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Question Banks and Procedural Videos
Exam Master This link opens in a new window
Create a custom quiz bank to review obstetrics and gynecology questions and cases in Exam Master.
"Create Exams" > "Clinical Sciences" > "Gynecology and Obstetrics"
AccessMedicine This link opens in a new window
Procedural videos on essential procedures in obstetrics and gynecology are available under the "Multimedia" tab of Access Medicine.
Case Files: Obstetrics and Gynecology
AccessMedicine offers case files relevant to Obstetrics and Gynecology for you to review and address. You will need to create a free MyAccess account.
Williams Obstetrics Review Questions
Access Medicine offers 2176 questions for self-study and review of the material in Williams Obstetrics. You will need to create a free MyAccess account.
Evidence-Based Practice and Systematic Reviews
Cochrane Collaboration's Fertility Regulation Group
The Fertility Regulation Group addresses the process by which people regulate their fertility, family size and spacing of births. The focus of these Cochrane Reviews is contraception and abortion.
Systematic Review LibGuide
This guide includes information and tools for developing a comprehensive search and high-quality protocol for systematic reviews and meta-analysis.
ACOG Practice Bulletin: RSS Feed
There are many useful mobile resources available to health professionals. As a medical specialty, Obstetrics and Gynecology has a host of apps to teach and assist students, residents, and healthcare professionals in the field.
External reviews from medical professionals on their usefulness and application are linked via the Green Check icon. For other OB/GYN app recommendations, check out these articles from imedicalapps.com. For other apps related to the medical field, please see our Mobile Resources for Health guide.
The Preconception Care mobile app was developed by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and provides healthcare team members with information that supports the integration of preconception care into comprehensive primary care, thereby optimizing the health of women and their children.
American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)
This app created by ACOG aims to help OB/GYN healthcare providers stay up-to-date in their field with authoritative information from leading experts. The app includes clinical guidelines, patient education materials, immunization charts, as well as publications and events from ACOG itself.
Medrills: Obstetrical Emergencies
This app is designed to provide training and self-testing for medical students, residents and those who want to review obstetrical emergencies. Users learn how to assess for and treat breech births, prolapsed cords, and limp presentations. There is also training on emergencies involving the mother, such as excessive bleeding, trauma in pregnancy, and eclampsia.
Pregnancy A to Z
For patient education, there are also apps that providers can recommend for their patients. This comprehensive set of pregnancy tools makes it easy to track pregnancy (including manage appointments and track health stats), learn more through patient education fact sheets, and keep track of provider's notes.
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