Emergency Medicine Residency Education
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PGY1 Block Schedule
- Site 1 = Memorial Hospital West (MHW)
- Site 2 = Memorial Regional Hospital (MRH)
- Site 3 = Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital (JDCH)
- ORIENT/EM = 4 weeks of EM Orientation + 1 week of clinical shits in each ED
- ANES/V = 3 weeks of Anesthesia + 1 week vacation
- EMS/V = 3 weeks of EMS + 1 week of vacation
- EM/V = 2 weeks of EM + 2 weeks of vacation
- EM/US = 2 weeks of EM + 2 weeks of EM Ultrasound. Both weeks are spent in the ED.
PGY2 Block Schedule
- EM @ Site 1 = 13 shifts in the adult ED + 4 shifts in the peds ED.
- EM @ Site 2/3 = 13 shifts in the adult ED @ Site 2 + 4 shifts in the peds ED @ Site 3. Both sites are on the same campus.
- EMUS = EM Ultrasound. All 4 weeks are spent in the ED.
PGY3 Block Schedule
- EM/OB @ Sites 1/2 = 2 weeks of EM @ Site 1 + 2 weeks of OB @ Site 2
- EM @ Site 1 = 12 shifts in the adult ED + 4 shifts in the peds ED
- EM @ Sites 2/3 = 12 shifts in the adult ED @ Site 2 + 4 shifts in the peds ED @ Site 3. Both sites are on the same campus.
Our didactic curriculum will be patterned after the Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine using Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide as our textbook of reference. Content will be covered in a multitude of ways:
- Initial 4-week block dedicated to Orientation at the beginning of residency training
- ATLS training and certification
- Suture, Splint and Ultrasound workshops
- Daily Morning Report
- Weekly Academic Conference that is protected and will be conducted in various formats
- Traditional lecture
- Morbidity & Mortality case discussions every week
- Small group case-based discussions covering core content
- Journal Club both during dedicated academic conference time as well as beyond
- Mock oral board review
- Grand Rounds
- Understanding Healthcare Series sponsored by the Central Graduate Medical Education Office
- Simulation Curriculum dedicated to key index resuscitations and procedures:
- Adult and Pediatric Medical & Trauma Resuscitation
- Intubation and Invasive Procedures
- Standardized patients-Challenging situations
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