slides, a didactic component, bibliography, evaluation tools, and a teacher’s guide.
  • CREOG Journal Club (2018)
    Resources to run Journal Clubs effectively vary between departments ranging from general faculty reviewing the literature at times without the needed resources to epidemiologists on faculty at Medical Universities. Many OBGYN residency programs give an introduction to a review of the literature and utilize the tools in Obstetrics and Gynecology or the “Green Journal” as their curriculum but also may have varied resources to create these presentations. The Journal Club Modules are a result of this need recognized by the CREOG Education Committee.
  • Ob/Gyn Ultrasound Lecture Series (2018)
    OBGYN Ultrasound Lecture Series is designed to provide curriculum content while allowing flexibility for presenters to incorporate their own individual expert knowledge and experience.
  • A Health Care Crisis: Hurricane Maria and Its Sequel (2018)
    An article by by Alexandra Alvira López, MD, 4th year resident at University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine

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