Women's Health Clinical Rotation (PHAS612)
This course is a supervised clinical experience designed to provide the physician assistant student with an opportunity to obtain medical data and formulate and implement a medical diagnosis and treatment plan in a women’s health setting. The purpose of the women’s health rotation is to expose students to a female patients’ reproductive health. This exposure will include, but will not be limited to: acute, chronic and emergent gynecological conditions throughout the various stages of life and reproduction as well as preventative and prenatal care of women. Students may be placed in an outpatient gynecology practice, outpatient obstetrics and gynecology practice with or without inpatient privileges, a primary care outpatient, or a primary care inpatient setting to obtain this exposure. The student must demonstrate clinical competence and pass an end of rotation examination to pass the course.