Didactic Conference Schedule

MIGS Didactic Schedule

Description of Conferences:

Gyn Preop Conference 

Mondays, 6:45 am

The gynecology service meets on a weekly basis to discuss the planned surgical procedures for the week. The preoperative evaluation and the indications for all resident patients and all hysterectomies are reviewed. This conference provides the residents and trainees to review the appropriate preoperative evaluation of most gynecologic surgical procedures, to discuss alternative treatment options, and the appropriate informed consent process. This conference is led by the chief resident on the Benign GYN Service and is supervised by the GYN Division Director. All faculty and residents in the department are welcome to attend. The GYN Rounder and OR advanced trainee are expected to attend.

OBGYN Department M&M Conference  

Mondays, 5:00 pm

This department-wide morbidity and mortality conference is presented by the senior resident on each service: Obstetrics, Benign Gynecology (including Urogynecology), GYN Oncology, and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility. Attendance at this conference is required by all faculty and residents and provides 1 CME credit.

MIGS Didactics  

Tuesdays, 8:00 am

The MIGS division will meet weekly for a didactic session to review topics of particular interest to our division. Three sessions each month will be dedicated to review of a clinical topic outlined in the program educational objectives and/or journal club to review published research in our field. One session each month will be dedicated to discussing ongoing or planned research studies, presentations, and manuscripts.  MIGS/CPP faculty and trainees will participate in presenting these didactic sessions.

OBGYN Department Grand Rounds 

Thursdays, 7:30 am

This department-wide Grand Rounds is an excellent source of continuing medical education, covering a wide variety of topics relevant to obstetricians and gynecologists.  Attendance of Grand Rounds is required for all faculty and residents and provides 1 CME credit.