Beverly Gray, MD
Duke’s Obstetrics and Gynecology program is proud and honored to train the next generation of leaders in our field. During the four-year program, trainees gain knowledge, skill, ability and judgment to acquire:
- Confident, high-level, clinical skills and judgment in clinical problem solving for the office and acute care environments.
- Effective utilization of diagnostic techniques and skills for evaluation and management of all patients.
- Proficiency in diagnosis and management of all clinical problems in general obstetrics and gynecology.
- Exposure and experiences in the subspecialties of gynecologic oncology, maternal-fetal medicine, reproductive endocrinology and infertility, urogynecology and ability to identify patients requiring referral to a sub specialist.
- Exposure to subspecialty fellowships for residents wishing to pursue further training.
- Effective communication skills with patients, colleagues and support staff in a professional, competent, ethical and caring manner.
Brittany Davidson, MD
- Opportunity to perform and participate in clinical research, various scientific forums and critical analysis of medical literature.
- Practice competency skills consistent with the ACGME requirements.
- A commitment to life-long learning through self-education and teaching others.
- Skills to become advocates for women’s health care on a local, state and national level.
- Duke GME Office
- Duke University School of Medicine
- ERAS Fellowship Application Process
- Duke GME Application Process
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Statement from University Leaders Regarding HB2
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