Maternal Fetal Medicine Elective
Preceptor: Young Mi Lee, M.D.
Course Code: 07-04
Contact: Angela Sarkisyan, email@example.com
Prerequisites: Clerkship in OB/GYN
This elective includes antepartum and intrapartum diagnosis of maternal and fetal conditions in high risk pregnancy, electronic monitoring of mother and fetus in labor and intensive care of the parturient and neonate. Experience will be gained in the high risk clinic, labor and delivery and the newborn nurseries at Bellevue Hospital. Weekly conferences are held in Perinatal Medicine, Obstetrics, and Current Research respectively. Prenatal diagnosis, Ultrasonography, Amniocentesis and Fetal Monitoring techniques are emphasized. The student works directly with the house staff and fellows in Maternal-Fetal Medicine.
Objectives of the Elective
The student will understand the principles of prenatal diagnosis and care of high risk gravidas.
Key Responsibilities of the Student While on Elective
- Attendance at all conferences, lectures and consultations by the High Risk Service.
- Attendance at the High Risk Clinics and Prenatal Diagnostic Unit.
- Scrub on all complex cases.
- Night call on Labor & Delivery is available.
- PowerPoint presentation at Division Meeting.
- Keep a log of all patients seen in the rotation.
|Bedside||Rounds with MFM Attending, Fellow and Residents|
|Morning Report in L&D, MFM fellows didactic lecture, Multi-disciplinary High Risk Clinic meeting followed High Risk Clinic in the afternoon
Resident Clinical Case Presentations
|M&M Conference, followed then by ultrasound, clinic or L&D coverage
|Wednesday, 8am||High Risk Clinic|
|Thursday, 7am||Morning Report in L&D, High Risk Clinic followed by Ultrasound or L&D coverage in the afternoon|
|Friday, 7am||Morning Report in L&D, OB Journal Club, followed then by ultrasound, clinic or L&D coverage|
|AM||MFM lecture||BH Conf||Grand Rounds||BH HRC||OB Journal Club|
|AM||HRC meeting||L&D||BH HRC Clinic||None||L&D|
|AM||Resident Clinical Case Presentations||Ultrasound||None||None||None|
|PM||Gouv HRC||Clinic||BH HRC||Ultrasound||Ultrasound|
|PM||Gouv HRC||Clinic||BH HRC||L&D||Ultrasound|
Method of Evaluation
Fellows and Attendings evaluate the student. No exam is given, but the overall grade is given as a pass/fail, based on clinical performance and presentation at the Division Meeting. Home school evaluation forms are submitted to the course preceptor.
Months Offered: Aug-Nov, Jan-Feb
Report to: Program Coordinator will provide scheduling details at least two weeks prior to the start of the elective.
Students per Period: 1
Duration: 4 weeks
Note: For this specific elective, visiting student applications will be processed through AAMC’s Visiting Student Learning Opportunities (VSLO) program. The VSLO Application Service (aka VSAS) enables students to browse and apply for this elective.