Subspecialty Residency Tracks

Leadership & Administrative Track (up to 2 per year)
Track directors:  Lisa Stoneking, MD; Matt Berkman, MD; Scott Lowry, MD
Core requirements:

  • Core reading curriculum
  • Residency program ED CCG (clinical consensus group) liaison. Quarterly CCG conference debriefings with ED CCG reps/EM faculty leads
  • ScholarQuest project/Quality Improvement project aligning with track (creation/formalization of an SBAR/CCG guideline to be subsequently presented to the ED CCG by the attending EM CCG reps)
  • Attend one monthly administrative meeting (Ed ops, GME, quality and safety)
  • One 2-week administrative selective
  • Participation in a leadership conference 
  • Graduated level of responsibilities in the track – senior mentorship of junior residents on SBAR/CCG guidelines
     

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Track (up to 2 per year)
Track director:  Hans Bradshaw, MD
Core requirements:

  • Core reading curriculum
  • Quarterly meetings to discuss content
  • ScholarQuest project aligning with track
  • Quality Improvement project aligning with track
  • At least one (1) elective aligning with track
  • Participation in regional, state or national committee related to track

Rural/Border/Global Health Track (up to 4 per year)
Track directors: Bradley Dreifuss, MD and Ramesh Karra, MD
Core requirements:

  • Core reading curriculum, including the online models for Practitioner’s Guide to Global Health - https://www.edx.org/course/practitioners-guide-global-health-bux-globalh...
  • Quarterly meetings to discuss content
  • ScholarQuest/Quality Improvement project aligning with track
  • At least one (1) rural, border or global selective aligning with track (options will likely include, but are not limited to:  Show Low, Sells, Tuba City, Holy Cross, Chinle, TseHootsooi Medical Center (Fort Defiance), Prescott Hospital, Copper Queen Hospital, Supai/Hualapai Health Center, Hopi Health Center, White River IHS, Flagstaff, Sierra Vista, Yuma), OR in the UACOM 3-week global health course offered by the Office of Global and Border Health
  • Mandatory SC global elective
  • Participation in regional, state, national, or international committee related to track
  • Attendance at regional or state rural health conference