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Table 1 Structure of the Erlangen internship

From: Logbooks alone are not enough: initial experience with implementing a logbook for medical students in a clinical internship in gynecology and obstetrics

 MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
7.30–12.00 a.m.Induction (in the library)
PracticePracticePracticePracticePractice
  On the wards  On the wards  On the wards   On the wards   On the wards
  In surgery  In surgery  In surgery  In surgery  In surgery
  In the outpatient clinics (according to plan)  In the outpatient clinics (according to plan)  In the outpatient clinics (according to plan)  In the outpatient clinics (according to plan)  In the outpatient clinics (according to plan)
12.00–1 p.m.Lunch breakLunch breakLunch breakLunch breakLunch break
1.00–2.30 p.m.Skills training:Skills training:Skills training:Skills training:Final examination 2.00 p.m.
Speculum insertionSpeculum insertion  Birth simulatorMaternity record
  Pap smear  Infection diagnosis with inspection, pH and native preparation  Spontaneous delivery  Calculating and correcting due datesPreliminary discussion 1.50 p.m.
  Explanation of findings  Placental period  Assessing labor (BP, blood count, urine findings)
  Atony, Apgar
  Clinical implications  Clinical implications  CTG basics
2.30-3.00 p.m.,Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break 
3.00–4.30 p.m.Seminar:Seminar:Seminar:Seminar: 
 Case reviewCase reviewContraception, HPV vaccination, gynecol. screeningCase review 
 Breast carcinomaGynecologic carcinomaEnd: 3.50 p.m.Complications in pregnancy 
  1. BP, blood pressure; CTG, cardiotocography