Hi, colleagues. I'm a preceptor/adjunct prof at a medical school and I am assigned one-on-one to medical students. My student this month wants to be an OB/GYN. I try to tailor my teaching to the student' career interest if they express a clear career direction and try to give them cases and discussion relevant to their chosen specialty. I have a lot of students who want to do IM or FP or Surgery, some psych, but this is one of the few "definitely OB/GYN" students I've had. And OB/GYN is a weak spot for me.
As OB/GYNs, what did you learn on your medical school Pediatrics rotation that you still use in your career? What do you wish you had learned?
Currently, I plan to let her have a birth control talk with a teenage girl if the opportunity comes up and I'm going to try to push as many adolescent girls in her direction as I can. What else do you want me to teach her? I'm going to post this in r/residency, too.
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