Undergraduate Medical Education
In MBBS programme Obgyn offers:
As a part of university's undergraduate programme curriculum students of year four rotate for a period of eight weeks in labour room, operating rooms, in-patient areas and in Obgyn clinics. Specific course has been designed to facilitate learning of common obstetrics and gynaecological problems seen at tertiary level hospital care.
Students during year three experience the Maternal Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH) clerkship based on eight weeks integrated working in Obgyn and Paediatrics services being provided at primary and secondary level of care. The main aim of this rotation is to sensitize, increase awareness and enhance the skills of undergraduate medical students to community health issues in a low cost, community based, primary health care (PHC) set up geared specifically to care for women and children. In addition to the community exposure they also have structured small group learning through PSIL and tutorials. At the end of eight week there is a joint OSCE and structured viva.
The department also provides a learning opportunity for elective students from all over Pakistan to observe and learn from the expertise available. Read more...
The training is provided in structured format under a residency programme approved by the University's postgraduate education committee and College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan. During their four years of training the residents rotate through different sub-specialties and ambulatory services. They are required to write a dissertation as part of FCPS requirement by CPSP. Read more...
The department offers a Fellowship programme in the following: