The national remote obstetrics and gynecology resident didactics website is now live.
The website, which started as a cooperative teaching effort in District II and CREOG Region 1, will include information about a number of virtual didactic teaching series from around the country, including the national curriculum originating from University of California San Francisco. This website is meant to be a national effort.
At this website you can access the online didactics schedule, which will be updated daily. Please see below some additional information:
- All times posted are in ET.
- Programs can now upload their own schedules to the website.
- Program directors, program managers, and residents can upload recordings of previous lectures and PowerPoint presentations that will be saved and viewed on the website. You must register in order to upload content.
- Recorded lectures will be available on the website once we receive those from the faculty.
We welcome any additions to the lecture schedule from any program director across the country. The program directors are responsible for determining which lectures they feel would be appropriate to share. We also welcome duplicate topics: one lecture can never cover the full breadth and depth of a topic, and given important regional differences, different lectures may present the material in a different way.
Please remind your faculty who are lecturing of the following:
- There may be residents from other programs viewing the lecture online. They don't need to necessarily change anything, but they should refrain from talking about anything that is program specific and remain professional.
- Do not include any protected health information that is specific to your program or references your program.
- We would like the lecture recorded for later viewing, as programs can now upload their own content.
- We would like a copy of their PowerPoint or PDF, if possible.
- Start and end the lecture on time.
CREOG would like to thank Nagaraj Gabbur, MD, program director at Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell Health at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and North Shore University Hospitals, for curating the curriculum submissions and Kyan Lynch, MD, MA, obstetrics and gynecology department education specialist from the University of Rochester Medical Center, for developing the website.
Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.