Going forward, all elective and ambulatory information will be posted to the main program website, under the intranet.
You can log into the Intranet here.
All scheduling information is under the “Schedules” tab and all other information and resources are under the “Rotations” tab
Tina will be discussing this article on Monday. Please read and be prepared to discuss!
Caitlin will be discussing this article about antibiotic prescribing practices. Please review and be prepared to discuss!
Sara will be discussing this article about preventing mountain sickness. Please read ahead of time and come prepared to discuss!
Tina will be discussing this article about the CDC’s new guidelines for opiates in chronic pain. Please read and come prepared to discuss!
Clinic Tip of the Week: when prescribing narcotics, you can use the narcotic contract to discuss expectations with your patients. The note is a templated form under Med Res
This week, Caitlin will be discussing the SPRINT trial that was recently published in NEJM. Please read and come prepared to discuss!
Clinic Pearl of the Week: You can get labs added to blood already drawn by having your Admin Team call the lab (send urgent task with an additional ICD- 10 code if applicable). Do not add electronic order in addition. Most tubes are saved for 5 days (3 days minimum). Perfect example: Iron and TIBC on a CBC tube once a low H/H comes
Sara will be discussing this article about high dose vitamin D. Please read the article ahead of time and come prepared to discuss!
Betsy will be discussing this article about PPIs and Dementia. Please read ahead of time and come prepared to discuss!
Monday Tina will be discussing this interesting article about text messaging and CAD. Please read and come prepared to discuss!
** Clinic tip of the week: When you see a new patient for the first time please task your admin to change “other 2” in the banner to you. Also if the patient has seen several different residents over a long period of time, please offer to be the patient’s PCP and change the banner if they are agreeable. Please also have the attending in the banner changed to the person precepting you that day. They should be from your team though. This is does not apply to acute care type visits for patients who have established PCP’s. ***
Meghan will be discussing this article on Monday. Please read and come ready for a great discussion!