From Dr. Osman Sayan: Resident Scholarly Productivity
If you have engaged in scholarly productivity to date, please email Oz by tomorrow, Monday, June 15.
Please include the following information:
Graduating Class Year:
Publications to date including citation (if any):
Lectures or Teaching Experience(s) and date(s) (if any):
Topic or topic ideas:
Mentor (if any):
Meeting(s) with Research Committee (Sunday Clark or Bernard Chang) and date(s):
Please get this to Oz ASAP.
From Dr. Mark Curato: NYC HHC COVID Survey
We invite you to participate in a study examining the relationship between exposure to COVID-19, rates of infection, and impact on wellness of healthcare workers during the NYC area surge in March – April 2020.
There are still many questions about transmission of COVID-19 to healthcare workers and the types of patient care exposures that may increase risk. Data from this study may inform decisions on how medical trainees care for COVID-19 patients and assist healthcare leaders in providing appropriate support for medical staff. Your participation is tremendously valuable!
This is an IRB-exempted retrospective cohort study, participation involves only completing an online survey which takes about 8 minutes.
If you have any questions please contact Suzanne Bentley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Geoff Jara-Almonte (email@example.com)
Thank you for your help!
Link to survey: https://nychealthandhospitals.surveymonkey.com/r/HD9J6KJ
From Chef Collivot: Zoom Cooking at Home
For those interested, Chef Côme Collivot will be offering a zoom class to residents and attendings.
“I’m excited to have that first class with you!
I’ve selected a recipe that is easy but (very) good, and based on simple ingredients.
We’re going to make homemade pesto, and then use it to make a quick pasta dish.
I started to make my own pesto about 10y ago, and believe me it was a life changer ;).”
We will have the class on zoom (link below), next Thursday, June 18th at 7:30pm.
For recipe details, check your NYP email!
Looking forward to cooking together next week! In the mean time if you have any question of course feel free to reach out to me!
Have a great sunny day
From Dr. Joan Bregstein:
We as a group are committed to supporting our Washington Heights community and feel the loss of the community connection that comes with the annual SZM Health Fair.
This community has suffered tremendously during the pandemic and their needs for material goods and financial support are huge.
Nido de Esperanza, https://nidodeesperanzanyc.org, a community based organization on 175th and Broadway, serves a predominantly Latino community in WH with young children. They are totally dependent on grants and donations and they have a BEAUTIFUL ‘shop’ on the first floor of Christ Church where they allow local mothers to choose clothes and toys and books for their children on a weekly basis. They also have reading and parenting groups.
NED has identified a great need for the following items:
This is a great opportunity for us to join together and show this community we are there for them and want to help.
From Dr. Devjani Das: NYACEP Epic Newsletter
I currently curate articles for the Education Column in the quarterly NYACEP Epic newsletter. As things are unfolding in all of our lives, I think we all recognize the unique impact that these experiences are having for residents. With that in mind, and knowing that we have several strong writers among our residents, I wanted to reach out to the residency group to see if any of them would be interested in writing an article for the upcoming NYACEP newsletter? I was thinking an article directed towards the impact of racism within the medical community and how it specifically impacts residency learning would be a timely topic to tackle.
The deadline is July 15. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
From Dr. Kaushal Shah: Writing for emDOCS.net
For those interested in FOAM writing, consider submitting to emDOCS.net! For more information, check out the following document and email Kaush (email@example.com) to get in contact with Alex Koyfman.
From Dr. Radhika Sundararajan: SAEM Research Scholarship
For those senior residents interested in a research oriented career, consider applying for an SAEM Advanced Research and Methodology Evaluation and Design Scholarship.
To learn more, check out: https://www.saem.org/home/rams/armed-scholarship
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From Dr. Betty Chang and CNM Jenna Meyer: Columbia Flow Improvement
We understand there are current challenges in Area C due to the acuity and volume of behavioral health patients. We are looking to gather your feedback in attempt to improve current flow. Please complete the poll using the link below Monday June 15th.
Betty and Jenna
From Rosa Borenzstein: COVID documentation
If a COVID 19 test was ordered, please document if you informed patient of their COVID 19 test result.
If you did not inform patient of result because the test was not yet back, document this information on ED record and place a follow up order.
We receive many COVID test results daily.
It would be very helpful if we did not have to call every patient with results, if this information was already provided to patient during their ED stay.
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