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December 2018

Surgery

Quick Surg, a  monthly newsletter provided by the division of Education

Mark Your Calendars: 

  • December 1 CT Interviews
  • December 7 - Vascular Interviews & Surgery Robot Lab PGY 2,3,4
  • December 11,12 - General Surgery  Interviews
  • December 11 - Surgical Prep Training for Residents
  • December 14 Department Holiday Party
  • December 17 - PGY 4&5 Mock Orals - tentative
  • December 18 - Grand Rounds
  • December 25 & Jan 1 - No M&M
  • January 11 - Plastics Integrated Interviews
  • January 25-29 - Surgery ABSITE Exams

CCC  Meetings

  • General Surgery: Dec 7 - PGY2
  • Plastics: Dec 11
  • SCC: Dec 12
  • CT: Dec 17
  • Vascular: Dec 19

Interview Socials

  • Dec 7- Vascular: Burwell's
  • Dec 11 - Gen Surg: Taco Boy
  • Jan 10 - Plastics Integrated: Bay St. Biergarten

Faculty Development

  • January 29: Feedback and Assessment - Elisha Brownfield, MD,
  • February 15 - Eric Holmboe, MD,MACP, FRCP, Executive Director ACGME (Program Directors and Program Coordinators only)
  • April 30 - Bedside Teaching – DavidMills, MD, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics

Outstanding Physician Awards 

Dr. David Moffatt and Dr. Julie Siegel

We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving! In surgical education, we are truly thankful for our faculty:

Faculty members are a foundational element of graduate medical education – faculty members teach residents how to care for patients. Faculty members provide an important bridge allowing residents to grow and become practice ready, ensuring that patients receive the highest quality of care.

 They are role models for future generations of physicians by demonstrating compassion, commitment to excellence in teaching and patient care, professionalism, and a dedication to lifelong learning. Faculty members experience the pride and joy of fostering the growth and development of future colleagues. The care they provide is enhanced by the opportunity to teach. By employing a scholarly approach to patient care, faculty members, through the graduate medical education system, improve the health of the individual and the population.

 Faculty members ensure that patients receive the level of care expected from a specialist in the field. They recognize and respond to the needs of the patients, residents, community, and institution. Faculty members provide appropriate levels of supervision to promote patient safety. Faculty members create an effective learning environment by acting in a professional manner and attending to the well-being of the residents and themselves. - ACGME

 Tell me and I forget  | Teach me and I remember  |  Involve me and I learn.  Benjamin Franklin