The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is a structural unit of Faculty of General Medicine. The Department is located at Grodno Regional Clinical Perinatal Center, Grodno City Clinical Hospital No4, Grodno City Clinical Hospital of Emergency Care, Grodno Regional Clinical Hospital. It consists of 14 training rooms, a laboratory (computer class).

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology provides training in Obstetrics and Gynecology for students of Faculty of General Medicine, Faculty of Pediatrics, Faculty of Medical Diagnostics, Faculty of Mental Health Medicine.

The Students of Faculty for International Students study the following disciplines:  Obstetrics (184 academic hours, 5 credit units), Gynecology (332 academic hours, 8.5 credit units), Obstetrics and Gynecology (160 academic hours, 4 credit units).

Accorditng to the curriculum, test questions are compiled, which are used in current knowledge control and during the exam. Guidelines and information block for students are prepared which include control questions and questions for guided independent work of students.

The department published manuals to ensure optimization of the preparation for disciplines.

Electronic educational-methodical complexes on disciplines are developed and placed in the e-learning system (www.edu.grsmu.by).

Exam

The Students of Faculty for International Students have an exam at the end of the course of Obstetrics and Gynecology in VIII semester, X semester. Exam is composed of pre-exam computer test.

Postgraduate education

Specialists of our Department provide Postgraduate Training in Obstetrics and Gynecology.


Rules and regulations for students

Students are requested to come at list 10 minutes before classes to the laboratory assistant room of the Department, to take the key of their classroom and prepare for classes. Students are expected to show up for a class on time. Being late is forbidden and equal to missed classes.

Students are expected to leave their outdoor wear and big bags in the student cloakroom.

Students are expected to be dressed in clean dress and shoes. Students should have medical uniform (white lab coat, surgical trousers, second pair of shoes (shoe covers), medical suit covers, medical cap, mask).

Students should keep quiet during classes and visiting patients in clinic. No personal mobile phones are allowed in class. No sending messages are allowed.

Students are expected to keep their classroom clean and all equipment serviceable.


Every year the best students of the Department demonstrate obtained knowledge participating in academic competitions (Subject Olympiads) in Obstetrics and Gynecology.