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Carl V. Smith, M.D., Chair, UT 5248H
Contact Faculty:  Karen Carlson, M.D.
Undergraduate Coordinator, Katherine Williams, UT 4105, 402-559-8133

OBGY 710 ADV OUTPATIENT CLRKSHP 4 Credit Hours

ELECTIVE

General obstetrics and gynecologic clinic experience. Conferences are held with the faculty to discuss special problem areas in obstetrics and gynecology. This elective does not include participation in inpatient activities. Activity-Hours/Week. Rounds-0. Didactic conferences-4. Independent learning-8. Research project-Opportunities available upon request. Outpatient Clinic-24.

Instructor: Dr. Karen Carlson.

Contact: Katherine Williams;kgwilliams; 402-559-8133; UT 4105 (Zip 3255).

Typically Offered: Each four weeks.

Capacity: 1.

Visiting Student Information: This course is NOT available to visiting students.

OBGY 720 ADV INPATIENT OBSTETRI 4 Credit Hours

ELECTIVE

This is a Nebraska Medical Center Hospital inpatient service at an advanced level emphasizing obstetrics, designed to increase individual competence. There is daily participation in staff seminars and teaching activities. The experience includes both hospital and outpatient experiences in both the normal and high-risk obstetrical cases. Call opportunities are available based on the M3 schedule.

Instructor: Dr. Paul Tomich.

Contact: Katherine Williams;kgwilliams; 402-559-8133; UT 4105 (Zip 3255).

Typically Offered: Each four weeks.

Capacity: 1.

Visiting Student Information: Visiting Students are not to contact faculty or clinical departments prior to acceptance through VSAS. Doing so is considered a professional breach and may disqualify the student from being offered a rotation.

OBGY 721 GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY 4 Credit Hours

ELECTIVE

A Nebraska Medical Center Hospital service including both inpatient and outpatient activities. Students will evaluate patients in clinics, assist with operative procedures, and participate in daily rounds on gynecologic oncology patients. Students will also participate in conferences including tumor board and GYN cancer conference, and Pathology conference. A presentation on a relevant topic chosen by the student is required during the rotation, or a case report for publication. Activity-Hours/Week. Rounds-10. Didactic conferences-3. Independent learning-4. Research project-4. Outpatient Clinic-16. Surgery-18.

Instructor: Dr. Steve Remmenga.

Contact: Katherine Williams;kgwilliams; 402-559-8133; UT 4105 (Zip 3255).

Typically Offered: Each four weeks.

Capacity: 1.

Visiting Student Information: Visiting Students are not to contact faculty or clinical departments prior to acceptance through VSAS. Doing so is considered a professional breach and may disqualify the student from being offered a rotation.

OBGY 722 REPROD ENDOCRIN/INFERT 4 Credit Hours

ELECTIVE

Students on this rotation will work mainly at the Heartland Center. This is mainly an outpatient service; however, surgical procedures and hospitalized patients make up a portion of the experience. Students will evaluate patients, assist with operative procedures, participate in hospital rounds as indicated and participate in weekly conferences in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. A presentation on a relevant topic chosen by the student is encouraged during the rotation. Activity-Hours/Week. Rounds-Varies with patient need. Didactic conferences-4. Independent learning-4. Outpatient clinic-24. Surgery-8. Research project-0.

Instructor: Dr. Victoria Maclin.

Contact: Katherine Williams;kgwilliams; 402-559-8133; UT 4105 (Zip 3255).

Typically Offered: Each four weeks.

Capacity: 1. Location: Heartland Center for Reproductive Medicine~7308 S. 142nd St.

Visiting Student Information: This course is NOT available to visiting students.

OBGY 725 MATERNAL FETAL MED 4 Credit Hours

ELECTIVE

A Nebraska Medical Center service including both inpatient and outpatient activities. Students will evaluate patients in clinics, assist in ultrasound evaluation of patients as assigned, assist with operative procedures and participate in daily rounds on the Maternal Fetal Medicine service. Students will also participate in conferences including Perinatal Conference, Grand Rounds and Case Conferences on a weekly basis. A presentation on a relevant topic chosen by the student is encouraged during the rotation. Activity-Hours/Week. Rounds-8-10. Didactic conferences-5. Independent learning-4 to 8. Outpatient clinic-16. Research project-Dependent upon student participation.

Instructor: Dr. Paul Tomich.

Contact: Katherine Williams;kgwilliams; 402-559-8133; UT 4105 (Zip 3255).

Typically Offered: Each four weeks.

Capacity: 1.

Visiting Student Information: Visiting Students are not to contact faculty or clinical departments prior to acceptance through VSAS. Doing so is considered a professional breach and may disqualify the student from being offered a rotation.

OBGY 726 ULTRASOUND 4 Credit Hours

ELECTIVE

An outpatient ultrasound experience working with the sonographers and MFM physicians in the Prenatal Diagnostic Center at the Olson Center for Women's Health. Students will learn basic ultrasound skills which will include hands on scanning including one to two genetic counseling appointments with ultrasound each week. A presentation on an ultrasound topic chosen by the student and presented at Perinatal Conference the third or fourth week of the rotation is encouraged. Activity-Hours/Week. Rounds-0. Didactic conferences-5. Independent learning-12 to 16. Research project-0. Independent patient care-0. Outpatient ultrasound-16 to 24. Surgery-0.

Instructor: Dr. Paul Tomich.

Contact: Katherine Williams;kgwilliams; 402-559-8133; UT 4105 (Zip 3255).

Typically Offered: Each four weeks.

Capacity: 1.

Visiting Student Information: Visiting Students are not to contact faculty or clinical departments prior to acceptance through VSAS. Doing so is considered a professional breach and may disqualify the student from being offered a rotation.

OBGY 760 OFF CAMPUS ELECTIVE 4 Credit Hours

ELECTIVE

Electives in other geographical teaching settings. Sites for training include other University programs, private hospital residency programs or Indian Health Service Hospitals (Phoenix, Arizona; Gallup, New Mexico). An Off-Campus Elective Application form must be submitted for this experience.

Prerequisite:  Off-Campus Approval form completed.

Contact: Katherine Williams;kgwilliams; 402-559-8133; UT 4105 (Zip 3255).

Typically Offered: Each four weeks.

Capacity: Variable. Location: Variable.

Visiting Student Information: This course is NOT available to visiting students.