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Career Development Program:
Introduction to the 4th Year Colleges
Class of 2014 Meeting
January 7, 2013
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
The colleges are designed to strengthen career
advising, improve the quality and selection
of electives, provide a means of honing
clinical skills, and stimulate discussion on
the integration of the basic, social, and
clinical sciences relevant to the future
practice of medicine.
College activities include an introductory
course focused on advanced clinical skills and
decision making, a monthly series of evening
seminars, a scholarly project, and regular
advisory meetings.
Career Development Team
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4th year schedule and electives
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Residency application and interviews
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Special electives or away electives
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Scholarship Day poster or presentation
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Career planning
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General advice and guidance
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Finish Year 3
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College Foundations (July 8-12, 2013)
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USMLE Step 2 CK/CS (August Recommended)
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Interviews (October 2013-January 2014)
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Ranklist (Mid-February 2014)
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Match Day (March 21, 2014)
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Graduation (May 30, 2014)
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Dr. Neil Parker—Senior Associate Dean for Student Affairs
Dr. Margaret Stuber– Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, Wellbeing and Career Advising
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Aurora Reyes– Career Development Coordinator- Colleges
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Dr. Meredith Szumski– Director, Student Affairs
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Jason Bergschneider– Residency Application Counselor
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Gezelle Miller– Years 3 & 4 Counselor
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Monica Perkins– Electives Coordinator & Grad Checks
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Individual Mentoring
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Career and Residency Advising
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College Foundations (July 8-12, 2013)
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Review and Counseling on CPX
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ICU Elective
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Dinner Seminar Series
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Senior Scholarship Day
*Individual Colleges have additional requirements
Academic Medicine College
Acute Care College
Academic Focus
• Anesthesiology
• Emergency Medicine
• Adult Critical Care
• Pediatric Critical Care
•Subspecialties in :
•Medicine
•Pediatrics
•Pathology
•Other specialties
Primary Care College
Applied Anatomy College
• Family Medicine
• Geriatrics
• Internal Medicine
• Obstetrics & Gynecology
• Pediatrics
• PM&R
• Psychiatry
• General Surgery & Subspecialties
• Surgical Specialties
• Pathology
• Radiology
• Other Specialties
All students must submit their
College selection by
Thursday, March 21
Please proceed to 13-105 CHS
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
Chair
Jodi Friedman, MD
Vice-Chairs
Arthur Gomez, MD
Alice Kuo, MD
Dan Lee, MD
To support students who are
considering a career in primary care
and seeking a solid foundation in
general clinical medicine
Family Medicine
Geriatrics
Internal Medicine
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Pediatrics
Psychiatry
• Foundations Week
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Workshops
Didactics
CPX reviews
Simulator sessions
• Dinner Seminars
 Attend six
• Community Service
• Scholarly Project
Curriculum
Designed by incoming class with help from prior class
suggestions
Goals
• To teach what was perceived as ”under-taught” during
the first 3 years of medical school
• Excel on sub-internships
• Success in the 4th Year – Resident Panel
• Diagnostic Imaging
• Practical Dermatology
• In-House Emergencies
• Geriatric / Pediatric Emergencies
• Ventilator Management
• EKG Interpretation
• Pain Management
• Simulator Sessions
Monday
July 9
9:00-9:30
Welcome
Tuesday
July 10
8:00-9:50
Ventilator
Management
9:30-10:20
Global Health
10:30-12:00
Pediatric
“Knee Jerks”
Wednesday
July 11
8:00-9:20
Geriatric Emergencies
Thursday
July 12
8:30-9:30
Practical Dermatology
Lecture
Friday
July 13
8:00-9:50
In-House Emergencies
9:30-11:00
Pain Management/
Palliative Care
9:30-10:50
Practical Dermatology Lab
10:00-12:00
Jeopardy
11:00-12:30
Concurrent Sessions-LRC
A. Patient Sim
B. Pediatric
Emergencies
12:30-2:00
PCC Luncheon
Diagnostic
Imaging
10:00-10:50
Adult Radiology
11:30-12:30
Job Opportunities in
PCC
11:00-11:50
Pediatric
Radiology
12:00-1:00
Lunch
12:00-1:00
Success in the 4th
Year Panel
1:00-2:50
EKG
Interpretation
1:00-2:50
Acid-Base Made
Ridiculously
Simple
3:00-5:00
CPX Review
3:00-5:00
CPX Review
PPD Placement
12:30-12:50
1:00-2:00
Scholarship
Dr. Alice Kuo
12:30-1:30
SAO Policies Lunch Talk
1:30-3:00
Concurrent Sessions-LRC
A. Pediatric
Emergencies
B. Patient Sim
3:00-5:00
CPX Review
Jamaica Elective
Presentation
Career Satisfaction in
Primary Care
Specialties
PPD Readings
2:00-2:30
• 4th Year Schedule Advising Meeting for class of 2014: March 20
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Career & Residency Advising
Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry
Complementary Medicine & Nutrition
Geriatrics
International Health
Pediatrics
Public Health & Care for Underserved Populations
Sports Medicine
Women’s Health
Clinical or Academic Longitudinal Experience that may include teaching
activities, research, or direct patient care…
• Minimum equivalent of six (6) half-day sessions over course of year
• Underserved populations
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UMMA Clinic
Union Rescue Mission
Salvation Army Clinic
Venice Family Clinic
OPCC
• Teaching Assistantship (Doctoring 4) & PBL
• Mentored research or special project that involves community outreach
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Required to present at
Senior Scholarship Day
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Original research
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Case report
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Curricular innovation
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Community outreach
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
Chair
Gary Schiller, MD
Vice Chair
Gary Satou, MD
To develop individualized educational pathways
for students who are/have:
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Considering an academic career involving teaching
and research
Attracted to subspecialty careers in which research
will play a part
Enjoyed and want to continue their STTP summer
research project
Remain actively engaged in research
To develop:
 Skills
in asking questions and reasoning
 Skills in clinical, translational or basic investigation
 Interpretive skills & understanding the literature
 Teaching skills
 Intellectual collaboration with a mentor
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All subspecialties of Medicine, Pediatrics, or
Pathology
Academic focus on clinical, translational or basic
research
Clinical practice in a Medical, Pediatric or Surgical
subspecialty
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Meet with mentor & discuss career planning
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Full-day attendance & participation for all scheduled events
during Foundations Week
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Attend at least 6 dinner seminars during 2013-14
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One Subspecialty in Medicine, Pediatrics or Surgery
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Participate in Scholarship Day
Monday
July 9
Tuesday
July 10
Wednesday
July 11
Thursday
July 12
Friday
July 13
8:00 ‐ 8:30
Introduction to the
Academic Medicine College
8:00 ‐ 9:00
Presentation of Small
Groups: Emerging Clinical
Questions in Cardiology
8:00 ‐ 9:00
Non-Inferiority Clinical
Trials: Theory,
Problems, Practice
8:00 ‐ 9:00
Academic Medicine,
What
Is It?
8:00-8:30
Presentation of Small
Groups: Emerging Clinical
Questions
8:30-9:30
The History of Biomedical
Science
9:00 ‐ 10:00
Developing Clinical
Competence
9:00 ‐ 11:00
9:00 ‐ 10:00
Medicine Under
Dictatorship
8:30-9:30
Learning to Teach
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9:30-10:30
Health Services Research
9:30-10:30
Promoting Clinical
Reasoning
10:00-11:00
Interpreting the
Pulmonary Function
10:30-11:00
Skills in Developing a
Smooth Physical Exam
11:00 ‐ 12:00
How a Radiologist
Approaches a Chest X‐Ray
11:00-12:00
Translational
Research: What is It?
11:00-12:00
How a Clinician Thinks
12:00-12:15
PPD Placement
12:00-1:00
Lunch
12:30-1:30
Lunch
12:00-1:00
SAO Policies Lunch Talk
12:15-1:00
Lunch
1:00-2:00
How to Interface with
the Clinical Lab:
Everything the Intern
Needs to Know
1:30 ‐ 2:30
Interpreting the
Peripheral Blood Smear
2:00 ‐ 3:00
Medical Mistakes
2:30 ‐ 3:30
Emerging Clinical
Questions in
Hematology‐ Oncology
Group 1
SIMULATION SESSIONS
Emerging Clinical Questions
in Cardiology
Group 2
1:00 ‐ 2:00 Emerging Clinical
Questions in Cardiology
1:00-3:00
Ventilator Management
Skills
3:00-4:00
Interpreting EKGs
SIMULATION SESSIONS
3:30-5:00
CPX Reviews
4:00-5:30
CPX Reviews
Epidemiology and
Biostatistics
10:00 ‐ 12:00
Medical Ethics
3:00-3:15
Research Consent
3:15-4:45
CPX Reviews
12:00-12:30
PPD Readings
3:30-5:00
CPX Reviews
10:30 ‐ 11:30
Learning How to Write a
Scientific Paper
11:30-12:30
Residency—How Do I
Make Myself Look Good?
12:30-1:30
Lunch Session:
What to Expect and How
to Handle Residency
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The Dollars & Sense of Academic Medicine
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Utilizing Medical Resources from a Systems Perspective &
Keeping the Patient as the Center of the Medical Mission
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Simulator Session
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Skills for the House Officer
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How to Run a Clinical Practice
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Mock Interviews
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Residency: What are Programs Looking For?
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Making a Career in Basic & Translational Research
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Deciding What You Really Want in Life & Career
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Medicine & the Pharmaceutical Industry
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
Chair
Wendy Coates, MD
Directors
Pamela Dyne, MD, Preclinical
Ed Ha, MD, Critical Care/Hospitalist
Jaime Jordan, MD, Asynchronous Learning
Dan Runde, MD, Simulation Education
Tahlia Spector, MD, Continuing Education
Jennifer Nguyen-Lee, MD, Anesthesiology
Kelly Young, MD, Research
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Provide Mentorship
Foster Time-Based Decision Making
Broaden Clinical Correlation of Physiology,
Anatomy & Pharmacology to Acute Care
Probe Ethical & Psychosocial Aspects of Crisis
Management
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Anesthesiology
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Emergency Medicine
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Adult Critical Care
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Pediatric Critical Care
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Cardiology, Pulmonary Medicine, Hospitalist
Cardiology, Neonatology
Hospitalist
Emergency Medicine
• 3-week sub-internship
Clinical Correlation of Physiology, Anatomy &
Pharmacology
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3-week consultation service
ICU Rotation
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3-week sub-internship
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Emphasis
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Procedures
Critical thinking & assessment skills
Two presenting complaints per day
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E.g., chest pain, shock
8:00830AM
8:309:15AM
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Welcome Breakfast
& Orientation
Professionalism
Overview &
Breakfast
Overview &
Breakfast
Overview &
Breakfast
Core Topic:
Shock
Core Topic:
Acute Abdomen
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Core Topic:
Dyspnea
Approach to Trauma
Orientation to
Cadaver Lab
9:4510:15AM
Airway
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9:15-9:30 Break
9:15 9:45 AM
Friday
Vascular Access
Emergency
Procedures
EKGs
Pain Mgmt
Break
Break
Break
Concurrent Sessions
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Cadaver Lab
III: Emergency
Procedures
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Simulator II &
Debriefing
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Radiology
/Head CT
Concurrent Sessions
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BTLS
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Emergency
Bedside
Ultrasound
Concurrent
Sessions
Medical Cases
Simulator III
& Debriefing
How to Shine
on your Sub I’s
Class Photo
The Scholarly Project
Chest Pain
11:45 12:45PM
Break
10:30AM
-5:45PM
Concurrent Sessions
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Cadaver Lab I:
Airway
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Simulator I
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Concurrent
Sessions
Cadaver Lab
II: Vascular
Access
Suturing
Ventilator
Mgmt.
CPX Review &
Demo
Jeopardy
Dinner Seminars
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Welcome/Future Opportunities Evening Seminar: TBD
 4th year schedule advising for the class of 2014
Acute Care Education
 Progressive topics using small group sessions &
simulation
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Practice Management Skills
 e.g., medicolegal, interview techniques, residency
selection
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Personal Management Topics
 e.g., stress management, investment strategies, how to be
a good intern
Academic Medicine
Acute Care
Applied Anatomy
Primary Care
Urban Underserved
Applied Anatomy College
Jonathan R. Hiatt, MD
Professor of Surgery
Vice Dean for Faculty
Applied Anatomy College
Goals
Mission
Faculty and staff
Disciplines
Requirements
Program
AAC Goals
To make the 4th yr educationally meaningful
To make the residency match a manageable,
survivable, and successful process
AAC Mission
To develop the knowledge and skills to
support a career choice in specialties for
which expertise in anatomy is critical.
AAC Faculty and Staff
Kathleen Brown, Radiology
Christian DeVirgilio, Surgery
Lynn Gordon, Ophthalmology
Jonathan Hiatt, Surgery
Aurora Reyes, Coordinator
AAC Disciplines
Surgery and specialties
Ophthalmology
Pathology
Physical medicine and rehabilitation
Radiology
Radiation oncology
Ob/GYN
Dermatology
AAC Requirement
At least three weeks of Radiology
Any level
Established courses preferred
AAC Program
Foundations week
Evening seminars
Counseling
Sr. Scholarship Day
AAC Foundations
Didactic knowledge
and skills for 4th yr.
Seminars
Skills sessions
Anatomy dissection
AAC Foundations
8:00
Monday, July 9th
8:00 – 8:30
Breakfast,
Introduction &
Announcements
Tuesday, July 10th
8:00 – 8:30
Breakfast &
Announcements
Wednesday, July 11th
8:00 – 8:30
Breakfast &
Announcements
Thursday, July 12th
8:00 – 8:30
Breakfast &
Announcements
Friday, July 13th
8:00-8:30
Breakfast &
Announcements
8:30 – 9:15
Dissection/Suturing
Lectures
8:30 – 12:00
Concurrent
Sessions
8:30-11:45
Lecture Topics:
8:30 – 12:30
Lecture Topics:
8:30-9:45
Lecture Topic:
Pain Management
On Call Emergencies—
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Urology
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Ophthalmology
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Neurosurgery
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OB/GYN
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ENT
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Orthopaedics
Thoracic Radiology
9:00
Ventilator
Management
9:15-11:45
Surgical Anatomy
& Suturing Lab:
Using a Rat Model
Simulators
Cadaver Dissection
C-Line, A-Line, Chest tube
and Foley
12:00
12:00-1:00
Lunch Break
12:00-1:30
Lunch Break
Individual Meetings
with Chairs
Interventional
Radiology
GI Radiology
EKG’s for the Intern
on Call
11:45-12:45
College Photo and Picnic
9:45-12:00
Skills & Techniques
Concurrent Sessions
Advanced Suturing:
Eyes
Advanced Suturing:
Vascular
Knot Tying &
Doppler
12:30-1:30
Lunch Break
Individual Meetings
with Chairs
Ultrasound
Casting/Splinting
Radiology of Lines
12:00-1:00
Lunch Break
1:00-5:00
Lecture Topics:
Ultrasound
1:30-5:30
Concurrent
Sessions
1:00-5:00
Skills & Techniques
Concurrent Sessions
Ventilator
Management
Chest Tubes/Surgical
Airways
Neuroradiology
Simulators
Intubation
Pathology
C-Line
CPX Reviews
A-Line
1:30-5:30
Concurrent Sessions
Cadaver Dissection
1:00-3:15 PM
Skills & Techniques
Concurrent Sessions
Pathology
Advanced Suturing:
Eyes
CPX Reviews
Advanced Suturing:
Vascular
Infectious Diseases
Musculoskeletal
Radiology
Knot Tying &
Doppler
Ultrasound
Casting/Splinting
Radiology of Lines
3:30-4:30 PM
Jeopardy!
5:00
AAC Seminars
Overview of application process
Mock interviews
Ranking strategies
Global health
Wellbeing, finances, conflict management…
AAC Counseling
Two advisors: College chair and mentor
All aspects of the application process
Where to apply
Letters of recommendation
Personal statements
Interview preparation
College
Room
Session 1
Session 2
Session 3
Academic Medicine
College
53-105
7:35-8:00
8:05-8:30
8:35-9:00
Acute Care College
73-105
7:35-8:00
8:05-8:30
8:35-9:00
Applied Anatomy College
63-105
7:35-8:00
8:05-8:30
8:35-9:00
Primary Care College
23-105
7:35-8:00
8:05-8:30
8:35-9:00

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