Academic half days occurring monthly for each class from 1pm-5pm
Protected (pager free) educational time
First and second year curriculum focused on covering MedStudy
Third year board review sessions
Occurs every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 7-7:30 a.m.
Residents on inpatient rotation discuss interesting cases and pose clinical questions that have been presented
Occurs every Thursday from 8-9 a.m.
Local and national leaders present pediatric topics in their area of specialty
Attended by faculty, residents, medical students and the hospital community
One of our favorite weekly conferences!
Occurs every Monday from Noon-1 p.m. with lunch provided
Under the guidance of a faculty mentor, a second- or third-year resident prepares and presents a case followed by a review of the disease process and relevant literature
The format is interactive with faculty, residents, and medical students participating in the development of the differential diagnosis and the evaluation of the patient
Seniors gain invaluable experience in searching the literature and presenting a conference to the medical staff
Occurs bimonthly on a Thursday from Noon-1 p.m. with lunch served
Chief residents provide a fun, interactive, board-review conference that utilizes an audience response system
Occurs monthly on a Friday from Noon-1 p.m. with lunch served
Exposure to inspirational community and hospital speakers and child advocates
Topics range from addressing social determinants of health to practicing legislative advocacy on a state or national level
Occurs every other Friday from Noon-1 p.m. with lunch served
This conference is informal and is an opportunity for the chief residents and program directors to present relevant updates and announcements and discuss any current issues
Occurs quarterly for each class on a Friday from Noon-1 p.m. with lunch served
This conference provides an opportunity for the residents to meet with the program directors to discuss current issues or concerns, with the intent of implementing change and improving the quality of the resident service and educational experiences
The Center for Excellence in Pediatric Resuscitation provides state of the art training for health care professionals working in acute pediatric care settings
Residents participate in regularly scheduled simulation sessions and procedure workshops
Each resident is scheduled once a month during outpatient rotations
Additional academic half days
Workshops and additional educational sessions throughout the year such as Residents as Teachers, Supervisor Workshops, Procedural Skills Labs, etc.
Individual rotation didactics
Specialty-specific lectures and conferences on individual rotations