The 10th Annual John M. Gibbons, Jr., MD Medical Student Lecture featured advice for medical students about how to succeed in obstetrics and gynecology.
“Ob-gyn as a Career: Residency Training and Dimensions of Practice” took place Sunday afternoon and featured a pair of panel discussions related to this year’s topic.
The three-hour session provided a forum for first-, second-, and third-year medical students to interact with other medical students, ob-gyn residents, subspecialty fellows, faculty, and program directors. IT offered participants insights regarding residency and fellowship training and practice issues related to careers in ob-gyn, providing insights into what it takes to succeed in clerkships, sub-internships, residency selection, and residency interviewing.
The first panel discussion, “Ob-gyn as a Career,” featured Laurie Gregg, MD, University of California at Davis/Sutter Medical Center; Carl “Tony” Dunn, MD, Scott & White Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center; Thomas Gellhaus, MD, University of Iowa Carver School of Medicine; Cole Greves, MD, Orlando Health; Gabe Medrano, MD; University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio; and session co-moderator Patrick S. Ramsey, MD, MSPH.
The second panel discussion, “What it Takes to Secure and Succeed in an Ob-gyn Residency,” included Scott Graziano, MD, Loyola University; Meg O’Reilly, MD, Oregon Health Sciences University; Randal Robinson, MD, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio; Alison Dixon, Loyola University; Micheal Moxley, MD, Virginia Hospital Center; Elizabeth Coviello, DO, Washington Hospital Center/Georgetown University; and session co-moderator Sarah M. Page-Ramsey, MD.