Fellows

Ohio State Department of Emergency Medicine

Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship

    1. Current Fellows
      1. Jessica Everett MD
      1. Irene Mynatt MD
    1. Faculty- Meet US

Creagh Boulger MD David Bahner MD Michael Prats MD

creagh.boulger@osumc.edu david.bahner@osumc.edu michael.prats@osumc.edu

Fellowship Director Division Director Research Director

Associate Professor Professor Assistant Professor

@creaghb @dpbahner @pratsem

Daralee Hughes MD Lauren Branditz MD Delia Gold MD

daralee.hughes@osumc.edu lauren.branditz@osumc.edu delia.gold@nationwidechildrens.org

OSU East Clinical Director Procedural and Faculty Training Pediatric Ultrasound Director

Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor

Admin

Mary-jayne.fortney@osumc.edu

Department Administrative Lead

Jennifer.journy@osumc.edu

Residency Program Coordinator

Cheryl.ray@osumc.edu

US Division Administrator

II. Fellowship Appointment

Eligibility

Emergency Medicine Board Certified or Eligible

Pediatrics Emergency Medicine Board Certificate or Eligible

Ohio State Medical License

Number of Fellows

1-3

Duration of Fellowship

1 year

III. Responsibilities

Clinical

    • 9 8h Shifts a month (72h a month)
    • 1 REQUIRED scan shift/week (8hr) – may divide into two 4-hour sessions. 32hr per month
    • Scan shift dates should be emailed to Dr.Boulger for placement on the calendar 1 month in advance. Please do not schedule scan shifts on Wednesdays when resident conference is scheduled.
      • Highlight interesting images and clips for review each week-Flag in QPATH
      • Self-education
      • Help integrate emergency ultrasound into resident and faculty practice
      • Teach residents and faculty
    • Moonlighting/Per Diem shifts
      • Not permitted for the first 3 months at which time, the fellow’s progress and scan numbers will be evaluated.

Academic

Conferences and Meetings

    • Wednesday AM Resident Conference
      • Attend US component Resident Conferences- Will send appointments
      • 3 lectures/year (topic approved by fellowship director)
    • Wednesday PM Ultrasound Fellow Education
      • Mandatory unless vacation or illness or clinical shift
    • Monthly Ultrasound Divison Meeting (1st Wednesday of the block)
      • Mandatory unless vacation, illness or shift-related conflict
    • Deliver 1 hour didactic/month to the residents
    • Acquire 12 Faculty Teaching evaluations over the year
    • Deliver Monthly Shock Lecture (AMHBC)
    • Complete reading of textbook chapters and articles as assigned
    • Participate in Hospital wide US courses
    • Prepare and deliver monthly didactic at Wednesday Didactic
    • Prepare and deliver Journal Club monthly at Wednesday Didactic
    • Prepare monthly tips email
    • Participate in faculty ultrasound course

Scanning/QA

    • Complete 100 scans a month
    • Participate in weekly scanning shift
    • Participate in weekly QA shift
    • Complete 3 Head to toe scans with US faculty

Scholarly Project/Research

    • Submit at least (1) abstract to a national or international conference
    • Submit at least (1) case report for publication
    • Participate in one publishable project

Administrative

    • Obtain competency and proficiency in all CORE applications within 3 months
    • Attend/participate in one national or international conference
    • Participate in 2017-18 Ultrafest and Sonoslam
    • Organize and lead USIG Research Day with Dr. Prats
    • Work with Dr Branditz on Faculty Ultrasound CME
    • Demonstrate ability to perform an ultrasound division workflow e.g. scan review, QA, storage, coding and billing

Credentialing

    • Oversee PGY-3 ultrasound requirements for graduation
    • Oversee Attending ultrasound requirements
    • Assist with OSCE and Testing of PGY3 prior to graduation

IV. Fellow Evaluation

    • Semi-annual evaluation meeting with Division Head
    • Quarterly evaluation with Ultrasound Division Faculty (Sept., Dec., Mar., Jun.)
    • Complete Evaluation form and feedback prior
    • Completion of Teaching Evaluations

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VI. Additional Materials