This rotation is not accepting international students
Course Description: The student will be expected to work very closely with those faculty members involved in the care of high-risk obstetrics. The student will be expected to attend the high-risk antepartum clinic, as well as to be present at all high-risk deliveries and attend antepartum rounds on the obstetrics floor with the staff and residents. The student will attend the care of the private patients with the attending staff on two or three occasions, to observe how high-risk obstetrics is practiced in the private setting, and to be able to diagnose, evaluate and properly manage the ambulatory high-risk obstetric patient. In addition, he/she will be expected to read the OCT's and NST's performed on the ward each day and review them with the appropriate faculty member at the end of each working day. The student will also be responsible for those patients admitted as antepartum patients on the ward and be ready to present them on daily rounds.
Department: Obstetrics & Gynecology
Prerequisites: UC Irvine students must have successfully completed their basic science curriculum and the Ob/Gyn Core Clerkship. Extramural students must be in the final year of undergraduate medical education.
Restrictions: Students that are pursuing an Ob/Gyn residency are accepted for the period September-February. All other students are considered for the period March - August. This rotation is not accepting international students
Elective Director: Jennifer McNulty, M.D. UC Irvine Medical Center, Department of Ob/Gyn, 101 The City Drive South, Building 56, Suite 800, Orange, CA 92868 (714) 456-5616
Instructing Faculty: Michael Nageotte, M.D., Kathryn Berkowtz, M.D., Jennifer McNulty, M.D., Judith Chung
Course Website: None
Who to Report to on First Day: Natalie Strauss
Location to Report on First Day: Long Beach Memorial Hospital, 2801 Atlantic Avenue, 2nd Floor, Women's Hospital, Perinatal Office (next to labor and delivery) Long Beach, CA 90802
Time to Report on First Day: 8:30 am
Site Coordinator: Glenda Arciniega, UC Irvine Medical Center, Department of Ob/Gyn, 101 The City Drive South, Building 56, Suite 800, Orange, CA 92868 (714) 456-6707 email@example.com
Site: Long Beach Memorial Hospital
Periods Available: Throughout the year. Students that are pursuing an Ob/Gyn residency are accepted for the period September-February. All other students are considered for the period March - August.
Duration: 2 to 4 weeks
Number of Students: 1
Scheduling Coordinator: UC Irvine students please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (714) 456-5176 to make a scheduling appointment. Please read the following information carefully. Any student enrolled at a U.S. LCME medical school will use VSAS to apply. To apply please refer to this website http://www.aamc.org/programs/vsas/
Course Objectives: At the end of this rotations, the student will be ...
Attitudes and Commitments:
Educational Activities: Round with High Risk Team Faculty, participate in grand rounds, lectures and Gyn teaching rounds.
What Students Should do to Prepare for the Rotation: Focused reading in high risk obstetrics
Clinical Responsibilities of the Student: Round with High Risk Team Faculty Clinics in High Risk Obstetrics, ultrasound evaluation.
Patient Care Responsibilities: Evaluation and management with High Risk Team
Call Schedule of the Student: Voluntary
Procedures to be learned by the Student: Participate and assist in deliveries
Percentage of Time Student will Participate in Ambulatory Setting: 40%
Conference/Lecture/Small Group Sessions: There are no standardized instructional material for this course, however, the student will participate in grand rounds, lectures and Gyn teaching rounds.
Course Hours Weekly Summary: Not stated
Content Theme Integration:
Official Grading Policy: The student will be graded with Honors/Pass/Fail. The student's final grade will be submitted on the standard UC Irvine elective form. The student will be evaluated by attendings and residents in the areas of clinical performance, reliability, evidence of initiative, general fund of knowledge, and ability to relate to patients, staff and colleagues. If the student fails the elective a grade of "F" will be permanently recorded on his/her transcript. The student can repeat the course for a second grade, however, the "F" will not be removed from the transcript.