You are invited to attend the 2018 APGO Martin L. Stone, MD, Faculty Development Seminar “Medical Education Makeover: Cleanse, Repair & Enrich!” January 6-9, 2018, at The Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa in Manalapan, Florida. Interactive workshops and round table discussions presented by national leaders and your peers are engaging, informative and just plain fun. Take a look at the program, register and plan your schedule today! Read more.
UMEC COLUMN: IS CLERKSHIP DIRECTORS’ SCHOOL RIGHT FOR YOU?
By Samantha D. Buery-Joyner, MD, David A. Forstein, DO, Susan Bliss, MD
2016-2018 APGO Undergraduate Medical Education Committee (UMEC)
In this month’s UMEC column, learn more about the Clerkship Directors’ School, offered before the Faculty Development Seminar and the Annual Meeting. Find out the difference between the 101 and 201, and the 301 levels, and who will benefit from the program.
APGO ASL 20th ANNIVERSARY CAMPAIGN
If you’re attending the 2018 APGO Martin L. Stone, MD, Faculty Development Seminar, be sure to sign up for the 5K Suds Run & Walk. This year, the always-popular event will benefit the ASL 20th Anniversary Campaign. Additionally, attendees can donate in memory of Michael Plevyak, MD, who passed away this summer. 5K participants who donate will receive a special race bib with Doctor Plevyak’s name on it for the event. Learn more and register.
PREPARE YOUR GREEN JOURNAL SUBMISSION NOW
Was your oral or poster presentation accepted to the 2018 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting? If so, now is the time to consider writing a full manuscript for publication in the 2018 Obstetrics & Gynecology CREOG & APGO Educational Supplement.
Manuscript submissions for the October 2018 publication will be accepted between February 19 and March 29, 2018. Visit the APGO website for full author instructions and submission guidelines. Read the abstracts and manuscripts published from the 2017 CREOG & APGO Annual Meeting in this year’s Obstetrics & Gynecology supplement.
APGO APPLE TREE BLOG
See what’s new on the Apple Tree Blog:
Inspiration Station: APGO Medical Student Objectives
While the APGO Medical Student Educational Objectives have been around for years, the 10th edition, published in 2014, transformed the resource from a static text to an interactive, online database. In recent years, additional committee-led projects have expanded the Objectives beyond its teacher-focused print version to a multimedia resource for use by both preceptors and learners. Today, the APGO Objectives include a library of animated videos, faculty and student teaching cases, a student logbook and osteopathic objectives related to women’s health, and have come a long way from the original spiral-bound reference book many of us remember. Read more.
FOLLOW THE NEW #APGOADAY SERIES ON TWITTER!
#ICYMI (In case you missed it): We started a new Twitter series called #APGOaDay where we feature an APGO resource, program or fun fact about the organization each day, giving you a daily dose of APGO in 140 characters or less. So, in the few minutes you have to scroll through your Twitter feed, you could discover a life-changing teaching resource, find the perfect APGO program to advance your career or learn something new about us. (Did you know we have an office Pomeranian named Symphony, “Simmy” for short?)
And, as always, we’d love to hear how YOU use our resources. Use the #APGOaDay hashtag to tell us how you used an APGO resource today and we’ll retweet it.
POST A POSITION TO OUR JOB BOARD
Looking for an academic position? Visit APGO’s online Academic Positions Report for open academic ob-gyn positions from around the country. Click here to fill out a vacancy announcement for your department.
Please note: academic posting is a benefit of Department Membership.
DO YOU KNOW ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ZIKA?
Even though mosquito season is coming to an end, you still need to know what to look for and how to manage your patients when it comes to Zika. Check out APGO’s online educational module A Case-Based Series on the Zika Virus: Patient Counseling, Diagnosis, and Management today!
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