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RMC Bayonet Point
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Curriculum

Noon Conference

Held daily from 12:00pm - 1:00pm

  • Monday & Friday: Case Presentation/Continuous Quality Improvement
    • The relaxed environment allows for group discussion of clinical cases with a multidisciplinary approach; residents and attendings from various specialties and subspecialties are present to provide their experience. Patient history, physical exam findings, diagnostic imaging, laboratory data, and procedures are analyzed and reviewed with a special focus on differential diagnosis and improving patient outcomes.

  • Tuesday: Basic Science Lecture - Lectures will include Internal Medicine Topics and Specialty Topics. Special features include:
    • Emergency Medicine Lecture Series - These lectures are provided by selected Emergency Medicine and subspecialty faculty members throughout the academic year and are designed to prepare the resident to recognize and manage all major medical emergencies.
    • EKG Conference - These lectures are provided by selected Cardiology faculty members once a month and provide instruction on EKG interpretation.

  • Wednesday: Board Review - This lecture and discussion will occur weekly with the faculty physicians to prepare residents for the yearly in-service examination as well as the AOBIM certification examination.

  • Thursday: Grand Rounds - Weekly, an in-house or visiting professor presents a comprehensive review of special topics in medicine.

Ambulatory Case Lecture and Presentation

On the ambulatory clinic day, our residents will participate in a lecture/ case discussion with their attending focused on outpatient medicine topics and current guidelines.

Journal Club

Held the 1st Wednesday of the month

Our residents are trained to critically review clinical papers from major medical journals at these monthly sessions.

Simulation Training

Our residents receive training and instruction on ACLS/code simulation, evaluation and care of the critically ill patient.

Procedure simulation which include intubation, placement of central lines, thoracentesis, paracentesis, chest tubes, suturing and lumbar punctures take place at the USF Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS).