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The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology provides clinical teaching in the undergraduate medical student curriculum across multiple sites, and also delivers undergraduate teaching to students in two units: BME3082 (fetal and neonatal development) and PHY3181 (hormones and reproduction) in the BBiomedSc and BSc degrees.
The Department is also home to a world-leading postgraduate teaching and research program through the Education Program in Reproduction and Development and provides a series of professional short courses in basic and advanced obstetrics, gynaecology, and sexual health. The department leads innovative learning methods across its teaching portfolios and has an education research program.
Find out about some of our student experiences and pathways from their profiles.
Undergraduate and Masters Courses on offer
- BME3082: Fetal and Neonatal Development (for undergraduate Biomedical Science and Science students)
- Graduate Diploma in Reproductive Sciences
- Master of Reproductive Sciences
- Master of Clinical Embryology
- Bachelor of Science Honours (BSc(Hons))
- Bachelor of Biomedical Science Honours (BBiomedSc(Hons))
- Bachelor of Medical Science Honours (BMedSc(Hons))
Education Program in Reproduction and Development (EPRD) is the postgraduate education program of the Monash University Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health.
Delivered by a team of experts who are all internationally recognised academic researchers and clinicians, our short courses provide the most up-to-date evidence-based clinical practice.
Clinical Teaching Programs in the School of Clinical Sciences at Monash Health is a vibrant interdisciplinary hub of teaching and research. We pride ourselves on providing a holistic structured program that includes lectures and tutorial programs, patient and theme based learning, bedside skills and ‘Observe Structural Clinical Exams' (OSCE), all in a supportive learning environment.