OBS&GYN 699 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-12 credits.

Directed study projects as arranged with faculty member.

OBS&GYN/​POP HLTH  807 — REPRODUCTIVE AND PERINATAL EPIDEMIOLOGY

2 credits.

The course provides students with an overview of the current knowledge and research in reproductive and perinatal epidemiology. Through reading of the primary and secondary literature, students examine issues related to topics such as fertility, preconception health, and perinatal outcomes including maternal morbidity and mortality, pregnancy loss, and infant outcomes. Current evidence-based strategies designed to improve reproductive and perinatal outcomes are reviewed. Long-term health implications of pregnancy and infant health are considered. The classes will be structured to include faculty-led lectures, discussions with guest faculty, and student-led discussions.

OBS&GYN 812 — THIRD YEAR OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

1-6 credits.

OBS&GYN 875 — SPECIAL TOPICS

2 credits.

The course aims to provide timely reviews or updates of significant methodologies or advances in reproductive biology (including that of non-human vertebrates). g. M.D., D.V.M., etc) cons inst

OBS&GYN 910 — INDEPENDENT READING AND RESEARCH FOR FOURTH YEAR MEDICAL STUDENTS

1-16 credits.

OBS&GYN 919 — INDIVIDUALIZED FOURTH YEAR CLINICAL CLERKSHIP

1-12 credits.

Individually arranged fourth year clinical clerkships. (Student must have Fourth Year Committee approval to count for fourth year credit.)

OBS&GYN 921 — GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY CLERKSHIP-CSC

2-12 credits.

OBS&GYN 922 — INPATIENT-OUTPATIENT EXPERIENCE CLERKSHIP-MARSHFIELD

2-12 credits.

OBS&GYN 924 — REPRODUCTIVE MEDICINE CLERKSHIP-CSC

2-12 credits.

OBS&GYN 925 — HIGH RISK OBSTETRICS CLERKSHIP-MERITER

2-12 credits.

OBS&GYN 927 — OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY INPATIENT CLERKSHIP-LA CROSSE

1-12 credits.

Clinical elective for fourth year medical students.

OBS&GYN 928 — OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY OUTPATIENT CLERKSHIP-LA CROSSE

2-12 credits.

Clinical elective for fourth year medical students.

OBS&GYN 931 — WOMEN'S REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

2-4 credits.

This elective will provide outpatient clinical experiences in family planning, pregnancy counseling (including adoption), abortion services (optional), routine gynecologic care, STD screening/treatment, prenatal diagnosis and counseling, prenatal care, infertility, sexual assault services and adolescent gynecology.

OBS&GYN 932 — BENIGN GYNECOLOGY & UROGYNECOLOGY ELECTIVE

4 credits.

This elective will provide medical students with an in-depth exposure to office and surgical benign gynecology and urogynecology in the hospital and clinic-based settings. The student will work under the direct supervision of a senior resident and the gynecology and urogynecology faculty. This rotation will provide the student with the opportunity to function at the intern level and play an active role in the pre-operative, intra-operative, and postoperative management of benign gynecological and urogynecological patients.

OBS&GYN 933 — BENIGN GYNECOLOGY ELECTIVE

4 credits.

The Benign Gynecology elective will provide medical students with an in-depth exposure to benign gynecology and gynecologic surgery in children, adolescents, and adult female patients in the hospital and clinic-based settings. The student will work under the direct supervision of a senior resident and the gynecology faculty. This rotation will provide the student with the opportunity to function at the intern level and play an active role in the pre-operative, intra-operative, and postoperative management of benign gynecological patients.

OBS&GYN/​AN SCI/​ZOOLOGY  954 — SEMINAR IN ENDOCRINOLOGY-REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY

1 credit.

OBS&GYN 955 — RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH FOR BIOMEDICAL GRADUATE STUDENTS

2 credits.

Meets the NIH Institutional Training Grant requirements of instruction in the nine recommended areas of conflict of interest - personal, professional, and financial; policies regarding human subjects, live vertebrate animal subjects in research, and safe laboratory practices; mentor/mentee responsibilities and relationships; collaborative research including collaborations with industry; peer review; data acquisition and laboratory tools; management, sharing and ownership; research misconduct and policies for handling misconduct; responsible authorship and publication; the scientist as a responsible member of society, contemporary ethical issues in biomedical research, and the environmental and societal impacts of scientific research for MS and PHD graduate students in the Biological Sciences. Weekly lectures will be followed by small group discussion of reading assignments of case studies. Invited guest speakers and faculty will be the primary source of instruction for the first hour of the course.

OBS&GYN 956 — ADVANCED RESPONSIBLE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH FOR BIOMEDICAL STUDENTS

1 credit.

Follows course OBGYN 955 (for 1st year Graduate Trainees) to meets the NIH Institutional Training Grant requirements of repeat/further instruction in the nine recommended areas (1) conflict of interest - personal, professional, and financial; (2) policies regarding human subjects, live vertebrate animal subjects in research, and safe laboratory practices; (3) mentor/mentee responsibilities and relationships; (4) collaborative research including collaborations with industry; (5) peer review; (6) data acquisition and laboratory tools, and management, sharing and ownership; (7) research misconduct and policies for handling misconduct; (8) responsible authorship and publication; (9) the scientist as a responsible member of society, contemporary ethical issues in biomedical research, and the environmental and societal impacts of scientific research. OBGYN 955 provides first year biomedical graduate students with an introductory overview of these topics. OBGYN 956 is designed to provide advanced consideration of these topics to our more experienced students, and to illustrate how to *implement* these responsible conduct and ethical considerations into actual grant- and career-related documents. The course format typically includes lectures by invited guest speakers and faculty, followed by small group discussion of reading assignments of case studies.

OBS&GYN 990 — RESEARCH

1-10 credits.