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July 2016

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July 2016


“Inpatient” versus “Outpatient” Induction of Labor Olivia H. Chang, MD, MPH, Toni H. Golen, MD Beth Israel Medical Center/Harvard Boston, Massachusetts Clinical Scenarios: Case - Ms. JA is a 26 y/o G1P0 at 41w3d who presents with an indicated induction of labor for post-term1. She has had a benign pregnancy, The fetus has been confirmed to be in the vertex presentation, and her Bishop’s score was unfavorable at closed/long/posterior/-3/soft. Scenario A - “Outpatient” post-term induction of labor She was placed in OB triage. A misoprostol was placed v...


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July 2016


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July 2016

CREOG Journal Club 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. Journal Club M...


Michael Miller, MD Naval Medical Center San Diego michael.j.miller57.mil@mail.mil Clinical Scenario A: A 27 y.o. G3P0A3, presents for follow-up after undergoing an uncomplicated suction dilation and curettage for an early pregnancy loss at 8 wga. Her first two pregnancies also resulted in early pregnancy loss. Her past medical history is unremarkable. She denies a family history of clotting disorders, diabetes mellitus or thyroid problems. The patient and her husband want to know why they continue to lose pregnancies. A complete physical exam is unremarkable. A workup for anti-phospholipid a...


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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