by Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG

Ace your exams!

This course provides the perfect preparatory tools for your USMLE Step 2 and Shelf exams. Dr. Veronica Gillispie is an expert in her field and explains even the most complicated topics in a clear and understandable way.

Learn about:

  • Preconception Care
  • Antenatal Care
  • Intrapartum Care
  • Postpartum Care

Dr. Veronica Gillispie is extremely dedicated to her specialism of medical education. She serves as Clerkship Director for Ob/Gyn for the University of Queensland Ochsner School, Australia, and is also responsible for curriculum development and student preparation for USMLE Step 2.

High quality videos, clinical pearls, mnemonics and high-yield test questions will guide you towards superior knowledge of this essential medical field. Don't miss out on a chance of becoming a better doctor!

Course Details

  • Videos 39
  • Duration 3:21 h
  • Quiz questions 213
  • Articles 23


Your Educators of course Obstetrics

 Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG

Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG

Dr. Veronica Gillispie is the Clerkship Director for Obstetrics and Gynecology for the Ochsner Clinical School at the University of Queensland, Australia. She is responsible for curriculum development and preparing her students for USMLE Step 2. Her teaching has been described by her students as relatable. She makes complicated topics easy to understand.

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great and simple
By Victor E. on 14. November 2018 for Initial Prenatal Visit

Easy to understand lectures and you can feel her passion as she delivers the lectures.

Good, but needed a bit of context.
By Hunkyo C. on 24. October 2018 for Antenatal Testing

Good lecture that covers the antenatal tests with appropriate detail. Would have liked to have the context of what weeks gestation these tests occur - 32 and 36-38 weeks gestation per article.

Average. It could have more precise details and explanations.
By MD M. on 08. October 2018 for Stages of Labor

Stage one is divided into two phases latent until 4 cm dilated and active phase from 6 cm - 10 cm. what about from 4cm - 6cm? under which phase does it fall? Most of the resources state latent phase is until 6 cm dilated.

This is the best
By Zakaria G. on 28. September 2018 for Intrapartum Care

Thank u very much for your information I really understood all the topics from you

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