1st Faculty of Medicine Charles University 1st Faculty of Medicine Charles University Department of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
ksva 15.06.2021

Ob/Gyn rotation 2021/22 - important information

Dear students of upcoming 6th year. 2021/22

As you already know Ob/Gyn Syllabus underwent major changes (no 5th year Ob/Gyn rotation, no compulsory summer elective) All Ob/Gyn is in 6th year and for you it is the very last subject at the faculty. It last 7 weeks – (3 weeks practical seminars and theoretical lectures, 2 weeks clinical attendance, 1 study week, and 1 exam week)

We will encourage you to do voluntary summer elective where you should see (normal delivery, Ob/Gyn ultrasound examination, hysterectomy, cesarean section, gynecological examination and routine ward care) We will recognize this voluntary elective (worldwide, only certificate needed) and you will be able to skip 2 weeks clinical attendance. The system how technically we will collect it is not set up yet, but we will inform you timely in advance.

Therefore, there will be 3 ways how to fulfil criteria for Ob/Gyn subject.

You will always need to pass final State exam at First Faculty.

1) Full attendance of 5+2weeks at the First Faculty

2) You will attend 2 weeks clinical elective (any Ob/Gyn department -worldwide), bring stamped certificate. Then you will be required to attend 3 weeks practical seminars and theoretical lectures.

3) You will attend full Ob/Gyn program of recognized university abroad. This requires receiving our pre-approval. You will send us your request, with the name of university and its Ob/Gyn syllabus. After our review you will (or not) receive our approval and you will be required before the state exam bring us a certificate from the visiting university.

A/Prof. Kamil Švabík, M.D. Ph.D. – vice-chair for English teaching program Ob/Gyn


Attandance form for 2weeks elective for download

strelecek 04.06.2021

Recordings of the online lectures 2021

 the list will be consecutively updated 

ksva 12.05.2021

Places at clinic

Places at clinic for practical attandance