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    Advisor Form
    ER Patient Follow-up
    Faculty CR Evaluation
    Faculty Journal Article Evaluation
    Faculty QA Evaluation
    IPAD Policy Manual
    GME Policy Manual
    Nurse Evaluation
    Official Resident Leave Request
    Official Switch
    OSCE of Resident
    Patient Evaluation
    PD Evaluation Form
    PGY-3 Leadership Assessment
    PGY-2 Self Reflective Learning
    PGY-1 On Call Patient Summary


    Program Requirements


    The Morehouse School of Medicine Community Pediatric Residency Program complies with all ACGME and RRC requirements.Individual and rotation requirements are discussed at the beginning and throughout the year. Below is a general quick check list for residents:

    • Logging duty hours, procedure logs, and patient logs daily
    • Attendance of all Grand Rounds and Didactic Sessions 
    • Participation in Annual In-Training Examination 
    • Participation in two annual retreats 
    • Initial complication and bi-annual update of your Individual Learning Plan 
    • 50 hours of community service• Bi-annual meetings with advisor and Program Director• Participation in educational study plan (Nelson’s Reading Plan & Content Specifications, as applicable) 
    • Participation in program recruitment 
    • Participation in monthly Evaluations (Self, Program, Faculty) and program quality improvement

    PGY-1 REQUIREMENTS

    I. Research

    • Complete CITI online training by December of their intern year
    • Choose partner and project by the end of the year

    II. Inpatient SR

    • Have a “direct observation” form completed on their behalf (inpatient)
    • Compete SR inpatient overnight form during Night Float week
    • Grand report – 4th Thursday of each month

    III. Inpatient HS

    • Ensure that nursing and patient evaluations are submitted
    • Complete online inpatient management scenarios during call nights

    IV. ER - Must complete 5 ER follow-up forms per rotation and submit


    PGY-2 REQUIREMENTS

    I. Research

    • Complete IRB for your project
    • Start /Complete data collection

    II. Inpatient SR

    • Compete SR “Self –Reflective “ at end of Night Float week

    III. PICU EGEL

    • Complete at least 50% of online modules with a post score no less than 85%

    IV. ER - Must complete five ER follow-up forms per rotation and submit

    V. Complete a case write up and submission to either a journal or national conference (or GR in conjunction with an Attending)

    VI. Pass USMLE Step 3


    PGY-3 REQUIREMENTS

    I. Research

    • Complete and present research project

    II. Quality Assurance (QA) Project

    • Complete QA project with option of presenting

    III. Inpatient HS

    • Ensure that nursing and patient evaluations are submitted for senior and intern
    • Complete “Self-Reflective” Leadership form on weekly basis
    • Complete inpatient management scenarios during call nights
    • Grand report – 4th Thursday of each month

    IV. Journal Club presentation

    V. ER - Must complete 5 ER follow/up forms per rotation and submit


    Resident Advisors 2012-2013

    Download 2012-2013 Pediatric Residents' Photos


    PGY

    Resident

    Faculty

    1

    Akan

    Brooks

    1

    Harper

    Wimberly

    1

    Lewis

    Parker

    1

    Lynes

    Levin

    1

    Melbourne-Carbs

    Graham

    1

    Seay

    Gee

    2

    Cameron

    Powers

    2

    Daigle

    Wimberly

    2

    Cunningham-Lindsay

    Powers

    2

    Howell

    Darden

    2

    Mensah

    Osko

    2

    Spence

    Gee

    3

    Arora

    Osko

    3

    Ector

    Wimberly

    3

    Ferguson-Paul

    Tyler-Hill

    3

    Gonzalez-Brown

    Brooks

    3

    Sharma

    Wimberly

    3

    Shaw

    Parker