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Events

House Staff Council Meeting
Tuesday, September 12th at 6:00 p.m. in 419 CSB

GMEC (Graduate Medical Education Committee)
Thursday, September 14th at 4:00 p.m. in 628 CSB

Program Coordinator Meeting
Tuesday, September 19th at 9:30 a.m. in Storm Eye Institute 8th floor Auditorium

Chief and Resident Rep.
Wednesday, September 20th at 12:00 p.m. in 125 Gazes

Negotiating Your First Employment Contract Out of Residency
Thursday, September 28th at 6:00-7:30 a.m. Breakfast will be served. MUST RSVP to Ann Ronayne at 843.792.8681 or Ronayne@musc.edu to reserve space for this class

Clinicians As Educators Series
Open to all first year fellows in Pediatric and Medicine Subspecialties. For more information, please contact Ann Ronayne at 843.792.8681 or Ronayne@musc.edu

Class #1 - The Learning Environment - September 22nd
Class #2 - Best Practices in Bedside Teaching - September 29th
Class #3 - Teaching Techniques for Active Learning - October 13th
Class #4 - Critical Thinking for Medical Learners - October 20th
Class #5 - Self Directed Learning in Medical Learners -November 3rd
Class #6 - Providing Feedback and Evaluation - November 17th
Class #7 - Best Practices in Procedural Teaching and Use of Simulation - December 8th

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Frequently Asked Questions

Subject:
ACLS Certification
Question:
Are pathology fellows required to be ACLS certified?
Answer:
At present, we do not require Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification of pathology residents. However, they are required to receive Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) certification prior to their 3rd year and VA rotations.

Subject:
Resident Housing on Away Rotations
Question:
For residents required to rotate at away locations, is there a standard for the housing provided to the residents? Is it really adequate housing if the residents are not provided a private bedroom?
Answer:
According to the ACGME, sleeping arrangements within its accredited hospitals should be adequate. If a resident participating in a required outside rotation does not find his/her sleeping arrangements adequate, the resident should relay the concern to the Program Director for investigation.

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