During the course of residency, Family Medicine residents participating in the obstetrical track will care for normal and high risk obstetrical patients during the antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum periods, obtain OR experience, perform targeted ultrasounds, perform chart reviews, teach during the Mini-ALSO Course and lead Maternity Care Case Conferences. Residents will be expected to perform at least 10 continuity obstetric deliveries including care of the infant. In addition, residents participating in the obstetrical track will spend an additional 4 week block during the PGY 3 year working in the outpatient setting as well as labor and delivery with Family Medicine faculty, obstetric faculty, and nurse midwives to gain additional experience.
Public Health Track
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The Public Health Track provides residents interested in public health careers or concerned about public health issues with focused training in public health research and practice skills within the 3 year residency training. The Public Health Track courses and activities guide residents in developing knowledge, skills, and values regarding:
- Structure and functions of public health systems
- Physician’s role in public health practice
- Evidence based public health planning
- Public health research
Upon successful completion of track requirements, residents will earn a certificate of Public Health. This designation is noted on the residents training record, as well as during the commencement ceremony.