Graduate Medical Education

Educational Activities

Emergency

The residents of the St. Luke’s Emergency Medicine Residency Program enjoy well-rounded and interactive learning experiences as they train to become excellent physicians capable of managing every condition that might be encountered in any emergency department across the country. In addition to ever-present bedside teaching, educational tools we use include workshops, self-directed learning, journal club, and weekly grand round conferences.

    • 1st Wednesday of each month
    • 12 – 4 pm (lunch provided)
    • Held at the home of one of our faculty members
    • Residents excused from clinical rotations to attend
  • All our Emergency Medicine Residents attend the following training:

    • Basic Life Support
    • Advanced Airway Course
    • Advanced Cardiac Life Support
    • Advanced Trauma Life Support
    • Pediatric Advanced Life Support
    • Fundamental Critical Care Support
    • Base Station Command Physician
    • Bedside Ultrasound Training Course
    • Simulation Training
    • Procedure Lab

    Optional Training includes:

    • Hazardous Materials Decontamination (Operations Level)
    • Thursdays, 8 am – 1 pm (food provided)
    • Structured curriculum with monthly topics of focus
    • Small Group Workshops
    • Special topics include:
      • Morbidity & Mortality Conference
      • Written & Oral Board Review Sessions
      • Resident Case Presentations
      • Outside guest speakers
    • Residents excused from clinical rotations to attend