Researchers conducted a five-year retrospective study to understand the trends in infant mortality (IM) in Nigeria and its associated risk factors.
Explore This Residency
The Integrated Residency Program in Obstetrics and Gynecology is an accredited four-year postgraduate training program integrated between Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, and affiliated with Harvard Medical School.
The mission of our program is to train residents to become both excellent clinicians and leaders in women's health care. Our residents and faculty share in the achievement of this mission by capitalizing on the rich array of patient populations and experiences, world-renowned technology and research opportunities. We foster a climate of academic and clinical excellence, which is continually promoted and achieved in a collegial, supportive environment.
About the Program
There are currently over 40 residents in our program. We offer a clinical experience that is unique in its wealth of clinical activity, as well as exposure to research opportunities through rotations at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital and other Harvard-affiliated hospitals. All residents hold concurrent appointments as clinical fellows at Harvard Medical School and have a vital role in teaching our medical students.
Our greatest assets are the people who comprise the program; we are fortunate to work with prominent clinicians and researchers, as well as match talented and motivated residents, who continually challenge us to improve upon the status quo. Teamwork and maintenance of a professional, supportive environment are prioritized for the continued success of our program.
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