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Graduate Medical Education

Educational Activities

Surgical critical care

Fellows will receive multidisciplinary clinical and didactic instruction in current practice of critical care. Our educational curriculum highlights include:

  • Leading the ICU rounding team rounding for the Surgical, Neuro, Cardiac, and Medical critical care services
  • Comprehensive clinical training from a robust team across many different specialties
  • Point of Care Critical Care Ultrasound Training
  • Directing and overseeing trauma alerts and resuscitations
  • Training in advanced trauma and critical care skills, such as REBOA, bronchoscopy, advanced ventilation strategies, renal replacement therapy, ECMO and more
  • Online structured didactic curriculum with biweekly review sessions with faculty member
  • Mentorship program pairing each fellow with an established attending physician
  • Supplemental critical care workshops and lecture series focusing on various aspects of advanced critical care skills
  • Optional international rotation with SLISS, the St. Luke’s International Surgical Studies group, with current projects in Cameroon and Guatemala
  • Many elective rotations available, including: Palliative medicine, burn, transplant, toxicology, EMS and critical care transport, research, and more
  • Participation in trauma center PI and exposure to trauma center operations
  • Annual In-training examination
  • Present at critical care grand rounds and critical care quality improvement
  • Actively participate in education of advanced practitioners, residents, and medical students