2023 CREOG Workshops for Residents

Preparing to Be Teachers and Leaders

Apr 15- Jun 10, 2023


The planning committee and CREOG staff invite residents to register for the 2023 CREOG Workshop for Residents: Preparing to Be Teachers and Leaders. Taking place this Spring, the meeting will feature the expertise of experienced and knowledgeable faculty who will address multiple fundamental and critically important topics that prepare participants to be teachers and leaders.

There will be two in-person and three virtual workshops this year. Individual residents will only sign up for one workshop.

2023 In-Person Workshops

The in-person workshops will take place over two days at ACOG’s headquarters at 409 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20024. The program will start at approximately 8 a.m. ET on Saturday and end by 3 p.m. ET on Sunday.

Available Workshop dates:

  • April 15–16, 2023
  • April 29–30, 2023

2023 Virtual Workshops

Virtual workshops will be conducted online from 9:45 a.m.–5:45 p.m. ET.

Available Workshop dates:

  • May 7, 2023
  • June 3, 2023
  • June 10, 2023


Registration for all five workshops is open.*

Workshops Registration

In-Person: April 15–16, 2023

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In-Person: April 29–30, 2023

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Virtual Workshops

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  • In-person Workshops: $400**
  • Virtual Workshops: $300

*Registration is payable by credit card and is due in full at the time of registration.

**A link to book the hotel at the ACOG group rate will be sent to all registered participants once it becomes available.

There will be a waitlist, so if a resident is unable to make the workshop for any reason, please cancel so that we can accommodate one of the many residents who would like to join.


The purpose of these workshops is to equip residents in obstetrics and gynecology with the knowledge and skills necessary to serve as leaders and exemplary teachers for junior residents and medical students for whom they are responsible. This program will expose participants to general principles of leadership and education and provide specific tips for immediate practice and application.  

Intended Participation   

The curriculum is designed for obstetrics and gynecology residents who will be directly responsible for administration and teaching. Administrative responsibilities may include scheduling, coaching, team leading, and serving as a liaison between the faculty and other residents. The curriculum will address interpersonal issues such as providing performance feedback, managing conflict, and guiding clinical and educational activities. Given the intricacies of balancing a personal and professional life, residents will gain insight into how best to manage themselves in both arenas. Residency programs will benefit from greater clinical efficiency; better educational endeavors; improved interpersonal relationships; and increased effectiveness of workshop attendees and, to a degree, other residents in attendees' programs.