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Didactics


The didactic curriculum is a compilation of conferences, seminars, laboratories, Journal Clubs and case studies to enable the Emergency Medicine Resident to understand the basic science and clinical principles that govern Emergency Medicine.


Weekly Emergency Medicine Conferences
Held every Wednesday at 7 am except the 3rd Wednesday (SCS)and the 5th Wednesday (Mock Oral boards) of
each month, our didactic curriculum includes:
    • CoreEM Text: Rosen's Emergency Medicine with associatedboard-style weekly quizzes
    • Core Lectures presented byEM faculty following theABEM Core Content
    • PGYSplitSeries
    • PGY1:Mahadevan:An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine
      • PGY2: EKG's and Radiology Review
        • Thaler: The Only EKG Book You'll Ever Need
        • Simon: Emergency Orthopedics
      • PGY 3 & 4: Board Review and Professional Development
        • Peer 8 Board Review; AccessEM (multiple online question banks)
        • Guth: Resident as Educator
        • EMPWealth Management Modules
        • Garmer: Career Planning Guide for Emergency Medicine
    • Morbidity and Mortality Case Presentations (Medical, Pediatric, & Trauma) co-presented by resident/attending
    • Procedural Lectures based on Roberts & Hedges': Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine
    • Safety:
      • Nance: Why Hospitals should Fly
      • Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School
      • Veteran's Affairs National Center for Patient Safety
    • Podcasts:EM:RAP & USC Essentials
    • Journal Club once per month involving in-depth discussion by all in attendance
    • Trauma and Medicine Conferences held once per month
    • Visual Diagnosis Conference


MSU-SCS Grand Rounds
    • Held the 3rd Wednesday of each month in Troy Michigan and hosted by the Michigan State University Statewide campus
      • Presented by nationally recognized speakers who are noted for their expertise in aparticular subject area
      • Includes procedure laboratories and hands-on workshopspresented in a small group formatand designedtoprovide the resident the experience and psychomotor skills needed to perform procedures.
    • Thelabs include:
      • Ballistics lab
      • Advance airway lab
      • Hazmat Lab
      • Basic Ultrasonography
      • Advanced Ultrasonography
      • Cadaver Procedure Lab
      • Advanced Slit Lamp Lab
      • OMT

MSU SCS Website
MSU Library


SIM Lab
The center simulates and assesses key steps in the work of doctors, nurses, veterinary technicians and other health professionals. When combined, simulation, performance and knowledge-building techniques produce “practice-ready” graduates. LAC students who enter practice are not only knowledgeable, but skilled, confident and safe to work with real-world patients.

The program uses the following:
    • human simulators, or standardized patients (SPs)
    • partial-task trainers
    • full-patient mannequins
    • Web-based simulations
SIM Lab


Mock Oral Board Simulation
    • Held every 5th Wednesday of the month
      Allows residents to discuss cases in a format similar to thatused by the certifying boards in Emergency Medicine

 

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