When training becomes fun for trainers and trainees: Medical education in obstetrics and gynaecology: an update

  • Training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

    C. BENEDETTO      President of EBCOG

    P. HORNNES      Past-President of EBCOG

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  • Introduction

    Ž. NOVAK ANTOLIČ

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  • Teaching professionalism – Why, What and How

    S. R. CRUESS, R. L. CRUESS

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  • Thank them trainees! TTT workshops have positive influence on trainers

    Ž. NOVAK  ANTOLIČ,  M. LUČOVNIK

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  • Assessment of Ob-Gyn trainee’s competence

    J. MÄKINEN, R. KLAMI, A. PERHEENTUPA

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  • Are you good enough for your patients? The European certification model in laparoscopic surgery

    R. CAMPO, C. R. MOLINAS, R. L. DE WILDE, H. BROLMANN, S. BRUCKER, L. MENCAGLIA, P. ODONOVAN, D. WALLWIENER, A. WATTIEZ

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  • Simulation-based training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

    D. AYRES-DE-CAMPOS

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  • The art of medical education

    F. SCHEELE

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  • Patient safety in training

    N. PATEISKY

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  • Legal aspects of training

    A. WATRELOT

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  • Medical E-learning: practical experiences in Turku

    S. KUITUNEN, J. MÄKINEN, J. MERTSOLA

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  • Is 48 hours enough for Obstetrics and Gynaecology training in Europe?

    K. ROSE, M. VAN DE VENNE, A. J. M. ABAKKE, K. ROMANEK, M. REDECHA

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  • Hospital Visiting: contributing to professional competence

    J. WLADIMIROFF

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  • Dealing With Trainees in Difficulty

    T. MAHMOOD

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  • The Walking Egg Project: an example of medical education and training

    W. OMBELET, R. CAMPO, D. FRANKEN, C. HUYSER, G. NARGUND

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