From Dr. Adria Simon: Recruitment Goals 2021-2022
Mind the Gap: Social Disparities of Health Curriculum
From Dr. Oz Sayan regarding Columbia Morning Report:
“We need the clinical faculty to ensure that all trainees are released with enough time to get to Morning Report at 9:15am. Late arrival disrupts the learning for all.” This will be messaged to the faculty as well.
NEW From our Columbia ICU Colleauges: Critical Care Trial Infographic of the Week – The “65 Trial”
What do you think? How does this apply in an ED vs. ICU setting?
Here’s a link to a Powerpoint with Prior Infographics: EBM PPT
From Dr. Adria Simon: Columbia Moonlighting
If you are a senior resident who received an email from Adria noting eligibility (explained in another email) you may moonlight! You would be working as a junior and the pay would be $100/hr.
Note that the exact side (B/C) may be subject to change prior to the shift.
Tuesday 8/31 Green 12p-12a
Thursday 9/2 Blue 8p-8:30a
Friday 9/3 Green 12p-12a
Saturday 9/4 Green 12p-12a
Sunday 9/5 Green 12p-12a
Friday 9/10 Green 12p-12a
Saturday 9/11 Green 12p-12a
Sunday 9/12 Green 12p-12a
Friday 9/17 Blue 8p-8:30a
To pick up one of these shifts, please email Adria your desired date (s) with a completed copy of the GME moonlighting form (see Adria’s 8/20 email).
Please fill out as follows:
Check the box that states: “Coverage within the scope of my residency program.”
Name of Institution: NYP
Professional Liability coverage is: NYP-MCIC
As a reminder, moonlighting counts towards your duty hours requirements so please reference your schedule to ensure that any dates requested don’t violate the duty hours policy (no more than 60 clinical hours a week, equivalent # of hours off as the length of shift worked, 24h off per 7 day period).
Reminders from the Cornell Opertions Leadership:
This is a handy way to keep track of these patients while they are still physically in the ED (and prevent ED staff from prematurely remove them from the trackboard).
We hope this is particularly useful to our ED nurses who are tracking patient flow!
From the ED trackboard, right click on the colored “Status” column on the far left.
Then select “Patient Status.”
Then select “DC Awaiting Transport.”
3. We have 2 new ED trackboard views called “My + Attending Unassigned” and “My + Provider Unassigned” to help you pick up patients.
You may need to click on the “Wrench” icon on the ED trackboard to add these views.
The “My + Attending Unassigned” view shows your patients (the ones that you’ve assigned yourself to) plus patients who have no attending assigned (even if a resident/APP is assigned). This replaces the old “My + Unassigned” view.
The “My + Provider Unassigned” view shows your patients plus patients who do not have ANY provider assigned (attending or resident/APP).
4. You can now review Pulse Checks in the ED Narrator Event Log (for nursing) and the ED Patient Care Timeline.
Message from Dr. Peter Steele on ED Walk-Outs:
Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine 9th Ed – Chapters 135-137 (WCM for residents)
Telemedicine opinion pieces and cohort study (see attached)
Telemedicine Physical Exam Video Link
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