Recruiting to the OB/GYN Team. Dee E. Fenner, M.D. 2004 APGO President. APGO. JUST ONE MORE STUDENT!!!. Do we have a “problem”. NOT a crisis Maybe not even a problem But certainly a disturbing trend A symptom of the times and our specialty that we must address IT.
Dee E. Fenner, M.D.
2004 APGO President
JUST ONE MORE STUDENT!!!
We areObstetricians and Gynecologists.
We are Women’s Health Care providers.
We are Surgeons.
We are reproductive biologists.
We are high risk pregnancy specialists and gynecologic oncologists.
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79% of the students that choose a surgical specialty do so because of a mentor and faculty influence.
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Question 10 : Do you consider the OB/GYN clerkship to be excellent?
On a 4-point Likert Scale, what were the top programs, as defined by over half of the medical students marking 1.
11/125 US Medical Schools met this criteria
QUALITY TEACHING DOES IMPACT
Surgeons, I have to say honestly, they shred each other to pieces. That was a big turn-off. I can stand sleep deprivation for 10 years, but I can’t stand five minutes with the way they get at each other; to be rude to each other, to be rude to the house officers who couldn’t fight back, and to be rude to the students who couldn’t say anything in defense.
Mutha S. Acad Med 1997;72:635-640.
OB/GYN was not far behind surgery in negative comments!!
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