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									PGY 1 Yearly Goals and Objectives 2012-2013

General goals for residency training:
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program will provide excellent education, training and clinical experience to prepare each resident
physician to appropriately provide outpatient, inpatient, peri-operative, operative, and labor and delivery, care for Ob-Gyn patients. They will acquire technical
skills in the operating room, on labor and delivery, and in the outpatient clinics. They will be prepared to become independent practitioners and board certified
consultants in obstetrics and gynecology. They will have the requisite academic and clinical skills to enter subspecialty fellowship training programs if desired.

Emergency Medicine Rotation-
GOALS                                        OBJECTIVES                                                            INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIY                       EVALUATION
Knowledge:                                   To understand:                                                              Faculty interaction                          Monthly evaluations
To acquire a well-rounded and thorough            Special physical, developmental, and psychological                    Independent reading                          Case logs
knowledge of the essential basic and                  considerations for Emergency Room patients                         Interaction with Senior ED residents         Lecture presentation
applied medical sciences that pertains to         To understand special considerations for                               and Consult services                          evaluations
Emergency Room medicine and be able                   Emergency Room patients                                            Sign-out teaching sessions
to apply this knowledge when making a
treatment plan.

Patient Care:                                To acquire skills in :                                                      Faculty interaction                          Monthly evaluations
To achieve the level of independent               Management of Emergency and trauma conditions                         Interaction with Senior ED residents         Case logs
consultant in the domains of gathering                including special techniques such as:                               and Consult services                         Portfolio evaluations
diagnostic information making triage and                     o Stroke Codes                                              Sign-out teaching sessions                    (including self,
plans, providing Emergency services and                      o Trauma resuscitation                                                                                     patient and coworker
                                                             o Management of Cardiac pathology                                                                          evaluations)
procedures in the management of
                                                             o Management of pediatric emergencies
common and unique surgical procedures.                       o Management of bleeding in early pregnancy
To become adept at the preparation and                       o Management of gynecologic emergencies
the prevention of complications for                          o Laceration repair
emergency room patients requiring                            o Line placement
emergency services.
Practice based Learning:                     To be able to define and analyze:                                           Faculty interaction                          Monthly evaluations
To analyze one’s own practice                Individual areas of their own practice that need improvement or can         Interaction with Senior ED residents          by elective course
systematically and to be able to retrieve,   serve as examples for others.                                                and Consult services.                         director
understand and apply scientific evidence                                                                                 Sign-out teaching sessions                   End of year program
                                             Critique their own practice in light of current scientific and                                                             evaluation
related to the practice of Emergency
Room issues. To be participate in the        biomedical knowledge related to the practice of Ob/Gyn
learning of fellow Ob/Gyn residents and

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other health care professions.
Professionalism:                             To offer residents opportunities in :                                  Faculty interaction                       Portfolios including
To understand and apply basic principles           instruction in biomedical ethics                                Interaction with Senior ED residents       patient and co worker
of bio medical ethics.                             analysis of their own practice in terms of professionalism       and Consult services.                      evaluations
                                                        and ethical issues                                                                                     Faculty evaluations
To introduce areas of academic Ob/Gyn              Teaching medical students
practice including teaching, research, and         Mentoring in research activities
participation in professional                      Learning the basics of study design and critique
organizations. To understand the                        scientific literature
importance of personal responsibility in           Introduction to writing scientific literature
completion of paperwork, case-logging,
maintenance of certification and creation
of a respectful work place.
Effective Communication:                             To be able to discuss issues of informed consent with         Faculty interaction                        360 degree
To understand and demonstrate cultural                patients in the Emergency Dept.                               Interaction with Senior ED residents       evaluations by
differences in age, gender, and authority            To communicate effectively with emergency medicine             and Consult services.                      faculty, fellows,
roles.                                                and other specialty colleagues                                Sign-out teaching sessions                 peers, patients and
                                                     To communicate and work cooperatively with other health                                                   their families.
To work as an effective and efficient                 care professionals in the Emergency Dept team including
                                                      nurses, surgical and technical assistants, and
member of the Emergency Dept.
                                                      administrative personnel.
Systems based learning:                      To introduce residents to :                                            Faculty interaction                       Monthly resident
To understand how the practice of                  Types of Ob/Gyn delivery systems                                Sign-out Teaching sessions                 evaluations by Res.
Emergency Med. is part of a larger                 Methods of cost analysis and cost containment                                                               Director
content of health care organization and            Quality assurance and continuous quality improvement                                                       Monthly and end of
                                                       techniques in the practice of Ob/Gyn                                                                     year residency
delivery.
                                                                                                                                                                program evaluation
                                                                                                                                                               Portfolio evaluations
To understand the relevance of
emergency medicine and related medical
specialist training that enhances the
knowledge of Ob/Gyn practice




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Gynecology Clinics 1 and 2 Rotations-
GOALS                                        OBJECTIVES                                                        INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITY                             EVALUATION
Knowledge:                                   To understand:                                                          Participation in resident lecture series          Monthly evaluations
To acquire a well-rounded and thorough            Special physical, developmental, and psychological                Faculty interaction                               Case logs
knowledge of the essential basic and                  considerations for Gynecological patients                      Independent reading                               Lecture presentation
applied medical sciences that pertains                                                                               Simulation Center activities                       evaluations
to basic gynecology and be able to                                                                                   M&M conferences
apply this knowledge when making a                                                                                   Journal Club
treatment plan.
Patient Care:                                To acquire skills in :                                                  Participation in resident lecture series          Monthly evaluations
To achieve the level of independent               Management of both routine and pathologic                         Simulation center activities                      Case logs
consultant in the domains of gathering                conditions including special techniques such as:               Faculty Modeling                                  Portfolio evaluations
diagnostic information making treatment                      o Pelvic examination                                    Direct patient care                                (including self, patient
plans, providing Gynecologic services                        o Sonohystogram                                                                                             and coworker
                                                             o Ultrasound                                                                                                evaluations)
and procedures in the management of
                                                             o Cystoscopy
common and unique surgical                                   o Hysteroscopy
procedures. To become adept at the                           o IUD placement / removal
preparation and the prevention of                            o Implanon placement / removal
complications for female patients                            o Dilation and curettage
requiring gynecologic services.                              o Contraception counseling / Family planning
                                                             o Pediatric/Adolescent Gynecology


Practice based Learning:                     To be able to define and analyze:                                       Participation in resident lecture series          Monthly evaluations
To analyze one’s own practice                Individual areas of their own practice that need improvement or         M and M conferences                                by elective course
systematically and to be able to retrieve,   can serve as examples for others.                                       Journal Club                                       director
understand and apply scientific              Critique their own practice in light of current scientific and          Simulation Center Activities                      End of year program
                                                                                                                     Faculty Interaction                                evaluation
evidence related to the practice of          biomedical knowledge related to the practice of Gynecology
Gynecologic issues. To be participate in
the learning of fellow Ob/Gyn residents
and other health care professions.
Professionalism:                             To offer residents opportunities in :                                   Faculty modeling                                  Portfolios including
To understand and apply basic                      instruction in biomedical ethics                                 Participation in resident lecture series           patient and co worker
principles of bio medical ethics.                  analysis of their own practice in terms of                       Working with faculty on research projects          evaluations
To introduce areas of academic Ob/Gyn                   professionalism and ethical issues                           Journal club                                      Faculty evaluations
practice including teaching, research,             Teaching medical students
and participation in professional                  Mentoring in research activities


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organizations. To understand the                     Learning the basics of study design and critique
importance of personal responsibility in              scientific literature
completion of paperwork, case-logging,               Introduction to writing scientific literature
maintenance of certification and creation
of a respectful work place.
Effective Communication:                              To be able to discuss issues of informed consent             Faculty Modeling             360 degree
To understand and demonstrate cultural                and operative gynecologic risks and benefits to               Work with interpreters       evaluations by faculty,
differences in age, gender, and authority             patients and/or parents                                                                     fellows, peers,
roles.                                            To coordinate the Gynecologic care with other                                                  patients and their
                                                      specialties such as radiology, medical oncology,                                            families.
To work as an effective and efficient
                                                      interventional radiology, surgery and other specialties.
member of the surgical team                       To communicate and work cooperatively with other
To utilize effective communication tools              health care professionals on the wards, clinics and in
in clinical practice                                  the operating/surgical area. The operating room team
                                                      includes, nurses, surgical and technical assistants,
                                                      anesthesiology and administrative personnel.
Systems based learning:                     To introduce residents to :                                             Faculty modeling            Monthly resident
To understand how the practice of                 Types of Gynecology delivery systems                             Grand Rounds lectures        evaluations by Res.
Gynecology is part of a larger content of         Methods of cost analysis and cost containment                                                  Director
health care organization and delivery.            Quality assurance and continuous quality                                                      Monthly and end of
                                                      improvement techniques in the practice of gynecology                                        year residency
relevant to related medical specialist
                                                                                                                                                  program evaluation
training that enhances the knowledge of                                                                                                          Portfolio evaluations
Gynecology practice




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OB Day & Night Float Rotation-
GOALS                                               OBJECTIVES                                                         INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIY           EVALUATION
Knowledge:                                          To understand:                                                           OR cases                         Monthly evaluations
To acquire a well-rounded and thorough                   Special physical, developmental, and psychological                 Faculty interaction              Case logs
knowledge of the essential basic and applied                 considerations for Obstetric patients                           Independent reading              Lecture presentation
medical sciences that pertains to Obstetrics             To understand special considerations for Obstetrical               OB mini M&M                       evaluations
and be able to apply this knowledge when                     clinics, antepartum admission and Labor & Delivery              M&M conferences                  Nursing staff on L&D
making a treatment plan.                                 To effectively manage and triage patients on a Labor               Journal Club
                                                             and Delivery floor                                              Strip Rounds
                                                                                                                             OB simulation
Patient Care:                                       To acquire skills in :                                                   OR cases                         Monthly evaluations
To achieve the level of independent consultant             Management of both routine and pathologic                        Faculty interaction              Case logs
in the domains of gathering diagnostic                         conditions including special techniques such as:              OB mini M&M                      Portfolio evaluations
information making Obstetrical and Labor &                          o Vaginal deliveries                                     M&M conferences                   (including self, patient and
Delivery plans, providing Obstetrical and Labor                     o Cesarean Sections                                      Journal Club                      coworker evaluations)
                                                                    o Cervical examinations                                  Strip Rounds                     Nursing staff on L&D
& Delivery services and procedures in the
                                                                    o Evaluation for rupture of membranes                    OB simulation
management of common and unique surgical                            o Evaluation for medical complications or                Multidisciplinary rounds
procedures. To become adept at the                                         pregnancy, including hypertensive
preparation and the prevention of                                          disorders and endocrine disorders such as
complications for Obstetrical and Labor &                                  diabetes
Delivery patients requiring Obstetrical and                         o Evaluation of decreased fetal movement
                                                                    o External Cephalic Version
Labor & Delivery services.
                                                                    o Management of Obstetric Emergencies
                                                                    o Management of postpartum hemorrhage.
Practice based Learning:                            To be able to define and analyze:                                        Faculty interaction              Monthly evaluations by
To analyze one’s own practice systematically        Individual areas of their own practice that need improvement             OB mini M&M                       elective course director
and to be able to retrieve, understand and          or can serve as examples for others.                                     M&M conferences                  End of year program
apply scientific evidence related to the practice   Critique their own practice in light of current scientific and           Journal Club                      evaluation
of Obstetric issues. To be participate in the       biomedical knowledge related to the practice of Ob/Gyn                   Strip Rounds
learning of fellow Ob/Gyn residents and other                                                                                OB simulation
                                                                                                                             Multidisciplinary rounds
health care professions.
Professionalism:                                    To offer residents opportunities in :                                    Faculty interaction              Portfolios including patient
To understand and apply basic principles of               instruction in biomedical ethics                                  Multidisciplinary rounds          and co worker evaluations
bio medical ethics.                                       analysis of their own practice in terms of                                                          Faculty evaluations
To introduce areas of academic Ob/Gyn                          professionalism and ethical issues                                                              Nursing staff on L&D
practice including teaching, research, and                Teaching medical students
participation in professional organizations. To           Learning the basics of study design and critique
                                                               scientific literature
understand the importance of personal

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responsibility in completion of paperwork,                 Introduction to writing scientific literature
case-logging, maintenance of certification and
creation of a respectful work place.
Effective Communication:                                    To be able to discuss issues of informed consent         Faculty interaction            360 degree evaluations by
To understand and demonstrate cultural                       and operative obstetrical risks and benefits to          Multidisciplinary rounds       faculty, fellows, peers,
differences in age, gender, and authority roles.             patients and/or parents                                                                  patients and their families.
To work as an effective and efficient member             To coordinate the obstetrical care with other                                              Nursing staff on L&D
                                                             specialties such as radiology, medical oncology,
of the surgical team
                                                             interventional radiology, surgery and other
To utilize effective communication tools in                  specialties.
clinical practice                                        To communicate and work cooperatively with other
                                                             health care professionals on the wards, clinics and
                                                             in the operating/surgical area. The operating room
                                                             team includes, nurses, surgical and technical
                                                             assistants, anesthesiology and administrative
                                                             personnel.
Systems based learning:                            To introduce residents to :                                        Faculty interaction           Monthly resident evaluations
To understand how the practice of Ob/Gyn is              Types of Ob/Gyn delivery systems                            Multidisciplinary rounds       by Res. Director
part of a larger content of health care                  Methods of cost analysis and cost containment               M&M conferences               Monthly and end of year
organization and delivery. relevant to related           Quality assurance and continuous quality                                                    residency program
                                                             improvement techniques in the practice of Ob/Gyn                                         evaluation
medical specialist training that enhances the
                                                                                                                                                     Portfolio evaluations
knowledge of Ob/Gyn practice
                                                                                                                                                     Nursing staff on L&D




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Gynecologic Oncology Rotation-
GOALS                                        OBJECTIVES                                                       INTSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIY                           EVALUATION
Knowledge:                                   To understand:                                                         OR cases                                          Monthly evaluations
To acquire a well-rounded and thorough            Special physical, developmental, and psychological               Clinic cases                                      Case logs
knowledge of the essential basic and                  considerations for Oncology patients                          Faculty interaction                               Lecture presentation
applied medical sciences that pertains to         To understand special considerations for                         Chairman’s rounds                                  evaluations
Gynecology Oncology and be able to                    Gynecologic Oncology patients                                 Tumor Board
apply this knowledge when making a                                                                                  Independent reading
                                                                                                                    M&M conferences
treatment plan.
                                                                                                                    Journal Club

Patient Care:                                To acquire skills in :                                                 OR cases                                          Monthly evaluations
To achieve the level of independent               Management of both routine and pathologic                        Clinic cases                                      Case logs
consultant in the domains of gathering                conditions including special techniques such as:              Faculty interaction                               Portfolio evaluations
diagnostic information making                                o Colposcopy +/- biopsies                              M&M conferences                                    (including self, patient
gynecologic oncology plans, providing                        o Endometrial Biopsy                                   Tumor Board                                        and coworker
                                                             o LEEP and Cone biopsy procedures                      Simulation Center Training                         evaluations)
gynecologic oncology services and
                                                             o Pap smears and pelvic examination
procedures in the management of                              o General floor patient care
common and unique surgical procedures.                       o Evaluation chemotherapy patients
To become adept at the preparation and                       o Management of surgical emergencies
the prevention of complications for
Gynecologic Oncology patients requiring
Gyn-Onc services.
Practice based Learning:                     To be able to define and analyze:                                      Chairman’s rounds                                 Monthly evaluations
To analyze one’s own practice                Individual areas of their own practice that need improvement           M&M conferences                                    by elective course
systematically and to be able to retrieve,   or can serve as examples for others.                                   Journal Club                                       director
understand and apply scientific evidence     Critique their own practice in light of current scientific and         Tumor Board                                       End of year program
                                                                                                                    Faculty Interaction                                evaluation
related to the practice of Gynecologic       biomedical knowledge related to the practice of Ob/Gyn
Oncology issues. To be participate in the
learning of fellow Ob/Gyn residents and
other health care professions.
Professionalism:                             To offer residents opportunities in :                                  Chairman’s rounds                                 Portfolios including
To understand and apply basic principles           instruction in biomedical ethics                                M&M conferences                                    patient and co worker
of bio medical ethics.                             analysis of their own practice in terms of                      Journal Club                                       evaluations
To introduce areas of academic Ob/Gyn                   professionalism and ethical issues                          Tumor Board                                       Faculty evaluations
practice including teaching, research, and         Teaching other trainees                                         Faculty Interaction
participation in professional                      Mentoring in research activities                                Working with faculty on research projects


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organizations. To understand the                      Learning the basics of study design and critique
importance of personal responsibility in               scientific literature
completion of paperwork, case-logging,                Introduction to writing scientific literature
maintenance of certification and creation
of a respectful work place.
Effective Communication:                               To be able to discuss issues of informed consent         Modeling by faculty          360 degree
To understand and demonstrate cultural                  and operative Ob/Gyn risks and benefits to patients      Work with interpreters       evaluations by faculty,
differences in age, gender, and authority               and/or parents                                           OR cases                     fellows, peers,
roles.                                              To coordinate the Gyn-Oncology care with other              Clinic Cases                 patients and their
                                                        specialties such as radiology, medical oncology,                                       families.
To work as an effective and efficient
                                                        interventional radiology, surgery and other
member of the surgical team                             specialties.
To utilize effective communication tools in         To communicate and work cooperatively with other
clinical practice                                       health care professionals on the wards, clinics and
                                                        in the operating/surgical area. The operating room
                                                        team includes, nurses, surgical and technical
                                                        assistants, anesthesiology and administrative
                                                        personnel.
Systems based learning:                       To introduce residents to :                                        Chairman’s rounds           Monthly resident
To understand how the practice of                   Types of Ob/Gyn delivery systems                            M&M conferences              evaluations by Res.
Ob/Gyn is part of a larger content of               Methods of cost analysis and cost containment               Journal Club                 Director
health care organization and delivery.              Quality assurance and continuous quality                    Tumor Board                 Monthly and end of
                                                        improvement techniques in the practice of Ob/Gyn         Faculty Interaction          year residency
relevant to related medical specialist
                                                                                                                                               program evaluation
training that enhances the knowledge of
                                                                                                                                              Portfolio evaluations
Ob/Gyn practice




PGY1 G&Obj 12-13
Ultrasound/REI Rotation-
GOALS                                        OBJECTIVES                                                          INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIY                            EVALUATION
Knowledge:                                   To understand:                                                            Clinic Cases with abdominal and vaginal           Monthly evaluations
To acquire a well-rounded and thorough            The physics of medical ultrasound                                    ultrasound                                        Case logs
knowledge of the essential basic and              Special physical, developmental, and psychological                  Strip Rounds                                      Lecture
applied medical sciences that pertains to             considerations for ultrasound use in obstetrical and             Faculty interaction                                presentation
ultrasound use Obstetrics and                         REI patients                                                     Formal Lectures                                    evaluations
                                                  Special considerations for appropriate use of                       Independent reading
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
                                                      ultrasound for obstetrical and REI patients                      OB Journal Club
and be able to apply this knowledge
when making a treatment plan.
Patient Care:                                To acquire skills in :                                                    Clinic Cases with abdominal and vaginal           Monthly evaluations
To achieve the level of independent               Management of both routine and pathologic                            ultrasound                                        Case logs
consultant in the domains of gathering                conditions including special techniques such as:                 Strip Rounds                                      Portfolio evaluations
diagnostic information making obstetrical                    o Vaginal and trans-abdominal US                          Faculty interaction                                (including self,
and REI plans, providing obstetrical and                     o Pelvic examination                                      Formal Lectures                                    patient and
                                                             o Intrauterine insemination                               Simulation center activities                       coworker
REI services and procedures in the                                                                                                                                         evaluations)
                                                             o Oocyte retrieval                                        OB Journal Club
management of common and unique                              o Fertility counseling
surgical procedures. To become adept at                      o Management of PCOS
the preparation and the prevention of                        o Routine obstetrical ultrasound including
complications for obstetrical and REI                               Biometry, anatomic evaluation, biophysical
patients requiring obstetrical and REI                              profile and umbilical artery Doppler
services.                                                           evaluation

Practice based Learning:                     To be able to define and analyze:                                         Formal Lectures                                   Monthly evaluations
To analyze one’s own practice                Individual areas of their own practice that need improvement              OB Journal Club                                    by elective course
systematically and to be able to retrieve,   or can serve as examples for others.                                      Strip rounds                                       director
understand and apply scientific evidence     Critique their own practice in light of current scientific and            Faculty Interaction                               End of year
                                                                                                                                                                           program evaluation
related to the practice of Abdominal and     biomedical knowledge related to the practice of Ob/Gyn
Vaginal Ultrasound. To be participate in
the learning of fellow Ob/Gyn residents
and other health care professions.

Professionalism:                             To offer residents opportunities in :                                     Formal Lectures                                   Portfolios including
To understand and apply basic principles           instruction in biomedical ethics                                   Working with faculty on research projects          patient and co
of bio medical ethics.                             analysis of their own practice in terms of                         OB Journal club                                    worker evaluations
To introduce areas of academic Ob/Gyn                   professionalism and ethical issues                                                                                Faculty evaluations
                                                   Teaching other trainees

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practice including teaching, research, and            Mentoring in research activities
participation in professional                         Learning the basics of study design and critique
organizations. To understand the                       scientific literature
importance of personal responsibility in              Introduction to writing scientific literature
completion of paperwork, case-logging,
maintenance of certification and creation
of a respectful work place.
Effective Communication:                               To be able to discuss issues of informed consent         Modeling by faculty          360 degree
To understand and demonstrate cultural                  and operative REI procedures risks and benefits to       Work with interpreters       evaluations by
differences in age, gender, and authority               patients and/or parents                                                                faculty, fellows,
roles.                                              To communicate and work cooperatively with other                                          peers, patients and
                                                        health care professionals on the wards, clinics and                                    their families.
To work as an effective and efficient
                                                        in the operating/surgical area. The operating room
member of the surgical team                             team includes, nurses, surgical and technical
To utilize effective communication tools in             assistants, anesthesiology and administrative
clinical practice                                       personnel.
                                                    To be able to communicate risks benefits and
                                                        alternatives to pre-natal screening procedures and
                                                        incorporation of obstetrical ultrasound in these
                                                        procedures.
Systems based learning:                       To introduce residents to :                                        Journal Club                Monthly resident
To understand how the practice of                   Types of Ob/Gyn delivery systems                            Formal lectures              evaluations by Res.
Ob/Gyn is part of a larger content of               Methods of cost analysis and cost containment                                             Director
health care organization and delivery.              Quality assurance and continuous quality                                                 Monthly and end of
                                                        improvement techniques in the practice of Ob/Gyn                                       year residency
relevant to related medical specialist
                                                                                                                                               program evaluation
training that enhances the knowledge of                                                                                                       Portfolio evaluations
Ob/Gyn practice




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