Faridpur Medical College

Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology

The department of obstetrics and gynaecology teachers the students the regarding two subspecialties of obstetrics (covering pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period) and gynaecology (covering the health of the female reproductive system – vagina, uterus, ovaries, and breasts).

Department of Anatomy

Brief Outlook

Departmental Objectives:

At the end of the course of obstetrics & gynaecology the undergraduate medical students will be able to:

  • provide proper care in managing women’s health including  pregnancy,  labour  and puerperium and to ensure maternal and neonatal health and well being and  give  proper 
  • diagnose and manage patients with common obstetrical and gynaecological
  • describe the basic concept of Counselling and counsel the women in the field  of Obstetrics  and
  • refer high risk cases
  • resuscitate new born babies and impart proper
  • initiate & promote infant & young child feeding practices including exclusive breast feeding
  • demonstrate appropriate attitude required to practise obstetrics and
  • demonstrate an understanding about the impact of socio-cultural beliefs and environmental factors on women in pregnancy, labour and puerperium including their overall reproductive health.
  • counsel and motivate women about contraception and family planning, and women’s
  • be acquainted with ongoing programme to reduce maternal mortality &
  • value the ethical issues in obstetrics and

List of Competencies to Acquire:

  • History taking, communication skill, obstetrical examination, gynaecological examination.
  • Diagnosis of common clinical problems
  • Preparation of a patient before anaesthesia
  • Writing a discharge certificate after
    • Normal delivery
    • Caesarean section
    • D & C
    • Evacuation of mole
    • Hysterectomy
  • Care of antenatal patients
  • Care of postnatal patient
    • Appropriate technique of breast feeding including position and
    • Demonstation of complementary feeding- amount, frequency, content of food
  • Management of normal labour
  • 1st stage, 2nd stage & 3rd stage (AMTSL)
  • Skill about Episiotomy
  • PPH management
  • Management of Eclampsia
  • Shock management
  • Writing a BT order
  • Blood transfusion note
  • Insertion of a cannula
  • Catheterization
  • Drawing of blood
  • Hand washing
  • Wearing of gloves
  • Identification of instruments/suture materials
  • Trolly preparation for major & minor surgery

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The Teachers

Head of the department

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Associte professors

Assistant professors

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Lecturers

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The Course Details

Distribution of Teaching - Learning Hours:

Lecture

Tutorial / Demonstration

Integrated

Teaching

Total hours

Clinical

bed side teaching in 3rd & 4th phase

Block

placement

Formative Exam

Summative exam

 

Preparatory leave

Exam time

Preparatory leave

Exam time

 

3rd

Phase

4th

Phase

 

30

hrs

70

hrs

85 hrs

15hrs

200

hrs

16 weeks

(8+8)

4 weeks

15 day

15 day

15

day

30

day

 

(Time for exam. preparatory leave and formative & summative assessment is common for all subjects of the

phase)

 

Teaching - Learning Methods, Teaching Aids and Evaluation:

Teaching Methods

Teaching aids

In course

evaluation

Large

group

Small group

Self

learning

Others

 

Lecture (video presentation)

Bed side teaching, Tutorials

PBL (Problem based learning)

OPD- teaching Teaching in Family planning clinic Demonstration in Operation theatre Demonstration in wards/ skill room (video presentation) Field side teaching

 

Assignment,

Self study

 

Integrated

Laptop, Computer & Multimedia OHP, Transparency & Marker White board & Marker, Black board & chalks, Flip Chart, Slide projector Video, Dummy, Ultrasonography report, X-ray plate, View Box Model, Television, VCR, Cassette, Specimen, Analysis report

·   Item Examination

·   Card final

·   Term

Examination

·   Term     final (written, oral+ practical+clinical)

Final Professional Examination:

Marks distribution of Assessment of Obstetrics & Gynaecology Total marks – 500 (Summative)

  • Written =200 ( Formative =20, MCQ=40, SAQ & SEQ=140)
  • SOE=100
  • Clinical=100
  • Practical=100

Assessment in Obstetrics & Gynaecology:

Components

Marks

Total Marks

WRITTEN EXAMINATION

  

Paper – I –SBA & MCQ

10+10 =20

 

SAQ

35

100

SEQ

35

 

Marks from formative assessment

10

 

Paper – II- SBA & MCQ

10+10 =20

100

SAQ

35

 

SEQ

35

 

Marks from formative assessment

10

 

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION

OSCE / OSPE

 

100

 

CLINICAL EXAMINATION

  

Obs. Case

 

50

100

Gynae. Case

 

50

 
 

ORAL EXAMINATION (Structured)

  

Obs

 

50

100

Gynae

 

50

 

Grand Total

500

  • Pass marks 60 % in each of theoretical, oral and practical
  • There will be separate answer script for MCQ & SBA
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