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Pediatric Residents' Conferences/Didactic Schedule

July - August

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00 Morning Report

 

11-12 Tuell Time

12-1 EBM J Club

11-12 Quality Improvement

12-1 Inpatient Pediatrics

8:00 Morning Report  

8:00 Morning Report

 12 - 1 Chief Chat

11-12 Nelson Lecture

12-1 Professionalism

11-12 Nelson TBL

12-1 M & M

8:00 Morning Report

8:00 Morning Report

 

11-1 SimLab @ Bldg. 178

11-12 Nelson TBL

12-1 Nelson Lecture

8:00 Morning Report

8:00 Morning Report

 10:00 PICU meet/Tina

11-12 Neonatal Lecture

12-1 Community Pediatrics

11-12 Nelson Exam

12-1 Exam Review

8:00 Morning Report

September - June                            

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00 Morning Report

 

11-12 Tuell Time

12-1 EBM J Club

11-1 QI /Inpatient Pediatrics

  8:00 Morning Report

 

8:00 Morning Report

 

 12 - 1 Chief Chat

11-12 Nelson TBL

12-1 Grand Rounds

11-12 Nelson Lecture

12-1 M & M

 

8:00 Morning Report

8:00 Morning Report

 

11-1 SimLab @ Bldg. 178

11-12 Nelson TBL

12-1 Nelson Lecture

  8:00 Morning Report

8:00 Morning Report

 10:00 PICU meet/Tina

11-12 Neonatal Lecture

12-1 Grand Rounds

11-12 Nelson Exam

12-1 Exam Review

  8:00 Morning Report

Morning Report
Monday and Friday | 8:00 am - 8:30 am

• Monday Morning Report is led by residents. They present an interesting case and discuss management or lead education activities.
• Friday Morning Report is led by faculty, typically by the hospitalist team. They present interesting cases that were presented to the hospital that week.

Noon Conference
Wednesday and Thursday | 12 pm - 1 pm

Chief Chat: A monthly meeting held by the chief residents to allow for discussion of recent activities. Allows the residents an open forum to discuss any issues that may have presented over the last month. Also an opportunity for the chiefs to update the group on any other news such as team building activities, changes to the program, and/or faculty concerns.
Tuell Time: A monthly meeting of residents held by the program director. Open forum from the program director to update the group on any recent activities and recognize outstanding resident work from the past month.
EBM J Club: Residents lead an evidence based journal club once a month. Journal club is a dynamic meeting. Each month clinical questions are posed to the group for a literature review. These clinical questions are then addressed the following month by presenting abstracts. One journal article is then presented in its entirety to discuss review of journal, clinical outcomes, and practical application.
Neonatal Lecture: Resident led lecture based on a case in the neonatal intensive care during the past month.
M&M: Residents, faculty, and hospital staff attend mortality and morbidity lecture. The focus of M&M is to highlight a case that presented a systems error which may lead to increased mortality and morbidity. The goal is to develop action items among a multidisciplinary team to improve outcome of patient care.
QI / Inpatient Pediatrics: Residents participate in developing quality improvement projects in the hospital. As a group we identify areas of improvement, collect data, and implement a process for improvement. Past projects have included developing a new asthma treatment weaning protocol, adopting new pneumonia care guidelines, and current improvement of a standardized patient handoff.

Sim Lab
Third Wednesday of each month | 11 am – 1 pm 

• Residents attend simulation lab once a month. A case is presented and a team of residents practice managing the case and improving their clinical skills. A faculty member is present to help residents build skills on procedures. Cases and procedures are geared towards the Nelson topic of the month.

Grand Rounds
2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month | 12 pm – 1 pm

Nelson Lecture/Exam Series
Wednesday and Thursday | 11 am - 12 pm

• The nelson curriculum is an 18-month systems based learning curriculum guided from the Nelson’s Textbook of Pediatrics. Each month faculty are identified and lecture on high-yield clinical topics. These lectures are based on the Nelson topic of the month and include team-based learning, traditional lecture sessions, and practical applications. At the end of each month, an exam of board-style questions is given to the residents. This exam is then reviewed with faculty the following day. This allows for discussion on how to approach questions on AAP board exam and identify areas of strengths and weaknesses to tailor an individual study plan. Following the implementation of this curriculum, our graduating residents have had 100% board pass rate!

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