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Abrazo Emergency Medicine Residency Curriculum

Didactics

  • 5 ½ hours of weekly interactive conference
    • 1st hour is PGY Class specific small group
    • Next 4 ½ hours include interactive didactics, labs, case discussions, M&M, Grand Rounds, and resident presentations
  • Monthly Journal Club
  • Medical student teaching & conferences
  • Bimonthly Sim Day
  • Additional educational experiences monthly

EMS

  • Longitudinal EMS experience with ride alongs throughout training
  • 2nd Year EMS rotation dedicated to learning online control procedures

Ultrasound Program

  • Longitudinal Ultrasound experience with dedicated shifts while on EM rotations
  • Dedicated Ultrasound blocks in PGY 1 & 3
  • Intensive Ultrasound Boot Camp during orientation

Research Program

  • Longitudinal Research Program
  • Requirement to publish or present research findings
  • Dedicated faculty support to get your project finished

Wellness

  • Longitudinal wellness program
  • Well Developed Mentor Program
  • Yearly class specific retreats

Other Curriculum

  • Extensive PGY I Orientation Program
  • PGY I ATLS, ACLS, PALS

Clinical Schedule

PGY 1:
Emergency Medicine - 24 weeks
Anesthesia / Ultrasound – 2 weeks
Orthopedic Surgery – 4 weeks
Medical Intensive Care Unit – 4 weeks
Obstetrics – 2 weeks
Patient Safety – 1 week
Trauma – 4 weeks
Pediatric EM – 4 weeks
Cardiology – 4 weeks


PGY II:
Emergency Medicine- 28 weeks
EMS – 3 weeks
Medical Intensive Care Unit – 4 weeks
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit – 4 weeks
Pediatric EM – 4 weeks
Cardiac Care Unit – 4 weeks
Selective – 2 weeks


PGY III:
Emergency Medicine -32 weeks
Surgical Intensive Care Unit – 4 weeks
Administration – 3 weeks
Ultrasound – 2 weeks
Pediatric EM – 4 weeks
Selective – 4 weeks