Case Discussion similar to morning report structure presented by a resident and facilitated by a faculty member/ chief resident/ senior resident >12N – 1P
Topics presented by faculty will be grouped by specialty and/ or clinical setting and chosen based on the American Board of Pediatrics Content Specifications for the certifying exam > 1-4P unless specialized didactic scheduled
Some topics will be repeated each year in a different format that original presentation. Some topics will be presented every 18 months.
Ideally, topics presented will include patient scenarios and PREP Self-Assessment Questions from the AAP Curriculum
Pediatric Grand Rounds: Wednesdays 12N – 1P, two to three Wednesdays per month.
Second Thursday of Month: 1 hour during didactics will focus on Wellness or Residents as Teachers (RATS) topic. These sessions will be structured as a workshop.
Third Thursday of Month: 1 hour during didactics will be a research topic, QI topic or Journal Club (Critical appraisal of literature). This includes presentation of Advocacy QI project by resident. Journal club will be presented by the resident with faculty facilitation of discussion.
Pediatric Morbidity & Mortality Review: 12N-1PN, last Wednesday of the month > presentation and discussion of patient cases in which suboptimal outcome has occurred, focusing on potential areas for improvement and prevention, discussion is multidisciplinary
Simulation: last Thursday of each quarter, 12N-4P
Root Cause Analysis > will occur when the care provided by a resident has led to a near miss event or poor outcome. It will be a multidisciplinary discussion with all members of the healthcare team participating, focusing on identifying how care can be improved moving forward.
Continuity clinic: Yale Primary Care Pediatrics Curriculum will be utilized to discuss topics in the first 15-20 minutes of each session.
Rotations will have curriculum that include formal and informal didactics focused on topics specific to the area of the rotation and/or patient seen; rotation goals and objectives; resources/ reading materials; and ABP content specifications.
Some rotations will have the resident choose an interesting patient to prepare, present and discuss in a formal fashion.
IHI (Institute of Healthcare Improvement) – modules focused on quality and safety
OLA (Online Learning Academy) – free classes and modules through Renown Health that can be utilized by residents on varying topics. Examples of the former include Infection Control, Cultural Competency, Abuse and Neglect. Examples of the latter include Emotional Intelligence topics.
PREP – a comprehensive general pediatrics review package designed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, will be made available to the residents.