Birth Simulator Mannequins Deliver Training to Medical Students and OB/GYN Doctors



– Life-size birth simulator mannequins that “deliver” simulator babies are part of the training third-year medical students at Albert Einstein College of Medicine receive before they start their OB/GYN rotations at Montefiore Medical Center. With the encouragement of their instructors, students take the first steps to getting comfortable in the labor and delivery room and in the exam room, where they will do pelvic and breast exams, pap smears and provide various types of birth control.

See how the Montefiore Einstein simulation program also provides continual training in obstetrical emergencies for residents, experienced physicians and other members of the delivery team at Montefiore and several other New York medical centers to improve patient care.

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23 thoughts on “Birth Simulator Mannequins Deliver Training to Medical Students and OB/GYN Doctors”

  1. Kaneki Ken says:

    i am really thankful for this video. Hopefully i will become a future obgyn

  2. Jazmin Disztl says:

    To see how it looks?

  3. ymanganelli says:

    Super awesome!

  4. Nikki Chawriya says:

    Ko? Im

  5. Dr. MATTISON'S LIVE EARTH! WOW says:

    I want to be a obgyn

  6. Bell Iron Fist says:

    I want to be an obstetrician

  7. superdupermolly says:

    Meanwhile, my doctor man handled and pulled my vagina wide open like I was a cow giving birth. I thought I was going to die! So traumatizing.

  8. tolashae k says:

    i am going to become a obgyn – speaking into existence!

  9. Mike Letterst says:

    Proud OBGYN

  10. Tokyo says:

    2:55 is the bitch in the background dead‽

  11. Emma Alone-Forever says:

    I will never say laboratory the same

  12. It’s meee Aisha says:

    I want to become an obstetrician when I’m older

  13. Cari Baez says:

    This field sounds pretty cool. Intuitively, I am interested in the obstetrics field as a future registered nurse someday. :3

  14. Flawless Chic says:

    Here because I’m interested in being a obstetrician

  15. Nikkya Currie says:

    This is an amazing program!

  16. Selvea Mendes says:

    I'm not a medical student but I wanna be a ob/gyn .I'm 12

  17. Marije says:

    I once had a male obgyn and he made me so uncomfortable that I never again went

  18. namjoontds says:

    Frederick looks like House.

  19. Jaishree Shree says:

    Hi..I wanted to buy simulators for my college ……where can I get it…can u please guide

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  21. STEPHAN AB says:

    Push push push

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  23. Melanie says:

    I don't understand why all the simulations show the birthing person as laying on their back or in stirrups. Theres many other ways to push out babies; standing, squatting, hands and knees etc.

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