This is a series of online, case-based modules incorporating multimedia, competencies/milestones, tracking capabilities, assessments, and reporting. The variety of cases is designed for PGY levels 1-4 and can be used by residents for independent learning and by the faculty for teaching. A username and password are needed to access.
CoreCases' Assignment List
- CREOG Surgical Curriculum in Ob/Gyn
The CREOG Surgical Skills Task Force created this standardized surgical skills curriculum for use in training residents in obstetrics and gynecology. The five components of these modules include:
- The objective adscription and assessment of the module
- A description of the simulation
- The description of the surgical procedure
- A quiz which must be passed in order to proceed to evaluation by a faculty member and
- An evaluation form to be downloaded and printed by the learner.
- APGO Objectives Videos and Teaching Cases
This is a collection of companion videos to the Medical Student Educational Objectives. With a run time of 4 to 14 minutes long, these animated videos were created to help ob-gyn medical students and residents become proficient in the topics outlined in the APGO Medical Student Educational Objectives.
The videos cover a wide range of topics, including:
- Intrapartum Fetal Surveillance
- Ovarian Neoplasms
- Pap Smears and Cultures
- Pelvic Floor Disorders
- Preterm Labor
The project was made possible by an unrestricted educational grant to the University of Michigan from the APGO Medical Education Endowment Fund Grant Program.
- Labial Adhesions: An Interactive Learning Module
The moduels was developed as a Scholarly Project (2016) by Meg Gardner, MS4 and Kimberly Hoover, MD.
- Reading Lists
The reading lists are divided by division (i.e., resident rotations) and PGY level based. Although each is in a slightly different format, all are comprehensive and complete for expected knowledge and reading level.
- NICHD Neonatal Research Network: Extremely Preterm Birth Outcome Data
This Web- based tool is designed to help better inform health care professionals and families about possible infant outcomes (EGA 22-25 wks) based on standardized assessment. The tool uses study data to calculate an infant's probability of health survival. These data are not intended to be predictive of individual infant outcomes. Instead, the data provide a range of possible outcomes based on specific characteristics.
- OBCC Guidelines
The UAB Obstetric Practice Guidelines are available to UAB Ob/Gyn Alumni. For access, please contact Gina Campbell (email@example.com) and provide her with your name, office address, email address, and phone number. She will then contact you when your account has been created.
- Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Calculator
VBAC success calculator is based on the MFMU Network Cesarean Registry. This can be used in clinic to estimate a patient's chance of successful trial of labor after cesarean.
The Professional Development Office provides confidential counseling, consultation and coaching for medical students, graduate students, residents, fellows and faculty within the School of Medicine/UAB Medicine. Some common reasons people seek us out are for stress management, depression, anxiety, burnout, family and relationship issues, communication difficulties, substance abuse issues, and career/academic concerns. For more information . . .
Sandra Frazier, MD, Medical Director, Assistant Dean of Professional Development
- CERT Website
This is a series of online teaching modules containing quick references, slideshows, handouts and other teaching materials. It is specifically designed to help prepare resident physicians to better teach.