Morning Report: Held daily from 8 – 9 AM
Noon Conference: Held daily from 12 – 1 PM
- Monday: Case Presentation
- Tuesday: Basic Science Lecture
- Emergency Medicine Lecture
- Cardiology/EKG Conference
- Rheumatology Conference
- Endocrinology Conference
- Wednesday: Board Review / Journal Club / Faculty updates
- Thursday: CME Grand Rounds
- Friday: Board Review / OMT / RAM
- Morning Report is led by a one of our core faculty clinicians, which consists of all residents meeting to review and discuss various aspects of medical knowledge and clinical practice. This is achieved through several different modalities, including residents presenting a current case/patient, simulated/virtual patient (through ACP program), Practice Comlex/USMLE-type questions, review of radiologic imaging, review of USPSTF guidelines as well as supporting literature.
- During certain blocks of time, specialists (E.g. nephrologist, neurologists, endocrinologist, gastroenterologist etc.) are brought in for oriented conversation toward specific aspects of medicine where a resident presents a current case/patient and the specialists directs a relevant educational conversation on the subject.
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 2nd Wednesday of the month
- Residents choose a recently published article from a peer reviewed medical journal and submit it for approval. They then critically examine and critique the publication and create a presentation to be given in front of residents, Attending clinicians, and administration.
Continuing Medical Education (CME)
- The Continuing Medical Education (CME) conference is a multi-disciplinary grand rounds presented by Attending clinicians on relevant/ updated topics to medical staff and residents, Held on Thursdays of weeks 1, 2, and 3 per month.
- Trauma conference is held on the 4th Thursday of each month. Trauma surgeons from our facility present a variety of topics ranging from prevention to surgical treatment and medical follow up.
- A multi-disciplinary tumor board takes place the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month, which includes local hematologist/oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, and pathologists, and intensivists discussing patient presentation, diagnostics, treatment and concerns of current oncologic cases.
- Our residents receive training and instruction on ACLS/code simulation, and evaluation and care of the critically ill patient. Procedure simulation which include intubation, placement of central lines, thoracentesis, paracentesis, suturing and lumbar punctures at the USF Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation (CAMLS).
- Residents participate in OMT training through video conference with professors from Nova Southeastern University. They refresh their skills on osteopathic diagnostic and treatment methods.
- Representatives from various departments of the healthcare team including respiratory therapy, physical therapy, pharmacy, ITM meet with the residents to discuss ways to improve patient management and EMR navigation.
Resident Association Meetings (RAM)
- Residents participate in quarterly meetings as a group to discuss any questions/concerns, as well as upcoming requirements.