South Campus Pediatric Emergency Medicine Track
Track director: Hans Bradshaw, MD
- Core reading curriculum (multimedia to keep interesting, i.e. 5-10 selected articles, Rosen chapter, pertinent EMRAPs)
- Quarterly meetings to discuss content (option is attending the Peds EM journal club)
- ScholarQuest project aligning with track (per individual interest)
- Quality Improvement project aligning with track (can develop from SC ED pediatric readiness, i.e. newborn warmer or airway rolls)
- At least one (1) elective aligning with track (options include, but not limited to, senior "north pod pretending month," PedED electives at TMC, Rady Children’s or Phoenix Children's, pediatric sexual assault elective at SACASA or Peds anesthesia elective)
- Participation in regional, state or national committee related to track (AAEM or ACEP Peds sections or AAP)
- Will accept 1-2 residents per class
South Campus Rural, Border, Global Health Track
Track Director: Bradley Dreifuss, MD
- Core reading curriculum (multimedia, selected articles, book chapters, pertinent podcasts).
- Quarterly journal club dinners to discuss content.
- ScholarQuest (research) project aligning with track.
- Quality Improvement project aligning with track. We hope to provide opportunities for involvement in collaborative QI projects at rural and global EM sites for residents to complete during their rotations.
- At least one (1) rural or border 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), in addition to mandatory SC global elective.
- Participation in regional or state, national, or international committee related to track scope.
- Attendance at regional or state rural health conference.
- Will accept 4 residents per class (depending on interest and resources).