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Program Objectives

Mission Statement

The Canadian Obstetrics and Gynecology Review Program is a physician organization that is deeply committed to offering educational programs. We provide the knowledge and skills necessary to enhance women's health care by educating future Obstetricians and Gynecologists, who ultimately provide the highest quality of patient care to the community at large.

Program Objectives

The content of this program is based upon the specific needs of graduating residents. The format of this program will include interactive presentations with an opportunity for immediate feedback through touch pad technology. Multiple choice Q&A's are incorporated into each presentation as well as a formal pathology slide review. Residents will also have an opportunity to participate in a Clinical Communication Scenario (OSCE) exercise. A minimum of five stations of different cases will be offered in both French and English.

This program is precedent setting in Canada. No other program of such caliber exists and no other exam preparatory program has the support of the university training centres throughout Canada. Faculty has been chosen from educational institutions across the country and is based on the recommendations, requests and specific needs of the residents.

Clinical Communication Scenarios (CCS) - OSCE Stations

This section of the review program will be used to enhance the clinical decision-making skills of residents. Residents effectively utilize important elements of a clinical problem leading to a successful resolution. This aspect of the program will focus on the resident's clinical skills in the domains of knowledge, clinical data gathering and interpretation, communication, and the application of the principles of evidence-based medicine to clinical decision-making and problem solving.