ISIS provides procedural training in OB skills for 4th year medical students as part of the year-end practicum along with a lecture. Students review essential skills learned throughout medical school and clinic based training as they make their transition to residency. The class starts with a short overview of the procedures including an introduction to the anatomy, tools used and techniques, followed by hands on training. Topics include: D&C Workshop, Episiotomy Repair, Knot Tying/Suture Essentials, Laparoscopic Skills, NSVD/IUPC/Fetal Scalp, Pelvic Exam Workshop, Shoulder Dystocia Delivery, Vacuum Extraction Lecture, and Wound Closure.
This course is designed for medical students beginning their OB/ GYN clerkship. The class introduces them to instrumentation, anatomy, terminology and basic techniques and procedures including: Pelvic Exam, Standard Vaginal Delivery, and Episiotomy.
This course demonstrates the proper way to deal with shoulder dystocia during delivery. The class starts with a short overview including a review of the anatomy, tools used and techniques, followed by hands on training with simulators. The class is attended by nurse midwives.
These courses teach emergency patient management skills using a variety of simulation scenarios. These courses combine didactic and simulation training and is designed for OB/GYN residents and fellows. Focus is on correctly assessing the patient’s situation and treating the patient accordingly. Topics include: Disclosure, Breech Birth, Crash C-Section, and Fetal Distress.
This course is designed to evaluate OB/GYN residents on their abilities and skills learned during the OB/GYN Resident Skills Training. Topics include: Episiotomy Repair, Hysteroscopy, Urethral Sling Procedures, and Shoulder Dystocia. Additionally, laparoscopic workstations are set up for a wide variety of general surgical skills.
This course is comprised of a number of procedural and skills based stations. Training topics include: Episiotomy Repair, Hysteroscopy, Urethral Sling Procedures, and Shoulder Dystocia. Additionally, laparoscopic workstations are set up that allow for practice on a wide variety of general surgical skills.