Master in Gynaecology and Obstetrics

  • 250 Hrs (Online) 
  • Live lectures and webinars by renowned clinicians
  • Training on basic obstetric skills and gynecological procedures
  • Skill sessions for 12 weeks
  • Training by experienced and distinguished faculty
  • 12 months 250 Hrs (Learning Content)




Course Description

The Master in Gynaecology and Obstetrics  course is designed for medical practitioners who have gained skills in obstetrics through the basic training and who wish to develop them to a next level that will enable them to safely undertake non-complex normal deliveries and basic gynecological procedures.

This course is aimed at medical graduates who are already working or who are planning to work in Obstetric & Gynaecological units of the hospitals and intending to improve their knowledge and skills in managing such cases. Any MBBS graduate  is eligible to take this course.

This course offers an exposure to Gynaecology and Obstetrics with their subspecialties helping the physicians acquire the knowledge and the clinical acumen required to provide outstanding care in Gynaecology and Obstetrics practice.

It also creates an opportunity to understand the surgical and technical procedures related to these specialties while providing an exposure to Antepartum, Intrapartum and Postpartum care to both high risk and normal pregnancies.

Master in Gynaecology and Obstetrics

3 000,00€ Regular Price
1 000,00€Sale Price
  • Course Outline

    Module 1

      • Basic Sciences
      • History and Examination
      • Menstruation and the Related Problems
      • Adolescent Gynaecology
      • General Gynaecology

    Module 2

      • Reproductive Endocrinology
      • Infertility
      • Gynaecological Infections
      • Gynaecological Neoplasms
      • Genitourinary Abnormalities
      • Operative Gynaecology
      • Miscellaneous

    Module 3

      • Basics of Obstetrics
      • Abnormal Pregnancy
      • Medical Disorders, Complicating Pregnancy
      • Special Cases
      • Normal Labour

    Module 4

      • Abnormal Labour
      • Puerperium
      • Operative Delivery
      • Fetal Medicine
      • Infant Care