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Top 10 Educational Initiatives from the Chief Resident Incubator

2017-10-13T15:03:09+00:00

Chief Resident Incubator, known colloquially as the CRincubator, which for the first time brought together in one virtual space chief residents from EM programs coast to coast. The inaugural class used this opportunity to meet with mentors in EM, discuss difficult situations of being chief residents, and collaborate on projects in areas of education, wellness/public health, leadership and administration. As the academic year comes to an end we want to highlight the top 10 projects that were accomplished by chiefs involved in the CRincubator.

[fusion_content_boxes layout=”icon-with-title” columns=”1″ icon_align=”left” title_size=”” backgroundcolor=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_radius=”” iconcolor=”#00b092″ circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” icon_size=”” link_type=”” link_area=”” animation_delay=”” animation_offset=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″ margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” class=”” id=””] [fusion_content_box title=”Emergency Medicine Fact Board (University of California Irvine)” icon=”fa-windows” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Resident: Kimberly Sokol

Not having enough time to study outside of the department + the ability of any EM resident to multitask = The Emergency Medicine Fact Board! We designed this continuous feed of short bullet-pointed facts in question/answer format to play on an iPad posted in our ED charting area. Question topics followed the curriculum block subject (i.e. cardiology, endocrinology, trauma). Each fact switches after 17 seconds, allowing a resident to do a bit of flashcard-style studying while in between patients. My co-residents have all expressed satisfaction with this mode of learning, and I’d love to see this board in other departments throughout the country.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Faculty Lightning Rounds (George Washington University)” icon=”fa-bolt” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Resident: Fareen Zaver

Inspired by SAEM Lightning Oral presentations, Faculty Lightning Rounds was introduced into our Grand Rounds Curriculum 1-2 times a month. The purpose was two-fold. The first was to increase faculty involvement in our Grand Rounds, and the second was to incorporate a lively, informative, and interactive presentation style for residents to learn from and emulate. Faculty were given 15 minutes to discuss basic core content, and then supplement that information with pertinent studies and evidence based medicine. Most often, the content covered “hot topics” in EM. After presenting the information, they then opened the floor to an interactive portion with audience participation – allowing for comments and to field questions.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Wellness Committee (Hennepin County)” icon=”fa-smile-o” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Residents: Glenn Paetow, Ricky Dhaliwal, Lauren Klein, Evan Kirshner, Jackie Gadbois

This year we created a Wellness Committee to actively combat signs of burnout that our residents were experiencing. This group focused on creating opportunities to improve resident wellness both inside and outside of the work place. To begin the year, they instituted a 24 hour resident retreat focusing on building relationships with co-residents and created a monthly Wellness Newsletter to highlight resident achievements, announce social outings, and post tips on improving resident wellness. Over the course of the year, they have kept tabs on symptoms of burnout through a monthly survey, the “Resident Wellness Vitals,” which has kept a finger on the pulse of residency morale through an anonymous form asking about depersonalization of patients, fatigue, frustration with patients of different backgrounds or cultures, sense of purpose, and compassion. They have instituted group yoga sessions to promote mindfulness and twice a year ask staff ED physicians to babysit a group of residents’ kids for an evening so that everyone can spend a night out together. Finally, they hosted a night of story-telling and reflection on the difficult aspects of EM, a night they called “Equilibrium: True Stories from the ED”, where residents and faculty shared stories of tough cases and how they dealt with them emotionally as well as talking about concrete ways to combat burnout while working in the ED.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Resident Olympics (University of Illinois Chicago)” icon=”fa-trophy” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Resident: Maggie Sheehy

UIC Resident OlympicsThe UIC Resident Olympics was adapted from Dr. Adaira Chou’s original design, which she implemented at NYU. It consisted of 9 stations testing core EM content, such as EKGs, ABGs, splinting, rashes, and toxicology. Teams were encouraged to wear uniforms, come up with creative names (such as Lord Have MRSA), and put their brains together to overcome the mental feats set before them by attendings. The top 2 teams competed in a head to head impromptu lecture competition to win the trophy and be named the champions of the Brown Coat Cup!

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Ortho H’orderves (University of California in San Francisco at SFGH)” icon=”fa-instagram” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Residents: Maria Beylin, Sally Graglia, Juan Carlos Montoy

Ankle DrawingInspired by a needs assessment of our curriculum, the Ortho H’orderves project has been led by a fabulous senior resident, Dr. Luz Silverio, who has incorporated these cases into her own educational blog Silverio Lining. Every week at conference, residents either receive an email of an orthopedics case; answers are released at the end of conference. The “Ortho H’orderves” project features a visual prompt with a one liner about the case accompanied by a couple thought-provoking questions. For example, “1) What is the injury identified on the x-ray? 2) What are frequently associated injuries with this injury pattern? 3) What is the appropriate immediate and follow up management of this injury?” A follow-up email gives answers, including references and key pearls, often with amazing diagrams drawn by Dr. Silverio.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Intern Curriculum (University of Chicago)” icon=”fa-reddit” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Resident: Eric Shappell

EM FundamentalsEM Fundamentals is the online asynchronous content companion to our novel flipped-classroom intern curriculum at the University of Chicago. We use a combination of third-party FOAM, primary literature, and original content to guide learners through topics including true emergencies, common complaints, and essential skills (procedures). Follow us on Twitter! @EMFundamentals or visit EMFundamentals.blogspot.com

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”EM Service Day (George Washington University)” icon=”fa-child” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Residents: Stefanie Gilbert, Fareen Zaver

GWU Service DayThe EM residents at George Washington University have a yearly EM Service Day. Our goal is to give back to our local DC community outside of the clinical environment. This year we volunteered with Bread for the City, a local program that provides vulnerable residents of Washington, DC with food, clothing, medical care, and legal and social services. We worked outdoors at a fruit orchard maintained by Bread for the City and the fruits of our labor were distributed to clients through their food pantries.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Real Time Lecture Evaluation (Icahn SOM at Mount Sinai)” icon=”fa-sliders” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Resident: Felipe Teran

With the goal to get more and better feedback for our presenters at EM conference, we have created a system we have called Real Time Lecture Evaluation (RETLE): A High Yield Feedback System for Academic Presentations. This system attempts to overcome the main problems we found when trying to get feedback: (1) Lack of response or low response rate and (2) poor quality of feedback when this was not obtained in real time. We designed and implemented a feedback system using Google Forms, and so collected responses come straight into a spreadsheet. The feedback form is sent via gmail with a link, that people in the audience can open immediately on their Smartphones and fill out in real time. This takes 10 seconds, and had yielded response rates of 60%- 90%.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Ask the Pros Q&A (Hennepin County)” icon=”fa-user” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Residents: Glenn Paetow, Ricky Dhaliwal, Lauren Klein, Evan Kirshner, Jackie Gadbois

This curricular innovation was implemented to help residents improve their ED management through a panel discussion with attending physicians in different sub-specialty fields, including Hand Orthopedics, ENT, Urology, etc. We wanted to have the residents hear directly from the sub-specialists about common pitfalls such as partial tendon injury evaluation and repair or complex auricular laceration repairs and get follow-up on patients that they had sent to the sub-specialty clinics after an ED visit. This session helped residents fine-tune their clinical practice and created a forum to ask sub-specialist questions about the subsequent outpatient management of patients.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Morning Report: Emergency Medicine (UTSW/Parkland Memorial)” icon=”fa-file-o” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Chief Resident: Alec Weir

MREM Alec WeirResidents in our program were asking for more time during conference for case discussion. Thus we started to collect interesting cases from our residency and converted them into short 5-10 minute video case presentations with key take home learning points and media (e.g. ECGs, X-Rays, ultrasound images, and physical exam findings) and uploading them online for residents to view at youtube.com/ajw119. This allowed everyone to learn from each other’s coolest cases and facilitate discussion about management on the discussion board.

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Honorable Mentions

[/fusion_builder_column][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”][fusion_content_boxes layout=”icon-with-title” columns=”2″ icon_align=”left” title_size=”” backgroundcolor=”” icon_circle=”” icon_circle_radius=”” iconcolor=”#00b092″ circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” icon_size=”” link_type=”” link_area=”” animation_delay=”” animation_offset=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″ margin_top=”” margin_bottom=”” class=”” id=””] [fusion_content_box title=”Monthly Emails (Brown University)” icon=”fa-envelope-o” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Sent out monthly emails on the first day of each months with ‘shout-outs’/recognition of excellent resident work, announcements and updates about our clinical sites and the residency, birthdays, teaching/lecturing reminders, important dates, and a brief evidence based EM update about a new publication.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Interdisciplinary Website (Central Michigan Univ)” icon=”fa-rss” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Worked with IM, FM, OB, and Psych residents in designing a common web page to share grand rounds topics available for other residencies to view and attend.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Coordination for Pope Visit (Cooper University)” icon=”fa-plane” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Helped coordinate (staffing, supplies, logistics) with NJ Department of Health for Mobile Medical Center for Pope Visit in September 2015 to Philadelphia

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Winter Retreats (Doctor’s Hospital)” icon=”fa-tree” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Organized the program’s first ever winter retreats for each class to have a weekend off to “Unwind and Recharge”.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”New Call Back System (Drexel University)” icon=”fa-tty” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Implemented a new call back system for positive culture results or missed radiology reads.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Chief Resident Roles (Hackensack Univ)” icon=”fa-check” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Inaugural chiefs for Hackensack UMC’s Emergency Medicine Residency defined their new roles within the residency in all aspects including scheduling, ACGME requirements, and education.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Faculty Lecture Exchange (Jacobi/Montefiore)” icon=”fa-compress” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Institute BX-BOS Faculty Lecture exchange where faculty travel to and from the Bronx and Boston giving talks to the other program. The goal is to increase cross pollination and collegiality among programs.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Airway and Patient Safety (Jefferson University) ” icon=”fa-font” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Instituted a new airway equipment process, for senior residents to check the airway equipment on a daily basis, with the goals being improved patient safety in the setting of an emergent airway.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”TEDx Style Grand Rounds (Loma Linda University)” icon=”fa-lightbulb-o” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]LLUEMx Grand Rounds: Transformation of Grand Rounds to all-day conference TEDx style – includes curriculum to help residents develop better presentations.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Strategizing Staffing Models (Mayo Clinic)” icon=”fa-male” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Created staffing strategy for residents after a complete analysis of ideal patient volumes was performed by ED-Clinical Engineering Learning Lab, which the chief’s participated in.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Simulation Curricula (McMaster University)” icon=”fa-check-square-o” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Continued junior resident simulation curriculum and developed a sim curriculum for senior residents

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Small Group Q&A Sessions (Sinai-Grace Hospital)” icon=”fa-question” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Implementation of small group Q&A sessions with residents and attendings during conference.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Conference Redesign (Stony Brook University)” icon=”fa-refresh” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Conference redesign with simulation, TBL, PBL, cadaver lab and inclusion of other resources like HippoEM and Rosh Review.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Resident of the Month (UI Chicago)” icon=”fa-male” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Initiated a Resident of the Month award to promote wellness.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Cost Analysis for Pediatric Appy (Univ of Michigan)” icon=”fa-usd” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Cost analysis of abdominal imaging to evaluate for appendicitis in pediatric emergency department patients.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Resuscitation Review (UCSF-Fresno)” icon=”fa-video-camera” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Began recording, evaluating, and then editing medical resuscitations to be presented at a monthly 30 minute lecture called Resus Review.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Landmark Articles List (Univ of Washington)” icon=”fa-book” backgroundcolor=”#f2f2f2″ iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Developed a list of landmark articles that are either 1) practice-changing within EM, or 2) that our EM faculty would expect graduating EM residents to know and sent out weekly article summaries to the residents.

[/fusion_content_box] [fusion_content_box title=”Personalized Intern Mentoring (York Hospital)” icon=”fa-question” backgroundcolor=”#ffffff” iconcolor=”” circlecolor=”” circlebordercolor=”” circlebordercolorsize=”” outercirclebordercolor=”” outercirclebordercolorsize=”” iconrotate=”” iconspin=”no” image=”” image_width=”35″ image_height=”35″ link=”” linktarget=”_self” linktext=”” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″]Began recording, evaluating and then editing medical resuscitations to be presented at a monthly 30 minute lecture called Resus Review.

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Alec Weir, MD

Alec Weir, MD

Academic Chief Resident
Department of Emergency Medicine
UT Southwestern/Parkland Hospital
Adaira Chou, MD

Adaira Chou, MD

Chief Operating Officer, 2015-16 ALiEM Chief Resident Incubator
Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency
Assistant Program Director
Department of Emergency Medicine
Brigham and Women's Hospital