Resources for Clerkship Coordinators

Medical Education Clerkship Coordinators of Obstetrics and Gynecology (MECCOG) has been recognized by the Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics (APGO) as a committee of the association. All Clerkship Coordinators within an active APGO Member Departments have a free membership in APGO. Please contact the APGO Office if you are a Clerkship Coordinator and do not have access to member resources to find out if your institution has an active membership in APGO. (Non-MDs only)

APGO Meetings
As part of our efforts to further understanding of ob-gyn and women’s health care issues, APGO holds two major educational seminars each year: the APGO Faculty Development Seminar and the CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting. A two day program designed for clerkship coordinators is held during the CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting each year.

uWISE v.3   This student self-assessment exam is available through the Shop by subscription for institutions only
The APGO Undergraduate Web-Based Interactive Self-Evaluation (uWISE) is an interactive self-evaluation program designed to help medical students acquire the necessary basic knowledge in obstetrics and gynecology, regardless of future medical specialty choice.
New! uWISE Admin Handbook
New! PrepforRes Admin Handbook

New! APGO Medical Student Educational Objectives, 11th Edition for Faculty
Now with HSS and EPA mapping, the 11th edition of the APGO Medical Student Educational Objectives (MSOs) outlines the core women’s health knowledge, skills and attitudes that are fundamental to the practice of a general physician and are intended to provide clerkship directors, faculty and students with a resource for curriculum development, teaching and learning.
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*Students have free access to the PDF, Teaching Cases, and Log book through the Student Resources Page.

Ob-Gyn Clerkship: Your Guide to Success
This free PDF was designed to help clerkship students get the most from the ob-gyn clerkship, and includes tips from clerkship directors on what to do — and what not to do — to learn most effectively on the clerkship.