Curriculum

 

Clinical Curriculum

PGY-1 (12 months) 
6 months - General Inpatient Internal Medicine
1 month - TICU
1 month - MICU
1 month - Emergency Medicine
1 month - Cardiology
1 month - Night Float
1 month - Anesthesia

PGY-2 (12 months) 
5 months - General Anesthesia
3 months - Acute Pain/Regional Anesthesia
2 months - OB
1 month - Pre-op/PACU
1 month - TICU

PGY-3 (12 months) 
3 months - Chronic Pain
2 months - Pediatrics
2 months - Cardiothoracic Anesthesia
2 months - OB
1 month - PACU/Regional Anesthesia
1 month - TICU
1 month - Thoracic/Vascular

PGY-4 (12 months) - Rotation/Elective Choices are Flexible
2 months - Chronic Pain
2 months - Cardiothoracic Anesthesia
2 months - Thoracic/Vascular
2 month - Neuroanesthesia
1 month - Transplant Anesthesia
1 month - OB
1 month - Pediatrics
1 month - Trauma

 

Didactic Lecture Series

 

Monthly

Weekly

               Grand Rounds                ABA Q&A Session
               Morbidity & Mortality (M&M)                Key Word Conference
               Journal Club                Didactic Lecture Series
               Visiting Professor                Simulation Lab
               Mock Oral Board Review   

 

Six-year Board Pass Rate: 100%

 

Congratulations Mark Motejunas, M.D. for scoring in the top 10th percentile on the 2018 BASIC Exam!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anesthesia Simulation Program

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Welcome to the anesthesia simulation training course!  This experience will be of great benefit to you and the patients you will manage in the future.

The goal of the anesthesia simulation program is to provide the residents with realistic experiences of management of different anesthesia related conditions. This will allow the residents to improve their skills in patient evaluation, recognize potential complications during anesthesia, diagnose and manage conditions and complications, and enhance their interpersonal communication skills. Residents will develop basic knowledge and judgment relating to pharmacology and drug interactions on a normal person and a person with different co-existing medical conditions, principles and methods of differential diagnosis and troubleshooting of different complications, clinical algorithms of management of different intraoperative emergencies, and post-operative patient assessment and management.

Dr. Melville Wyche, Director, organizes and is responsible for the anesthesia simulation training program.  Simulation training is held every Wednesday on the 6th floor of the Lions Eye Center.

 

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