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Operational Obstetrics & Gynecology:

Introduction to operational medicine and women in operational settings.

Medical Support of Women in Military Settings:

Deployment issues and Pre-deployment planning

Sexual Assault:

Dealing with victims of sexual assault.

Breast Problems:

Common breast problems and treatments.

Birth Control Pills:

Management of BCP issues in operational environments is emphasized.


Alternative methods are explored.

Abnormal Bleeding:

Causes and treatments of abnormal bleeding.

Vaginal Itching and Discharge:

Expedient solutions for operational settings are presented.

Vulvar Lesions:

Images of the various vulvar lesions commonly encountered in operational settings.

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV):

This biology of this common virus is examined and various clinical treatments are explored.

Abdominal and Pelvic Pain:

Providing care to women in operational settings who suffer from abdominal or pelvic pain.

Performing a Pap Smear:

Step-by-step description of how to obtain a Pap smear. Includes a video.

Problems with Urination:

The variety of urination problems women may experience.

Normal Pregnancy:

The normal course of pregnancy and common, minor obstetrical problems.

Abnormal Pregnancy:

Significant obstetrical abnormalities during pregnancy.

Normal Labor and Delivery:

Management of the normal laboring patient.

Abnormal Labor and Delivery:

Common problems that may be encountered during labor and delivery.

Care of the Newborn:

Immediate post-delivery care of the newborn infant.

How to Perform a Wet Mount:

Step-by-step instructions on how to actually perform a wet mount and read the results under the microscope. Includes through-the-scope videos.


Questions often asked of students taking the Operational Obstetrics & Gynecology Course.


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