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General Surgery Residency

Surgical Grand Rounds and Resident Teaching Conferences

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                         JULY ~ RESIDENT SUMMER SCHOOL ~ LH 208

 

   No Regular Grand Rounds

 

 

   Friday, July 4, 2014     LH 208

   7-8:55 am  Residents’ Teaching Conference

The following topics will be presented:

Intro to Summer School

Chiefs “How We Roll” Lecture Part I

Focus on This Patient—Session I

Handoffs

Post-Op Checks / Red Flags

Questions/Problems/Discussion    

   Friday, July 11, 2014     LH 208

   7-8:55 am  Residents’ Teaching Conference

The following topics will be presented:

Computer Tricks

Common Problems:

         *  Sepsis / Fever

                  *  Respiratory Distress

                     *  Altered Mental Status

Teaching Medical Students

Questions/Problems/Discussion    

   Friday, July 18, 2014     LH 208

   7-8:55 am  Residents’ Teaching Conference

The following topics will be presented:

Chiefs “How We Roll” Lecture Part II

Common Problems: Low UOP

Focus on This Patient—Session II

Break-Out Session: What is this Stuff? Drains, Lines, Tubes

Questions/Problems/Discussion 

   Friday, July 25, 2014     LH 208                             PGY 2s at ATLS

   7-8:55 am  Residents’ Teaching Conference

The following topics will be presented:

Communication: Text Paging / Breaking Bad News / Consent

Common Problem: Electrolyte Repletion

Nutrition

Common Problem: Cardiac Arrhythmias and Chest Pain

Break-Out Session: Sutures

Questions/Problems/Discussion 

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