|UCH ONC||Rose A*||UCH GYN/Urogyn|
|UCH Night||DH Clinics*||DH GYN|
|UCH OB Days||Rose B*||DH OB Days|
|DH OB Nights||Jeopardy||UCH ONC|
|Rose*||DH GYN||UCH AP|
|UCH MIGS*||UCH GYN/Urogyn||DH Clinics*|
|UCH REI/PAG*||Rose A||Rose B|
|DH OB Days||UCH GYN Sub*||UCH Nights|
|Elective*||UCH GYN/Urogyn||DH OB Nights|
|DH GYN||UCH OB Days||DH Clinics A*|
|DH PP||UCH ONC||UCH FP*||UCH Nights|
|UCH GYN/Urogyn||DH Clinics B||UCH PP*|
*indicates rotation with vacation
One resident per academic year will have the opportunity to pursue a global health elective in the southwest Trifinio region of rural Guatemala, an area proximate to the Mexican border. For more information about the site and the program itself, please visit the CU Center for Global Health website. The elective is supervised by Margo Harrison MD, MPH, FACOG, and is focused on global health research. Residents will have the opportunity to analyze data collected in the community and pursue publication of their work. They will also be involved in education of the local nurse teams and have the opportunity to teach clinical skills, as well as provide care. We look forward to having residents learn about another culture and strengthen our sustainable relationship with women and children who live in the Southwest Trifinio.
Starting in intern year, residents have great experiences in family planning. This program is a Ryan Program and residents truly benefit from the opportunities that this provides.
Whether residents choose to participate fully in abortion care, opt out, or anywhere in between, the training is outstanding and residents have abundant access to training in contraception and abortion care.