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11.
January 2019

CREOG is pleased to announce the winners of the annual award of $2000.00 in support of Program Directors, Residents and Program Managers to sustain relevance and innovation who created the resources for OB-GYN physicians and resident education. 2019 Awardees *All projects will be presented at 2020 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting Mary Ellen Hobler Scholarship for Program Managers to Attend CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting. Leanne L. Free, MD CREOG Rapid Review: High-Yield Flashcards for ACOG Practice Bulletin Topics. Olga Mutter, MD A National OB/GYN Education Curriculum. Anousheh Shaf...


Opiate Use Disorder (OUD) and the impact on families is an epidemic that is reaching every community, hospital, practice and training program. Every day our teams are dealing with the struggles of screening, diagnosis, treatment, counseling, support services, acute withdrawal for the mother and treatment of neonatal abstinence syndrome in the baby.  In the materials outlined below, residency programs have an introduction to the issues above with common language, case outlines for interactive discussion and links to find tools for further support for their inpatient and outpatient progra...


Training Modules: Improving Ob/Gyn Care for Transgender and Non-Binary Individuals Transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming individuals often face discrimination in health care settings. Research shows that many are unable to find competent, knowledgeable and culturally-appropriate health care. To assist faculty and staff, we created modules to prepare ob/gyns and other providers to better care for transgender, non-binary and other gender diverse people. These modules were developed and produced by Daphna Stroumsa, in collaboration with physicians and activists across the countr...


14.
July 2018

Background: Breastfeeding Promotion in Physicians' Office Practices was a 4-year grant.  An initiative of the grant was to develop residency curriculums for breastfeeding.  The curriculum was piloted at 14 residency programs.  Objective: The objective of this curriculum is to prepare residents to better counsel patients on the benefits of breastfeeding as well as manage common situations associated with breastfeeding Describe the anatomy of the breast Describe the physiology of lactation Counsel a pregnant woman about the advantages of breastfeeding Learn the...


  The Council on Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology (CREOG) provides quality educational programs to motivate Program Directors, Managers, faculty and residents to become the next generation of leaders and innovators. To sustain relevance and support innovation, CREOG has established a fundraising vehicle called the CREOG Empower Fund (donations may be made at CREOG Empower Page).  For 2019, CREOG will be presenting five $2,000 education awards from this fund to applicants to create resources for Ob-Gyn physicians and resident education. Type of Awards: ...


16.
June 2018

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17.
June 2018

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American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Foundation (AAOGF) Research and Training Scholarships Bridge Funding Awards Foundation for Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine (SMFM) Quilligan Scholars Program SMFM/AAOGF Scholarship Thomas Garite Mini-Sabbatical Grant Queenan Fellowships for Global Health American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Society for Reproductive Investigation (SRI) The Endocrine Society American Cancer Society Research grants for independent investigators Mentored Research Grants Health Professional Training Gr...


Physician Safety CSAPH Council Reports Patient Safety Topics: Bullying Educational Tools: Violence at the Workplace Workplace Violence against Health Care Workers in the United States Article Keeping Everyone Safe: Violence Prevention in Hospitals Article


20.
February 2018

CREOG received a request from the University of Puerto Rico to help them place four senior residents for MIS rotations. They were unable to complete those rotations due to devastating conditions Puerto Rico was facing post Hurricane Maria.


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