Loyola University Medical Education Network Patient Centered Medicine 2
Female Genitourinary (GU) Examination

March 12, 2013 - Lecture: 1:15 pm/LH190
                            Mary Boyle, MD

Required equipment for Small Group: EKG calipers

Small Group Session: Immediately following the lecture, SDLs, Shared Classrooms, or CSC (330)

Goals:
  1. Orientation to male and female GU Workshop
  2. Know the relevant anatomy and physiology as it pertains to the examination of the female GU system. (Dr. Boyle)
  3. Discuss the need for respect and privacy as it pertains to the exam of the female GU system.   (Dr. Boyle)
  4. Understand the mechanics of the specific instruments used in the examination of the female GU system.   (Dr. Boyle)
Student Reading:
  1. Bates' Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking:
    9th Edition, Chapter 12
    10th Edition, Chapter 14
  2. The Only EKG Book You'll Ever Need, Thaler, Chapter 6 (4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th editions)
  3. Female Exam Outline (Print Version-pdf file)

    Radiology and EKGs

    1. Radiology
    1. Interpret  EKGs:  31 - 34, and surprise EKG Week #10

    Workshop Schedules

Optional Student Reading: ACOG Practice Bulletin

 
Session Objectives Teaching Methods
  1. Describe the normal anatomy, physiology and physical exam of the female GU system.
Orientation to entire class.  (Carol Malmgren)

Lecture and video to entire class. (Dr. Boyle)

  1.  Become familiar with steps 60-68 (female exam) of the Basic Screening Exam.
  2. To record the normal examination of a female GU system
  3. To use the required instruments for the examination of the female GU system during workshop.
  4.  To emphasize the need for respect and privacy of the patient in conducting the female GU examination.
  5.   To perform steps 60-68 (female exam) of the Basic Screening Exam on a standardized patient model.
  6. Students present case presentations to small group from patients assigned by their preceptors
  7. Students will identify and list the pertinent positives and negatives from cases presented by students.
  8. Students will develop an assessment and three-part plan for the cases presented by students.
  9. Students will write admitting orders from 2 cases presented by students.
  10. Students will interpret assigned Radiology Cases: Case(s) ZZSSOM,pt03 & ZZSSOM,pt11
  11. Students will interpret assigned EKGs: 31 - 34
Small group session:
  1. Brief Q&A of the major concepts learned from the readings and lecture.
  2. Co-facilitator teaches how to record the exam of the female GU system.
    -various sized speculums will be available for every small group to become familiar with
  3. Two to three students will present H&Ps already reviewed with their preceptors.  After each case is presented, the Small Group will:
    a.  create a problem list
    b.  list pertinent positive and negatives
    create an assessment and 3-part plan for each problem
    d.  write admitting orders for this patient.
  Workshops:   Check the PCM 2 Web Page for your scheduled assignment.
Using trained patient instructors students will perform a female GU system examination during the GU workshop on a standardized patient model.
 
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Last Updated: 03/15/13
Created: 08/24/1998