what training do you need to become an obstetrician? what training do you need to become an obstetrician?
answerI believe they need a lot of schooling because they have to go through school for 8 or so years.No.... i just looked it up and it turns out you need an bachelors degree with concentration in biology or pre medicine. then you have to attend a 4 year medical school. then you have to enroll in a obstetrician/gynecologist program which generally takes four years too. so not 8, 12!! that's insane.
To become an obstetrician, it is imperative that you bag a medical degree, M.D, M.B;B.S, M.B.ChB, depending on which part of the world you study medicine. Then on completion of your undergraduate courses, you would proceed to start a residency program in Obstetrics & Gynaecology which might span another 4-5 years.
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