Fali Langdana is the academic co-ordinator for OBGY 717 Obstetrics and Gynaecology Clinical Training.
Fali is based in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Women's Health, University of Otago, Wellington.
OBGY 717 is the clinical skills paper taken by all PGDipOMG students. It is examined by the successful completion of the logbook and satisfactorily passing the OSCE.
The clinical training and examination for the PGDipOMG is supervised and approved by the members of the Joint Board of Studies, Universities of Auckland and Otago.
The minimum experience required for the clinical training is specified in the current course logbook. In most instances it is six months. Clinical experience will normally consist of posts in the obstetric department of an accredited hospital.
All clinical experience and training must be supervised by a local training supervisor, who may be a specialist or general practitioner obstetrician. The supervisor is required to assess and sign off the quality of the clinical work presented in the logbook.
Candidates may need to arrange additional experience to complete the requirements of the logbook.
If you require further information on training hospitals, please contact: