Resident of the Month
Congratulations to February's Resident of the Month: Mary Gover!!!
Firm 3, PGY3
Below are some comments made about Mary’s performance:
“…mature, eager to learn and a terrific job in supervising her team.”
"Mary was insightful, supportive and a constant role model. She taught us often, using primary literature that was up to date and pertinent. She gave us the necessary independence to learn, while providing responsible oversight and guidance. When interacting with patients, she was able to show empathy and connect to patients, providing a goal to strive towards. "
“Mary was such an asset to our team. She would approach us (the team) with questions about our patients in a nonthreatening way with many teaching points to give us and articles for reference. ….she is able to synthesize information so quickly and can use her knowledge to teach us. ….she is kind and supportive to all of the patients and always made them feel comfortable. She is the best resident I have ever seen!”
We are proud of all of our hard working residents! Please take a moment to vote at RockNResident@gmail.com.
Congratulations to our 2015-2016 academic year Chief Residents!
Firm 1 – Rebecca Braunstein
Firm 2 – Noa Shwartz
Firm 3 – Scott Schafler
PC/SIM – Jonathan Giftos
Ambulatory Chief – Mayce Mansour
Please see Dr C's email for thoughtful words about each future chief!
Our interviews are over. THANK YOU to all those who helped out with recruitment giving tours, answering questions and lunch and mingling during our socials.
Save the Date
Second Annual Job / Fellowship Fair - Thursday May 1st, Grand Hall 5:30-8pm
Program Graduation- For all PGY3 and preliminary PGY1's, Wednesday June 18th, 8am
PCSM Graduation - Saturday, June 21st
Electronic Occurrence Reporting
Weiler Conference Schedule
Department of Medicine
Annual Resident/Fellow Research Symposium
Tuesday, June 3rd 2014
All residents and fellows in the Department of Medicine are invited to present their research at the Symposium.
Prizes will be awarded for the best presentations.
Eligible trainees: All residents and fellows who have ongoing research projects or who have presented at other meetings; Case reports/clinical vignettes are also accepted.
5:00 to 6:30 PM - Viewing of posters in the Grand Hall
6:30 to 7:00 PM - Awarding of prizes
Abstracts are due via email to: Bettina Fries, MD Associate Professor of Medicine, Microbiology and Immunology, email@example.com
Please adhere to Abstract Guidelines and Submission Deadline:
1) 1 page in length (at most)/ single spaced
2) formatted for 8.5" x 11" document
c) body of abstract (intro/methods/results/conclusion)
4) Poster board is 5 ft across/6 ft high. Pushpins will be provided.
Deadline for submission May 18, 2014
Please engage your research mentor in helping you with your abstract and poster.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact
Dr. Fries or Dr. Conigliaro