Obstetrics and Gynecology 410-419
4th Year Ambulatory Care Selective Elective - 152 hours
The objective of this course is to provided the student with additional training in the diagnosis and management of out-patient gynecological problems. Students will attend obstetrical and all obstetrics and gynecology out-patient clinics including subspecialty clinics in endocrinology, infertility, gynecologic oncology, colposcopy and infectious disease. Students will participate in the workup, management and follow up of patients with ambulatory disorders. Night call will be taken once per week to further acquaint the student with gynecologic out-patient emergencies. Students will attend major departmental conferences and seminars, at the student's request research time may be devoted to the study of biomedical ethics as it is related to obstetrics and gynecology.
The following are the rotations available in the Department of Obstetrics and Gyncology:
|Rotation Number||Title||Site||Number of Available Places|
|419 A||Acting Intern||New Orleans||4|
|419 I||Acting Intern||Baton Rouge||1|
|419 H||Acting Intern||Lafayette||1|
|420 A||Acting Intern From Out-of-Town||New Orleans||1|
|421 A||Acting Intern From Out-of-Town||Baton Rouge||1|
|430 A||GYN Oncology||New Orleans||1|
|431 A||High Risk||New Orleans||1|
If you wish to apply for an elective in Obstetrics & Gynecology, please visit the AAMC Visiting Student Application Service.