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Education Opportunities for Faculty

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Introduction

  • Everyone is expected to complete at 3-6 weeks of Phase 1 tutorial each year, please sign up now for the blocks you are interested in on the doodle below.  We can work out pairing up people to help coverage after we know who is interested in which blocks - put down the blocks you are interested in and then we can work out the logistics. Many of us in hospital medicine do card/pulm, but we have a limited number we can accommodate, so we encourage you to look at other blocks as well. If you do not sign up on this, you will likely need to be scramble to get into tutorials in the future...missing out on tutorials is not an option, so sign up.

 

Three Major Areas to Choose From

Quaility and Safety Training

Simulation Training

Hospital Medicine

 

Medical Student

General information for 2014-2015 and 2013-2014.

Continuity Clinic

CC Recruitment Letter.docx

Phase III Lectures

Contact person: Deepti Rao

Clinical Skills

Contact person: Yvette Montoya

  • Learning how to perform and interpret a comprehensive neurological exam 2/4 & 2/5, 1:00-3:00 pm: Fitz Hall, 282 area (2 sessions, 1/2 half class each day) Doodle Signup: http://doodle.com/ydud59zxdbg66vzz
  • Sharing Information 2/11 & 2/13, 1:00-2:30: Fitz Hall 282 area (2 sessions, 1/2 half class each day) Doodle Signup: http://doodle.com/f6qtbwyack9aza3v
  • Mental Status Exam Practice 2/18 & 2/19, 1:00-3:30 pm: Fitz Hall 282 Area http://doodle.com/ih4utefmt587kvyq
  • Cardiovascular/Pulmonary/Renal Exam Practice and Real Patient Experience. Sessions, are from 1- 3 pm & 3- 5 pm ( Preceptor sign up will be for both sessions) starting 3/30/15 through 4/21/15

    *All sessions are during the week and include small group physical exam practice with real patients. It is encouraged to sign up for multiple dates.

    These sessions are a great way to interact with the students in small groups (5 students) and share your expertise. And if your skills are a little rusty don’t let that stop you because we will have a coaching session before each encounter. Full description below.

    To sign up, please go to the link below: Type full name, select the days/times you are available, save response and add comments if necessary. One week prior to your session you will receive a reminder will material related to activity.

    Doodle Signup: http://doodle.com/4vyp6z22ubpth3pv

    March 30 - April 21, 2015

    1:00-3:00 or 3:00-5:00

    CVPR Exam Practice and real patient experience, IHSC Clinic Room 1

    Small group activity/Real patient/White coat/Professional dress/Tool kit

    As a result of this activity the student will be able to:

    1. Defend the relevance of the cardiopulmonary renal exam.

    2. Describe, using correct terminology, and demonstrate, using correct technique, the basic cardiopulmonary renal physical exam maneuvers necessary to evaluate a patient.

    3. Describe, using correct terminology, and begin to identify the abnormal physical exam findings associated with common disorders of the cardiopulmonary and renal systems.

    Before the session: Please review the exam checklist and video of Dr. Rao performing the exam. Any other online resources to familiarize yourself with the cardiopulmonary renal exam are encouraged. You should be familiar enough with the information on the checklist to demonstrate a portion of the exam during the session. You will not be expected to have perfect technique but some knowledge of the techniques will be expected.

    Session Description:

    Students will meet in groups of 5 with a preceptor.

    First Hour—Certain components of the physical exam will be practiced. Students will be asked to demonstrate portions of the exam and feedback will be given on technique.

    Second Hour—the preceptor and students will travel to the hospital to see 1-2 patients with pertinent physical exam findings. Discussions may be held regarding the patient’s history and what physical exam to perform and/or patient presentation may be practiced.

Tutorials

 

Resident Education

BATCAVE Code Simulation

Medical Economics

Thursday School

 

Faculty Education

Hospital Medicine Journal Club

OMED Workshops

 

 

Proposed New Education Projects

Board Review Sessions

R3 Coding and Billing Expectations

Documentation and Coding Education for Interns

 

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