Clinical Care in Low-Resource Settings: Preparing Providers and Fostering Leaders
The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) has designed this multi-media, case-based curriculum to prepare clinician learners to work in under-resourced settings with appropriate preparation for the clinical challenges facing the facility and the socioeconomic and cultural challenges underlying the patient’s experience. Support for this project was made possible by the APGO Medical Education Endowment Fund Grant Program.
Educational Series on Women’s Health Issues
Online access to our Educational Series on Women’s Health Issues is part of our continuing commitment to expand the body of knowledge to educators, and preventive and primary health care providers. The online modules in the series include monograph and lecture presentations, case studies, downloadable PowerPoint slides with complete notes and references, and self-running presentations with audio and video components. Access to these modules is free to APGO members and can be access by non-members through a subscription.
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Global Women’s Health Medical Trainee Objectives
In 2014, APGO established a global health task force under the leadership of then President Amy “Meg” Autry, MD and Susan Raine, MD, JD. This task force was combined with APGO’s Diversity and Inclusion task force in 2016.
Given the ever-increasing interest in global health and participation in global health experiences by learners, the task force established a definition of global women’s health and created competency based objectives for global women’s health, both domestically and internationally. Feel free to use these objectives for your students or learners and adapt them for your institution or situation.
These objectives were created by members of the task force:
Grant for International Ob-Gyn Educators to Attend the 2021 APGO Martin L. Stone, MD, Faculty Development Seminar
As part of APGO’s commitment to actively engage international ob-gyn educators, the APGO Grant for International Ob-Gyn Educators enables international attendees to participate in the APGO Martin L. Stone, MD, Faculty Development Seminar (FDS). This meeting provides an excellent opportunity for physician educators who teach medical students and residents to improve their teaching skills and learn best practices. A stipend of up to $5,000 is paid to the sponsoring member department to help defray the awardee’s costs associated with this grant.
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