Emergency Medicine Residents

  

 

    • Orientation Module

    • A Typical Day




    • Mornings are spent either on asynchronous learning or scanning in the ED with the rotating EM resident
      Asynchronous learning can include: Podcasts, Journal Articles, Quizzes, Readings, Modules
      Scanning in ED ( expect ~10 scans to be completed in AM for lunch review with faculty) Sample Scans: Cardiac/IVC for Hypotension, Cardiac/Thoracic for dyspnea, Renal/OB for abdominal pain, Procedural

      Afternoon team will meet up in ED
      Assure machine homeostasis ( clean, memory available, plugged in, archiving/querying)
      Dyspnea, SOB, Chest pain, Flank Pain, Pregnancy, Tachycardia, Hypotension, Trauma, Syncope
      Potentially ICU or Skills Lab Scanning
      Some days there may be educational events we will attend or run

      Wednesdays Meet in room 761
      Wednesdays are our primary education day. We will begin Resident Case Presentations and a subsequent didactic. Time permitting will also cover QA Review, interesting cases, QI Issues and may even scan in the skills lab

      ** Curriculum, specifically articles, subject to change as new publications release

                      

Residency Checklist

    • Each Residents individual Checklist will be completed in their drive folder
** Curriculum, specifically articles, subject to change as new publications release

  • Curriculum, Quizzes, Articles all on Carmen
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  • PGY1 Curriculum
    • Physics
    • Cardiac
    • OB
    • Procedure
    • EFAST

 
 
        • Pathology/Tasks to see and do
          • Free Fluid in Abdomen
          • Intrauterine Pregnancy
          • Poor Contractility
          • Volume Responsiveness
          • Needle to Target (NALTA)
          • Basic Image Optimization
          • B Mode and M Mode
  • PGY 2 Curriculum

    • Renal
    • Aorta
    • Soft Tissue
    • Advanced Cardiac
    • Thoracic
      Pathology/Tasks to see and do
      • Hydro
      • AAA

      • Dissection

      • Abscess

      • Cellulitis

      • Use Color Doppler

      • Use Dynamic Range

      • ID tamponade

      • ID RV strain

      • Pneumonia

      • Pleural Effusion

      • Pneumothorax

         
  • PGY 3 Curriculum

      • HPB
      • Ocular
      • DVT
      • MSK
      • Bowel
      • Pathology/Tasks to see and do
          • Cholecystitis

          • DVT

          • Retinal Detachment

          • Vitreous Hem

          • ONSD

          • SBO

          • Appy

          • Doppler

  • Track Requirements

    - Proctor 6 Sessions
    - Present US Journal Club x 3
    - Present US Case Report x 3   
    - US QI Project
    - Attend US Conference 
    - US Research Project
    - Attend 9 Track Meetings
    • Calendar- Scanning Time

     
    • Clinical

    • Scanning Protocols

      Fixing QPATH Exams

     

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