Stony Brook
EMergency Medicine
Residency

(631) 444-3880

 

101 Nicolls Road,

Stony Brook, NY 11794

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Copyright 2019 Designed by Michael Beck MD

Lecture Requirements

All residents will be expected to give lectures during conference over the course of the year.  You will have the days of these lectures for the entire year and you can switch with other residents but that has to be approved by Dr Morley and myself.  All talks needs to be run by a faculty mentor prior to being given, you can find a mentor from any faculty member or Dr Morley, Dr. Johnson, Dr Conrad, or Dr Cohen will be willing to.  It will be expected that at least 1 week prior to your talk you have an outline to the faculty mentor.  Two days prior to your talk you must have a pdf of your reference lists, three key bullet points that are the main learning objectives for your talk, and your powerpoint slides that you will use emailed to Dr Morley and myself.  These will be posted on the resident portal which is a password protected part ofwww.stonybrookem.com the password is “scottjohnson”.  

We are fortunate to have HSC Librarian Jennifer Lyon (Jennifer A. Lyon, MS, MLIS, AHIP
Biomedical & Translational Research Librarian,Health Sciences Library;jennifer.a.lyon@stonybrook.edu
613-444-3102) available as a resource to help with the literature searches for your talks.  It is expected that for the 3rd year Grand rounds lecture, the 2nd year evidence based medicine lecture, and the first year introduction to your research project lecture that you will set up and meet with her at least 1 month prior to your presentation.  

Google Calendar

Website link for a website version of the calendar: https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=33m4qliasv3ktsuhco58vna2jg%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/New_York

Requirements by year

 

Third Year Residents:

Three Board Reviews-each resident will be expected to run the board review session prior to conference, there will be an attending present but you will run the board review.  You are expected to have prepared material to review the materials covered in the Carol Rivers review book assigned readings.  You are free to review the material anyway you think will be most educationally beneficial.  You will review the material with the attending that is assigned to the board review for that week.

One 30 min Grand Rounds Lecture.  This lecture will be given on the first wed of each month prior to the M&M.  This lecture can be on any topic you feel interested in and does not need to be related to the block we are in.  It is expected that this lecture make use of primary literature including journal articles, review articles, and clinical policy statements.  Uptodate and Rosens should not be used.  This should be of the same caliper lecture that would be given by a Grand Rounds speaker and have well researched data and references. Please make sure to make use of Jennifer Lyon.

One 10 minute case review.  This should be a short review of an interesting case that you had taken care of in the ED and should have 1 or 2 key learning objectives that the case reinforces.  

 

Second Year Residents:

One Core Content lecture 30 min long that will be on a topic related to the block we are covering.  Material covered should be high yield and educational.

One evidence based medicine lecture 30 minutes in length.  This should make use of primary literature including journal articles, review articles, and clinical policy statements.  Uptodate and Rosens should not be used.  This should look at a clinical question based on a FOAMed post or podcast and be related to the block we are currently covering.  Please make sure to make use of Jennifer Lyon.

 

One 10 minute case review.  This should be a short review of an interesting case that you had taken care of in the ED and should have 1 or 2 key learning objectives that the case reinforces.  

 

First Year Residents:

One 10 minute case review.  This should be a short review of an interesting case that you had taken care of in the ED and should have 1 or 2 key learning objectives that the case reinforces.

 

One 10 min presentation explaining your ideal for your research project.  This will be at the end of the year and it is expected that you have meet with a faculty member who will be your project advisor and have come up with a topic for your research project.  It is not expected that this contain any data.  But, rather this is a research proposal for your project that you will work on over the next two years and will present at research day prior to graduation.   Please make sure to make use of Jennifer Lyon.