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Brown Ob/Gyn Residency
CREOGs Over Coffee
A CREOG study podcast for the busy Ob/GYN resident! 10 minutes of knowledge for your drive into work or while you’re savoring that cup of Joe. Make sure to find us on iTunes, Google Podcasts, or Spotify as well!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 505 ratings
As all healthcare providers know, only women can birth children. Please stop using the term "birthing people." It is simply untrue and unscientific to claim that anyone other than a biological women can birth a child. Otherwise the content is great and the hosts are informed and have nice...Read full review »
StaceyWebbsNP via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/22/22
Not a med student
Can I just say, finally something that does more than just using kid gloves to hand me information that has been prepared to be appealing! I have been looking for information on how hormones works like, actually work, even trying to get ahold of textbooks without spending a ton of money. Everyone...Read full review »
moon9319 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/19/22
Amazing !
Informative , funny , organized review of all what we need.
Dianaawad94 via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 10/14/21
Recent Episodes
Published 08/17/22
Today we are joined by three special guests about an important topic: transitioning to residency. What are the important aspects for a smooth transition?  Dr. Helen Kang Morgan is a Clinical Professor at the University of Michigan Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Her medical education...
Published 08/17/22
Today, Fei and Nick discuss how to approach the emergency department consult. What information should you ask you ED colleagues? How do you know how quickly to go down to see the patient? Also a great episode for our EM residents out here who may have questions about how to call an Ob/Gyn consult...
Published 08/14/22
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