From the Chiefs: Residency Deadlines
To help consolidate many of the important residency deadlines and dates, the chiefs and PMs have created a new addition to the weekly update and main page. Please refer to the following spreadsheet each week to make sure you’re compliant with all residency/NYP logistics. FYI: while we will do our best to keep this spreadsheet up to date, it is not a substitute for checking NYP email daily. And if you see something important missing from this list, please let us know!
From the Evaluation Sub-Committee: QR Code
You want feedback. Attendings want feedback too. To make sure we’re all getting what we want, the Evaluation Sub-Committee has help create these handy QR codes so that we can provide daily feedback to residents and faculty alike. It can also be found on the Resident tab on the website menu and hardcopies are scattered around both EDs.
Please bookmark this page so you can provide feedback on each shift! We want to encourage a culture where we all improve together, and hopefully these QR codes will make that process easier. Thanks!
From Dr. Nick Gavin: Sedation Options at Columbia
As of Monday, February 22, fentanyl and midazolam drips will be available for post-intubation sedation. Please consider prioritizing these medications over precedex in the appropriate patient population going forward.
From Dr. Kiran Pandit: Undergraduate Med Ed Analysis
From Dr. Jenny Castillo: Workplace Violence
Please contact Dr. Castillo (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’re interested in participating in a project on workplace violence. A copy of her proposal can be found here.
From Drs. Kevin Ching and Brian Leppert: Transition to Residency Education Opportunities
We’re looking for 3 PGY3/4 to help teach graduating MS4s both the basics of resuscitation and central line technique. Please consider teaching at the
From Dr. Rama Rao: Non-Binary ED Patients
Please take a moment to fill out the following survey regarding the care of our transgender and gender non-binary patients in the ED. Thank you!
From Dr. Daniel Golden: QIPS
Join our Council!! Opportunities now exist to learn how to perform Quality Improvement projects, obtain leadership positions, take part in scholarly projects, network, and make a difference!
The amount you participate is up to you. Contact Dan Golden at email@example.com or call/text 347-573-1681 if interested!
MCB Message of the Month
Early congratulations, fam - you will rock this exam! Do your best and stay strong!!