Reminder for Seniors about Morning Report
Please remember to check the morning report schedule and e-mail your assigned mentor 2-3 days before hand with what you are planning on discussing. Please also ask if they will be joining in-person or via Zoom.
If you are running late, please try to e-mail/text your mentor, especially if the attending is joining via Zoom.
BLS and ACLS courses available for residents
NYP EMS has availability for AHA training (BLS & ACLS) for house staff. For each date listed below you can sign up for either the Cornell campus or Columbia campus they are not offered simultaneously (The trainer will go to the site you pick). The training room at Columbia can host 20 participants. The training room at Cornell can host 25 participants. If you have house staff that need to take AHA training, please reach out to Pricilla Adams at email@example.com or 212-746-7877.
Elective Offering: ABC News
Documentation Update from Cornell, forwarded from Dr. Curato:
From Dr. Betty Chang: Trauma Activation Guidelines and Roles at Columbia.
Notice the similarities between criteria for a Columbia Trauma Code and a Cornell Level I Trauma; Columbia Trauma Alert Criteria are similar to Cornell Level II Trauma Activations. Both Trauma Codes and Alerts go to the DART room but surgery is only activated for Trauma Codes. Please see the attachments for details on resident roles and responsibilites AND for case examples.
From Dr. Marc Probst: New NIH-funded Syncope study – PACES.
Update from Support Services about Milstein Vending Machines
We are excited to announce that our Vicki Vending Machines located on the 2nd and 5th floors are now accepting QuickCharge!
Residents, Fellows and everyone enrolled in QuickCharge can now use your ID Badge to purchase food and beverages from the machine 24/7!
From Dr. Joyce Kuo: Camp Nejeda Physician Opportunity
Please see the attachment for information on doing a 1-2 week elective as camp physician. Camp Nejeda is “a large summer camp for children with Type 1 Diabetes in NJ.”
From Dr. Shah: Mattu EKG Competition
Amal Mattu is sharing his 9th Annual ECG Competition to all programs that would like to test their ability to interpret ECGs. Answers will be posted on www.ECGWeekly.com and will be FREE open access.
To get a copy of this years questions please download them from https://spaces.hightail.com/re
From Dr. Shah: EMRA Awards / Grants
Making Care Better: May Message of the Month
No conference this week due to Graduation on Thursday, June 3, 2021.
Congratulations Class of 2021!!!
Congrats on finishing your intern year! You've all grown so much this past year and glad you enjoyed your intern year retreat!