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Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
GYNECOLOGY and OBSTETRICSISM6013417Yearly0+160-6
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseEnglish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypePractice
Course CoordinatorProf.Dr. Volkan ÜLKER
Name of Lecturer(s)Prof.Dr. Huriye Ayşe PARLAKGÜMÜŞ, Prof.Dr. Volkan ÜLKER, Assist.Prof. Derya YAŞAR
Assistant(s)
AimTo improve the practical knowledge of 6th grade UTF students in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, obstetrics and gynecology patients at the level of visual and manual dexterity need anamnesis, physical examination, gynecological examination, ultrasonographic examination and other diagnostic imaging methods, diagnosis process, simple clinical applications. to develop on the model and on the patient with respect to ethical values ​​and to explain the curriculum subjects in accordance with the international standards of the medical faculty within the framework of the toric education curriculum in this field.
Course ContentThis course contains; Introduction to Obstetrics and Gynecology ,Pelvic anatomy,Cervical cancer 1-2,Malignant Disorders of the Vulva,Uterine tumors ( benign and malignant) 1-2,Amenore: Ovulation disorders-Hyperandrogenism 1-2,Infertility,Premenstrual Syndrome,Pelvic pain ,Normal labor & delivery,Ovarian tumors ( benign and malignant) 1-2,Gynecologic emergencies- Urogenital system trauma ve bleeding in foreign body ,Menopause & Postmenopause,Assessment of At-Risk Pregnancy,Postpartum Hemorrhage,History taking and gynecologic examination,Vaginal bleeding,Endometriosis,Pelvic infections,Contraception,Obsteteric histery taking and examination,Maternal physiology and normal pregnancy,Prenatal care,Hyperemesis gravidarum,Miscarriage, recurrent miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy 1-2,High risk pregnancy 1-2,Preeclampsia and Eclampsia,Perinatal infections,Systemic dideases of pregnancy,Abnormal progress of labor,Operative delivery,Normal and abnormal puerperium,Normal and abnormal sexual development, congenital genitourinary abnormalities ,Physiology of reproduction and menstruation ,Practice- Education on the models (20 housr),Practice-Education of the cesarean section in the optation room (20 hours),Practice-Education of the normal delivery in the delivery room (20 hours).
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
1-Gynecology and obstetrics patient should know first approach and inspection procedures10, 16, 9A, D, H
2-Be able to recognize and distinguish Gynecology and Obstetrics emergency and be able to manage and direct the appropriate specialist treatment and referral according to the principles of the primary care10, 11, 16, 9A, D
3- Recognize physiological changes and pathological conditions of the normal menstrual cycle and be able to summarize their management10, 16, 9A, D
4- normal grasp and explain abnormal sexual development10, 16, 9A, D
5- normal and abnormal pregnancy should be able to distinguish and understand the importance of follow-up of these pregnancies10, 16, 9A, D, E
6- pregnant women should be able to say the main principles and policies used in the follow-up , should be able to apply them in the primary care level10, 16, 9A, D, E
7- physiology and normal birth should be able to sort out practical steps16, 9A, D
8- risk pregnancy diagnosis, monitoring and treatment criteria should be able to count10, 16, 9A, D
9. Women should know the epidemiology of genital tract cancer9A, D
10. Women should be able to count the genital tract cancer screening method must be able to manage the scan results in the primary care level10, 16, 9A, D
11 - Female genital benign , premalignant and malignant diseases and should be able to know how to treat their approach outlined10, 16, 9A, D
12 - Contraception methods must be able to count on the application and clinical level10, 16, 9A, D
13. Women should be able to count the stages of their lives and properties of this period10, 16, 9A, D
14. Explain the definition of Menopause10, 16, 9A, D
15 - infertile patient should be able to be able to summarize the definition and treatment10, 16, 9A, D
Teaching Methods:10: Discussion Method, 11: Demonstration Method, 16: Question - Answer Technique, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam, D: Oral Exam, E: Homework, H: Performance Task

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Introduction to Obstetrics and Gynecology none
2Pelvic anatomynone
3Cervical cancer 1-2none
4Malignant Disorders of the Vulvanone
5Uterine tumors ( benign and malignant) 1-2none
6Amenore: Ovulation disorders-Hyperandrogenism 1-2none
7Infertilitynone
8Premenstrual Syndromenone
9Pelvic pain none
10Normal labor & deliverynone
11Ovarian tumors ( benign and malignant) 1-2none
12Gynecologic emergencies- Urogenital system trauma ve bleeding in foreign body none
13Menopause & Postmenopausenone
14Assessment of At-Risk Pregnancynone
15Postpartum Hemorrhagenone
16History taking and gynecologic examinationnone
17Vaginal bleedingnone
18Endometriosisnone
19Pelvic infectionsnone
20Contraceptionnone
21Obsteteric histery taking and examinationnone
22Maternal physiology and normal pregnancynone
23Prenatal carenone
24Hyperemesis gravidarumnone
25Miscarriage, recurrent miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy 1-2none
26High risk pregnancy 1-2none
27Preeclampsia and Eclampsianone
28Perinatal infectionsnone
29Systemic dideases of pregnancynone
30Abnormal progress of labornone
31Operative deliverynone
32Normal and abnormal puerperiumnone
33Normal and abnormal sexual development, congenital genitourinary abnormalities none
34Physiology of reproduction and menstruation none
35Practice- Education on the models (20 housr)
36Practice-Education of the cesarean section in the optation room (20 hours)
37Practice-Education of the normal delivery in the delivery room (20 hours)
Resources
1. De Cherney AH, Nathan L, Goldwin TM, Laufer N (eds). CurrentDiagnosis&TreatmentObstetrics& Gynecology;10.Ed., USA, McGraw-HillCompanies, 2007 2. Cunningham FG, Lenevo KJ, Bloom SL, Haulth JC, Gilstrap III LC, Wenstrom KD (eds). Williams Obstetrics; 23. Ed., USA, mCgRAWHillCompanies, 2010 3. Berek JS (ed). Novak’s Gynecology;15. Ed.,Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, 2012 4. Speroff L, Fritz MA (eds). ClinicalGynecologicalEndocrinologyandInfertility; 8.Ed.,Philedalphia, Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, 2013

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
PQ1: Knows the morphological and functional normal and abnormal structure of human body.
2
PQ2: Knows the essential ways of determining the underlying causes of the pathologies with basic scientific approaches and the diagnoses of illnesses and disorders.
3
PQ3: Knows the reasons for illnesses, the ways of protection, and the methods of promotion and improvement of public health.
4
PQ4: Knows the methods of advancing his/her knowledge about health and its practice.
5
PQ5: Accesses, interprets and applies the advanced interdisciplinary information related to health.
6
PQ6: Performs a complete clinical examination of the human body, both morphologically and functionally and defines the problems.
7
PQ7: Interprets examination data for diagnoses, compares with clinical data, and provides solutions.
8
PQ8: Selects and applies appropriate tools for promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
9
PQ9: Plans and conducts an advanced study of health independently.
10
PQ10: Takes responsibility individually and as a team member to solve the problems encountered in the promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
11
PQ11: Takes responsibility for any intervention on the human body for the diagnosis and treatment.
12
PQ12: Determines personal learning requirements and decides and develops a positive lifelong learning attitude.
13
PQ13: Evaluates the information gained in the field of health with a critical approach.
14
PQ14: Informs the patient, the relevant people and institutions, and the public about the health problem and conveys recommendations of solutions in writing and/or verbally.
15
PQ15: Shares their recommendations on promotion and improvement of health with interdisciplinary experts by supporting with data.
16
PQ16: Uses English at least at the General Level of European Language Portfolio B1, follows resources in his/her field and communicates.
17
PQ17: Uses computer software, information, and communication technologies at least at the Advanced Level of European Computer Operating License.
18
PQ18: Acts in accordance with social, scientific, cultural and ethical values in the stages of obtaining, interpreting, applying and announcing the data related to the field of health.
19
PQ19: Develops strategy, policy and implementation plans on health issues and evaluate the results obtained the framework of quality processes.
20
PQ20: Systematically shares his/her works on promoting and improving health with quantitative and qualitative data and interdisciplinary experts.
21
PQ21: Has sufficient awareness on occupational health and safety issues.

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 40
Rate of Final Exam to Success 60
Total 100
ECTS / Workload Table
ActivitiesNumber ofDuration(Hour)Total Workload(Hour)
Course Hours403120
Guided Problem Solving8216
Resolution of Homework Problems and Submission as a Report25375
Term Project000
Presentation of Project / Seminar000
Quiz000
Midterm Exam000
General Exam25250
Performance Task, Maintenance Plan000
Total Workload(Hour)261
Dersin AKTS Kredisi = Toplam İş Yükü (Saat)/30*=(261/30)9
ECTS of the course: 30 hours of work is counted as 1 ECTS credit.

Detail Informations of the Course

Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
GYNECOLOGY and OBSTETRICSISM6013417Yearly0+160-6
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseEnglish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypePractice
Course CoordinatorProf.Dr. Volkan ÜLKER
Name of Lecturer(s)Prof.Dr. Huriye Ayşe PARLAKGÜMÜŞ, Prof.Dr. Volkan ÜLKER, Assist.Prof. Derya YAŞAR
Assistant(s)
AimTo improve the practical knowledge of 6th grade UTF students in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, obstetrics and gynecology patients at the level of visual and manual dexterity need anamnesis, physical examination, gynecological examination, ultrasonographic examination and other diagnostic imaging methods, diagnosis process, simple clinical applications. to develop on the model and on the patient with respect to ethical values ​​and to explain the curriculum subjects in accordance with the international standards of the medical faculty within the framework of the toric education curriculum in this field.
Course ContentThis course contains; Introduction to Obstetrics and Gynecology ,Pelvic anatomy,Cervical cancer 1-2,Malignant Disorders of the Vulva,Uterine tumors ( benign and malignant) 1-2,Amenore: Ovulation disorders-Hyperandrogenism 1-2,Infertility,Premenstrual Syndrome,Pelvic pain ,Normal labor & delivery,Ovarian tumors ( benign and malignant) 1-2,Gynecologic emergencies- Urogenital system trauma ve bleeding in foreign body ,Menopause & Postmenopause,Assessment of At-Risk Pregnancy,Postpartum Hemorrhage,History taking and gynecologic examination,Vaginal bleeding,Endometriosis,Pelvic infections,Contraception,Obsteteric histery taking and examination,Maternal physiology and normal pregnancy,Prenatal care,Hyperemesis gravidarum,Miscarriage, recurrent miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy 1-2,High risk pregnancy 1-2,Preeclampsia and Eclampsia,Perinatal infections,Systemic dideases of pregnancy,Abnormal progress of labor,Operative delivery,Normal and abnormal puerperium,Normal and abnormal sexual development, congenital genitourinary abnormalities ,Physiology of reproduction and menstruation ,Practice- Education on the models (20 housr),Practice-Education of the cesarean section in the optation room (20 hours),Practice-Education of the normal delivery in the delivery room (20 hours).
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
1-Gynecology and obstetrics patient should know first approach and inspection procedures10, 16, 9A, D, H
2-Be able to recognize and distinguish Gynecology and Obstetrics emergency and be able to manage and direct the appropriate specialist treatment and referral according to the principles of the primary care10, 11, 16, 9A, D
3- Recognize physiological changes and pathological conditions of the normal menstrual cycle and be able to summarize their management10, 16, 9A, D
4- normal grasp and explain abnormal sexual development10, 16, 9A, D
5- normal and abnormal pregnancy should be able to distinguish and understand the importance of follow-up of these pregnancies10, 16, 9A, D, E
6- pregnant women should be able to say the main principles and policies used in the follow-up , should be able to apply them in the primary care level10, 16, 9A, D, E
7- physiology and normal birth should be able to sort out practical steps16, 9A, D
8- risk pregnancy diagnosis, monitoring and treatment criteria should be able to count10, 16, 9A, D
9. Women should know the epidemiology of genital tract cancer9A, D
10. Women should be able to count the genital tract cancer screening method must be able to manage the scan results in the primary care level10, 16, 9A, D
11 - Female genital benign , premalignant and malignant diseases and should be able to know how to treat their approach outlined10, 16, 9A, D
12 - Contraception methods must be able to count on the application and clinical level10, 16, 9A, D
13. Women should be able to count the stages of their lives and properties of this period10, 16, 9A, D
14. Explain the definition of Menopause10, 16, 9A, D
15 - infertile patient should be able to be able to summarize the definition and treatment10, 16, 9A, D
Teaching Methods:10: Discussion Method, 11: Demonstration Method, 16: Question - Answer Technique, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam, D: Oral Exam, E: Homework, H: Performance Task

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Introduction to Obstetrics and Gynecology none
2Pelvic anatomynone
3Cervical cancer 1-2none
4Malignant Disorders of the Vulvanone
5Uterine tumors ( benign and malignant) 1-2none
6Amenore: Ovulation disorders-Hyperandrogenism 1-2none
7Infertilitynone
8Premenstrual Syndromenone
9Pelvic pain none
10Normal labor & deliverynone
11Ovarian tumors ( benign and malignant) 1-2none
12Gynecologic emergencies- Urogenital system trauma ve bleeding in foreign body none
13Menopause & Postmenopausenone
14Assessment of At-Risk Pregnancynone
15Postpartum Hemorrhagenone
16History taking and gynecologic examinationnone
17Vaginal bleedingnone
18Endometriosisnone
19Pelvic infectionsnone
20Contraceptionnone
21Obsteteric histery taking and examinationnone
22Maternal physiology and normal pregnancynone
23Prenatal carenone
24Hyperemesis gravidarumnone
25Miscarriage, recurrent miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy 1-2none
26High risk pregnancy 1-2none
27Preeclampsia and Eclampsianone
28Perinatal infectionsnone
29Systemic dideases of pregnancynone
30Abnormal progress of labornone
31Operative deliverynone
32Normal and abnormal puerperiumnone
33Normal and abnormal sexual development, congenital genitourinary abnormalities none
34Physiology of reproduction and menstruation none
35Practice- Education on the models (20 housr)
36Practice-Education of the cesarean section in the optation room (20 hours)
37Practice-Education of the normal delivery in the delivery room (20 hours)
Resources
1. De Cherney AH, Nathan L, Goldwin TM, Laufer N (eds). CurrentDiagnosis&TreatmentObstetrics& Gynecology;10.Ed., USA, McGraw-HillCompanies, 2007 2. Cunningham FG, Lenevo KJ, Bloom SL, Haulth JC, Gilstrap III LC, Wenstrom KD (eds). Williams Obstetrics; 23. Ed., USA, mCgRAWHillCompanies, 2010 3. Berek JS (ed). Novak’s Gynecology;15. Ed.,Philadelphia, Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, 2012 4. Speroff L, Fritz MA (eds). ClinicalGynecologicalEndocrinologyandInfertility; 8.Ed.,Philedalphia, Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, 2013

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
PQ1: Knows the morphological and functional normal and abnormal structure of human body.
2
PQ2: Knows the essential ways of determining the underlying causes of the pathologies with basic scientific approaches and the diagnoses of illnesses and disorders.
3
PQ3: Knows the reasons for illnesses, the ways of protection, and the methods of promotion and improvement of public health.
4
PQ4: Knows the methods of advancing his/her knowledge about health and its practice.
5
PQ5: Accesses, interprets and applies the advanced interdisciplinary information related to health.
6
PQ6: Performs a complete clinical examination of the human body, both morphologically and functionally and defines the problems.
7
PQ7: Interprets examination data for diagnoses, compares with clinical data, and provides solutions.
8
PQ8: Selects and applies appropriate tools for promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
9
PQ9: Plans and conducts an advanced study of health independently.
10
PQ10: Takes responsibility individually and as a team member to solve the problems encountered in the promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
11
PQ11: Takes responsibility for any intervention on the human body for the diagnosis and treatment.
12
PQ12: Determines personal learning requirements and decides and develops a positive lifelong learning attitude.
13
PQ13: Evaluates the information gained in the field of health with a critical approach.
14
PQ14: Informs the patient, the relevant people and institutions, and the public about the health problem and conveys recommendations of solutions in writing and/or verbally.
15
PQ15: Shares their recommendations on promotion and improvement of health with interdisciplinary experts by supporting with data.
16
PQ16: Uses English at least at the General Level of European Language Portfolio B1, follows resources in his/her field and communicates.
17
PQ17: Uses computer software, information, and communication technologies at least at the Advanced Level of European Computer Operating License.
18
PQ18: Acts in accordance with social, scientific, cultural and ethical values in the stages of obtaining, interpreting, applying and announcing the data related to the field of health.
19
PQ19: Develops strategy, policy and implementation plans on health issues and evaluate the results obtained the framework of quality processes.
20
PQ20: Systematically shares his/her works on promoting and improving health with quantitative and qualitative data and interdisciplinary experts.
21
PQ21: Has sufficient awareness on occupational health and safety issues.

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 40
Rate of Final Exam to Success 60
Total 100

Numerical Data

Student Success

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