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Preparing for the Ob/Gyn Exam

Posted October 18, 2013 by admin

It takes years of study and residencies to prepare for the OB/GYN exam. The American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ABOG) only offers the exam once a year, on the first Monday in June. Do you want to spend another year studying? Or do you want to pass it the first time? Refresh yourself on those years of preparation with Perinatal Resources. The OB/GYN exam consists of two parts: a written exam, and an oral exam. These both generally cover Continue reading…

Topics of the Columbus Comprehensive Review

Posted September 16, 2013 by admin

Soon, 300 obstetricians and gynecologists from across the country will settle in to Columbus for the comprehensive review conference. Ob/gyn physicians seeking up-to-date information, continuing their education, or looking to network with other professionals will use the Columbus comprehensive review to fulfill that need. Topics from across the spectrum of ob/gyn care will be presented and discussed. Each day will have a different focus, with up to ten classes scheduled within a focus. We begin with the broad and get Continue reading…