Revision of topics selected by candidates and tutors, obstetrics and gynaecology databases, New Zealand clinical management guidelines related to obstetrics and gynaecology.
This is a paper for candidates undertaking the Postgraduate Diploma in Obstetrics and Medical Gynaecology. It centres around a three-day residential course in Christchurch.
|Paper title||Obstetrics and Gynaecology Residential Course 2|
|Subject||Obstetrics and Medical Gynaecology|
|Teaching period(s)||1st Non standard period (26 July 2021 - 17 October 2021)
2nd Non standard period (27 September 2021 - 19 December 2021) (Distance learning)
|Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD)||$577.80|
|International Tuition Fees (NZD)||$2,134.80|
- OBGX 719
- Limited to
- PGCertWHlth, PGDipOMG
- (i) This is a three-day residential course held at the University of Otago, Christchurch.. The advertised teaching period allows for course work and assessment, see the Teaching Arrangements section for the residential dates. It is a compulsory paper for the Postgraduate Diploma in Obstetrics and Medical Gynaecology. It may also be taken as part of the Postgraduate Certificate in Women's Health. (ii) For more information: www.otago.ac.nz/womens-health-postg
- Medical doctors, midwives, general practioners (GPs).
Enrolments for this paper are limited and require departmental permission. View more information about limitations of enrolment.
Tel: 03 364 0469 (Christchurch campus)
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- View more information about OBGY 719
- Teaching staff
- Paper Structure
OBGY 719 revisits current issues and core skills in Women's Health. This paper is taught with a patient-centred focus. The paper consists of independent learning through:
- conducting a literature search
- pre-course reading
three-day residential course in Christchurch that includes:
- interactive case-based teaching and skills assessment workshops
- a presentation of the Literature search including answering questions and providing a short one-page summary of the findings and a bibliography
- an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) and a short answer written exam
- a reflective review of practice.
- Teaching Arrangements
This paper centres around a three-day residential course held in Christchurch as follows;
N1 - September 1, 2, 3
N2 - November 3, 4, 5
There is no single textbook for this paper. Readings will be provided for students to access via the Library, with additional readings and other multimedia material provided via Moodle.
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Interdisciplinary perspective, Communication, Critical thinking, Cultural understanding,
View more information about Otago's graduate attributes.
- Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this paper, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate clinical expertise in the management of pre-pregnancy, antenatal and postnatal care with low levels of complexity
- Demonstrate clinical expertise in consultation with a specialist in the management of all levels of intrapartum care and in pre-pregnancy, antenatal, and postnatal care with moderate levels of complexity
- Demonstrate clinical expertise in the medical management of sexual and reproductive health with low levels of complexity
- Demonstrate clinical expertise in the management of early gynaecological cancer diagnosis/screening, early pregnancy complications with appropriate consultation with a specialist
- Demonstrate self-learning in women’s health and other relevant areas of medical practice, including recognition of limits of their own knowledge and abilities.
- Understand the principles and practice of evidence-based medicine and research in a clinical setting.
- Understand the need to maintain knowledge and practice in order to provide up-to-date evidence-based care.
- Understand and explain the underlying physiology and pathology, and the available assessment and management options in order to provide safe and effective care.
- Solicit and accept constructive feedback
- Exhibit ethical attitudes and conduct
- Demonstrate values of fairness, empathy, acceptance, kindness, respect, and responsibility to and for all people.