Elective months in areas of particular interest are provided. June 22nd, 2020 - Dr. Gail Reid: "Antibiotics" (video), June 24th, 2020 - Dr. Emily Gilbert: "Sepsis" (video), June 25th, 2020 - Dr. Laura Ozark: "ACLS" (video), June 26th, 2020 - Dr. Subir Shah: "CHF" (video), June 29th, 2020 - Dr. Sean Greenhalgh: "Anticoagulation" (video), July 1st, 2020 - Dr. Theresa Kristopaitis: "Physician Responsibility after Patient Death" (video), July 2nd, 2020 - Dr. Matthew McCoyd: "Neuro Emergencies" (video), July 6th, 2020 - Dr. Max Liebo "LVADs" (video), July 8th, 2020 - Dr. Scott Pawlikowski: "Electrolytes" (video), July 9th, 2020 - Dr. Kevin Simpson: "Dyspnea" (video), July 10th, 2020 - Dr. Kevin Simpson: "Ventilators" (video), July 13th, 2020 - Dr. Amir Darki: "Pulmonary Embolism" (video), July 14th, 2020 - Dr. Theresa Kristopaitis "Pain Management" (video), July 15th, 2020 - Dr. Michelle Lundholm: "Inpatient Diabetes Management" (video), July 16th, 2020 - Dr. Occurs Monday - Friday from 12:00-1:30 pm; This series covers a broad array of both general medicine and sub-specialty topics organized into a rolling curriculum. This gives them an opportunity to enhance their skills in gathering evidence and critically analyzing it. ... Our program focuses on educational innovation through specially-designed conferences, labs, and lectures. It is extremely common to find out once you time your presentation during your rehearsals that it runs either a little too short, or more commonly too long. The third year residents are required to present a topic to interested faculty and his/her peers during their third academic year. These are held from 3:45-4:45 pm and are open to all residents and fellows. 2019 1st: Michelle Lundholm | 2nd: Kyle Walding, 2018 1st: Michelle Lundholm | 2nd: Collette Williams Kalal, 2017 1st: Benjamin Schmidt | 2nd: Maxwell Weddington. The structure of this lecture series includes a series of subspecialty-specific medical emergencies (during the summer), followed by subspecialty focused blocks of lectures throughout the remainder of the year. As we understand that not all housestaff can attend every conference, lectures are videotaped and uploaded on to Blackboard for review at any time. If you're interested in applying to our program please note the following requirements must be submitted at the time of application: We provide our residents and fellows with a compensation program that is highly competitive in today’s market. Louisville, KY, 40202 This is where you can find all of the lectures for the Core Lecture Series on a delay of about one day (please note Tuesdays are Grand Rounds which can be found on a separate tab). We are proud to say that we have been accredited since 1965 by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Remember 1 minute generally is 1 slide. You should have completed USMLE Step II prior to beginning the residency program. Apart from a case discussion, board questions are also reviewed daily. Touching base with Dr. Dayal during this time period is important. This training will enable our residents to pursue subspecialty fellowships, practice hospital medicine, and provide modern primary care in an academic or community setting. Copyright © 2020 Loyola Medicine. Any associated powerpoints and handouts will be uploaded as available for review. All our applications are processed through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Experience in critical care is gained on all inpatient services as residents follow their own patients in the intensive care units, and this experience is supplemented by a rotation in critical care. However, by this time, the vast majority of the information that will eventually end up on a slide should be present. Any associated powerpoints and handouts will be uploaded as available for review. Morning report, journal club, and non-clinical conferences on ethics, informatics, and practice management issues help round out the educational experience of our residents. You will get a list of past examples to reference. Sonny Lee, MD, FAAP, FACP For the Intern Thesis conferences, the interns present a clinically relevant topic once during the year during morning conference. Meet with one of the chief residents - at this time you should come with your rehearsed, FINALIZED presentation. 550 S Jackson St Each division within the Department of Medicine has weekly conferences and meetings that are open to all members of the Department and Upstate community. Be sure to have gotten a good night’s sleep, eat your Wheaties, and HAVE FUN! What clinical questions come up on rounds, or when you are taking care of patients that you think are interesting/useful to know. does not need to be a rare thing/zebra. Please complete our short survey. on Monday mornings, and Quality Conferences along with our Senior Thesis lectures, all discussed further below. It does not need to be an overly complex question. Generally, BBH will not sponsor H-1B Visa applications. Central to the educational experience at SUNY Upstate at Syracuse is the Core Curriculum Lecture Series which runs nearly every day of the week from 7:00-8:00 am. It should be clear how you plan to organize the talk in regards to the clinical events, where the teaching topics are placed, when to break for a differential diagnosis, etc. Rotations on subspecialty medicine services are required in addition to rotations on general internal medicine services. Step III must be successfully completed before the resident will be renewed to continue beyond the second year of training. View our blog archive for a chronological listing of posts. It. These sessions are divided into individual journal article critical appraisals, PICOs, and Evidence-Based Topic Debates. Special thanks to our master of ceremonies, Dr. Derhammer, and our judges: Dr. Clark, Dr. Gawne, Dr. Kristopaitis, Dr. Mashruwala, and Dr. Sisbarro. Please see each divisions' websites for further information. All rights reserved. 2020-2021 Clinical Question Conference Schedule. Visitor Update: Following state guidance, visitors are no longer allowed at our adult hospitals. Journal Club, EBM Lectures, PICO, Intern Conferences, Intern Journal Club, etc.)