Plan of the Week: April 24 - 30

Play of the Week:

Play of the week to Drs. Anthony Lucido, Sarah Khan, and Katrina Savioli for expertly stabilizing two critically ill neonates, born in quick succession (an infant with moderate-severe HIE and an infant with a critical coarctation of the aorta). Shout out to Dr. Spencer Millen as well, who was on the cardiology team and helped evaluate the infant with the critical coarctation. See photos below for the team in action!


Congratulations to Drs. Brian Graziose and Sidney Zven for presenting their posters at the Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting in Denver, CO! Brian's poster was titled, "Impact of Residential Moves on Adolescent Disorders of Gut-Brain Interaction," and Sidney's was titled, "Reduction in Hospitalizations and Changing Age Demographics of Respirator Syncytial Virus Disease During the COVID-19 Pandemic." Check them out below!


Congratulations to Dr. Brittany Flemming, who was competitively selected for induction into the Maryland Gamma Chapter of the Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) National Medical Honor Society at the Uniformed Services University. This is a lifelong honor signifying a lasting commitment to professionalism, leadership, scholarship, research, and community service. Well done, Brittany!

 

Weekly Schedule

Date

Time

Topic and Speaker

Audience

Location

Monday, 4/25

0730 - 0850

Education Meeting

Service chiefs, rotation supervisors, program leadership, and academic advisors ONLY

Hybrid ZoomGov (see separate email for details) and In-Person, America 2525 B/C

0745 - 0850

Reverse Education Meeting

Categorical residents only. Medical students and TYs excused

Hybrid ZoomGov and In-Person, Canyon Conference Room

Tuesday, 4/26

0745 - 0850

Case and Nephrons, Diuretics, and Genetic Disorders lecture, Dr. Lechner

All welcome

Hybrid ZoomGov and In-Person, America 2525 B/C

Wednesday, 4/27

0700 - 0800

SOCR Meetings

Residents signed up to meet with SOCR

VIRTUAL ONLY on ZoomGov

Meeting ID: 161 558 8678

0745 - 0850

Case and Parathyroid Lecture, Dr. McConnell

All welcome

Hybrid ZoomGov and In-Person, Canyon Conference Room

0745 - 0850

PICU Simulation Exercise

Inpatient Ward (3W) Residents and Students Only

PICU Simulation Room, 3rd Floor, Building 9A

1200 - 1300

SOCR Meetings

Residents signed up to meet with SOCR

VIRTUAL ONLY on ZoomGov

Meeting ID: 161 558 8678

1200 - 1600

Career Transitions Workship

Graduating PGY3 Residents- please attend if your schedule allows (i.e. on an elective or not actively seeing patients)

VIRTUAL ONLY on ZoomGov: click this link to join (Meeting ID 861 3349 5500, PW: nccgme)

Thursday, 4/28

0745 - 0850

Case and Journal Club, Dr. Meyers

All welcome

Hybrid ZoomGov and In-Person, America 2525 B/C

Friday, 4/29***


***Note: no case or lecture to allow full participation at the research symposium at USU***

0900 - 1400

Partnership for Military Child Health Research Symposium- see agenda in the "Announcements- All Staff" section below!

All welcome

Hybrid USU Zoom and In-Person, Sanford Auditorium at USU

The ZoomGov credentials for morning report, unless otherwise specified, are:

Meeting ID: 161 424 8612

Passcode: scutdog


If you are presenting a case or lecture: please save your presentations to the ShareDrive in the folder corresponding to the year and month of your presentation: \\WRNMDFPISISMBD1\DeptShares$\Dept1\_Pediatrics\MorningReport Lectures.


Continuity Clinic: Enuresis

 

Announcements:


All Staff:

  • As listed in the calendar above, Friday 4/29 is the second annual Partnership for Military Child Health Research Symposium from 0900 - 1400. See attached agenda below. The event can be attended virtually or in-person at Sanford Auditorium at USU. Register at this link.

Partnership for Military Child Health Research Symposium_AGENDA
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  • Please read the article below, titled "Birth Hospital Length of Stay and Rehospitalization During COVID-19" in preparation for Dr. Meyers' journal club on Thursday, 4/28.

Birth Hospital Length of Stay and Rehospitalization During COVID 19
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  • The Darnall Medical Library and the WRNMMC DEI Council are hosting a Book Club and series of discussions focused on Dr. Damon Tweedy's memoir, "Black Man in a White Coat." Discussions will be held monthly from May through August at the NICoE’s Central Park on the second floor of Building 51. See flyer below for details so you can join in for the sessions!

BMWC Book Club Flyer with QR
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  • Interested in teaching medical students? Sign up here to lead pediatrics-relevant Integrated Clinical Reasoning sessions in September 2022. For more information, contact Dr. Jill Emerick at jill.emerick@usuhs.edu

  • Need to find contact information for staff or a department within the NCR medical facilities? Check out the electronic Scutdog here, or stop by the Chief Office (America Bldg, 4th Floor, Room 4560) for a print copy.

Clinic/PCMH Updates:

  • Point of care lead and hemoglobin tests are now back in stock!

  • Starting June 1st through the fall, our AYA clinic will only have 1 provider. Thus, the AYA clinic will not be able to reabsorb the former patients of Dr. Roach and Dr. Olson or any new patients for the time being. The AYA team will still be available for curbside and formal consultations!

  • For resident scheduling:

  • When you are preparing for your continuity clinic for the week and notice logistical issues with your schedule (i.e., two patients booked in the same slot, siblings booked with you but in non-consecutive time slots, complex patients booked into short appointment times, etc), please complete the following steps, ideally no later than the night before your clinic:

  • Draft an email message detailing the issue- ideally no later than the night before your clinic, so the issue can be resolved while the early morning crew is working on schedules.

  • Include the clinic administrators in the “TO” line- Ms. Bates (Adrian.e.bates.ctr@mail.mil) and Ms. Stocks (Jerna.j.stocks.ctr@mail.mil)

  • Include the clinic leadership team in the “CC” line- Dr. Rees (Renuka.s.rees.mil@mail.mil), Ms. Charlee (Charmoine.a.draughn.civ@mail.mil), and Ms. Putney (Sabrina.l.putney.civ@mail.mil)

Resident-Specific:

  • For urgent, after-hours, or weekend issues, please call/text the Chief On-Call, listed in Amion.

  • Leela Patel: 4/18 - 5/6

  • PGY3s: please attend the Career Transition Workshop on 4/27 from 1200 - 1600 if your schedule allows (i.e., if you are on an elective and/or not seeing patients). The workshop is entirely VIRTUAL- see attachment below for details.

Career Transition Workshop agenda 2022 with Zoom links (1)
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  • Army and Air Force residents- please complete your OERSFs or bullets for your AF training reports no later than May 1!

  • Looking for information on credentialing, duty hours, and procedure logs? Please see below:

Credentialing, Procedure Logs, Duty Hours
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Download PDF • 65KB

Feeling sick? Please click the arrow to the left for step-by-step instructions:

 

Research:


The NCR competition posters will now be displayed from Wednesday, May 11 to Wednesday, May 18, on the first floor of Arrowhead Building (Building 9), by the Radiology, Pulmonology, and Information Desk area. Residents, if you are having any challenges getting their posters printed, please contact Dr. Kolasinski and Dr. Zanetti.


SOCR is hosting its quarterly meeting VIRTUALLY with residents on Wednesday, April 27, from 0700 - 0800 and 1200 - 1300.

  • Email nathan.t.kolasinski.mil@mail.mil to set up a meeting time, with a morning vs. afternoon preference, if you would like a slot. Reasons to request a slow include:

  • You have an active ARM project but have not updated SOCR in the past 6 months - you must update SOCR with your project status to continue qualifying for two ARM days per block.

  • You have an upcoming research elective- SOCR will oversee your research elective and needs to approve your proposal for how you will utilize your time during the elective.

  • You are a senior resident or rising senior resident who would like a second ARM half-day per block, and would like to discuss ideas for a project or have a project to propose.

  • Ensure the appropriate supporting documents (ARM project proposal or Research Elective agreement- linked below) are completed.

SOCR Project Proposal Template updated
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Reasearch Elective_Mentoring Agreement Form_updated 02MAR22
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Download PDF • 2.25MB
  • The SOCR ZoomGov log-in information is:

  • Meeting ID: 161 558 8678

  • Passcode: SOCR

Residents, please keep the following information regarding SOCR in mind

PI/QI Milestones:

 

Military Specific:

ARMY

AIR FORCE

NAVY

 

Wellness and Feedback:

Wellness Resources Table- this contains a comprehensive listing of behavioral health resources accessible to trainees in our program.

Physician Wellness Resources Library- this site lists open-access online resources that promote physician wellness.

Feedback Venues Table- this table details the various avenues through which trainees can give feedback and the degree of anonymity conferred by each.

 


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