Training 1000+ OBGYNs in sub-Saharan Africa in the Next 10 Years

Providers and students in low-resource countries will have access to high-quality academic learning and teaching materials through a new collection created by the University of Michigan’s 1000+ OBGYNs Project – a network of American and African universities preparing to train more than 1,000 new Obgyns in the region in 10 years.

The four new collections developed by this partnership cover a diverse range of subjects, including abnormal uterine bleeding, pregnancy complications, vaginal surgeries, pelvic masses, newborn care, postpartum care and family planning. All materials are publicly available, free and licensed for students, teachers and practitioners to copy and modify to suit their curricular context within their own institutions.

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