CoreCases for Ob-Gyn

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CoreCases for Ob-Gyn was developed in conjunction with the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (ACOG) to advance education and training for Ob-Gyn residents.

CoreCases for Ob-GYN addresses the competencies and milestones required for demonstrating resident proficiency at each stage of their learning process.  It consists of a curriculum of 48 patient simulated encounters – 12 for each residency year – that helps programs meet the ACGME requirements for core competencies and milestones. All content is evidenced-based and developed in conjunction with ACOG appointed subject-matter experts.

An advanced educational feature call Virtual Experts provide immediate formative feedback for every choice made within a case to fosters critical decision-making skills.  The Journal club feature allows peer-to-peer discussions and the opportunity for residents and faculty to interact, converse, and improve knowledge.

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Specially designed analytics assess and track residents’ progress and report on their understanding and proficiency. Objective evaluations identify deficiencies, allowing for early and focused remediation. Resident and program performance can be easily accessed and compared.

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Key Components

  • CaseNetwork partnered with ACOG to develop the program
  • Core competencies and required milestones are included in every case to provide resident directors and efficient way to identify areas of resident proficiency and weaknesses needing remediation
  • All content is evidenced-based and peer-reviewed by ACOG appointed subject matter experts
  • Material is presented in a decision-oriented format with immediate formative feedback
  • Medical educators and administrators now have an objective and consistent assessment and reporting tool
  • Gaps in educational experience are covered in the curriculum
  • CREOG scores have gone up significantly since beginning to use CoreCases for several programs, which will be studied and validated over the next year