The Society also supports training opportunities through clinical education. See a list of training opportunities by location below
If you are interested in a training program in Obstetric Medicine, we are listing here some of the opportunities offered in North America. Please contact the local coordinator for more information!
QUÉBEC, SHERBROOKE, CHUS-Fleurimont
1 fellow, 6-12 months, 3200 deliveries, Tertiary center, NICU >23 weeks, high volume of inpatients and outpatients, great variety of medical disorders.
Coordinator: Nadia Caron, 819-346-1110 extension 74977
Funding: No (Exception if R6)
QUÉBEC, MONTREAL, CHU-Ste-Justine
1 fellow, 1-2 years
Coordinator: Évelyne Rey MD
More than 7000 deliveries per year. Tertiary care center with level III NICU. High volume of outpatients and inpatients. Specialized clinics for pregnant cardiac patients, postpartum preeclampsia and diabetes in pregnancy
Coordinator: Winnie Sia MD
Coordinator: Paul Gibson MD
ONTARIO, TORONTO: Obstetric Medicine
Coordinator: Shital Ghandi MD
ONTARIO, TORONTO: Maternal Fetal Hematology (2017)
University of Toronto Division of Hematology. 2 Year fellowshop for residents trained in Hematology
Coordinator: Nadine Shehata MD Nadine.Shehata at sinaihealthsystem dot ca
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island
2 fellows, 2 years, 10 000 deliveries
Coordinator: Kenneth Chen MD. Email: Kenneth_K_Chen at brown dot edu
US Phone: 1-401-274-1122 ext 41166
NASOM members are actively implicated in many forms of research to improve fundamental and clinical knowledge and management of medical disorders in pregnancy. Find here the ongoing research initiatives from our members and their contact information if you are interested in participating to some of these research projects.
NASOM research and academic sub-committee chair: Dr Stephen Lapinsky
For any enquiry, please contact NASOM Administrative Director at info@NASOM.corg.