One of the fellows presents an interesting pulmonary or critical care case followed by a review of the topic illustrated by the case. A discussion follows the presentation. Participation by everyone is encouraged. The fellow is mentored by the teaching attending assigned for the week. Format varies based on the case and the fellow. Critical care topics will alternate with pulmonary topics.
Weekly on Monday at 11:45
The fellows and faculty present an important or interesting article that is reviewed in detail with attention to methods, statistics, and study design as well as content. The fellow is mentored and assisted by an attending. The first week features a pulmonary article and the third week features a critical care article.
The first and third Wednesday of each rotation at 11:45 in Brody 3E-113
In depth reviews of critical care topics, research, or basic science given by the faculty, fellows, and guest speakers. Weekly on Tuesday at 11:45 in Brody 3E-113.
This is a repeating series of lectures for the fellows in order to teach the basics of critical care medicine including the underlying physiology and basic science. Pulmonary and Critical Care topics will alternate.
Weekly on Friday at 11:45 in Brody 3E-113.
This is a repeating series of lectures for the fellows in order to teach the basics of pulmonary disease including the underlying physiology and basic science. Pulmonary and Critical Care topics will alternate.
Weekly: on Thursday at 11:45 in Brody 3E-113.
A multidisciplinary conference hosted by the Surgical Critical Care Service with a variety of speakers from a variety of disciplines. The discussion at the end of the conference is as good as the conference itself.
The last Tuesday of every month at 08:00 in the PCMH Auditorium.
Fellows and faculty present updates on their research projects and they are discussed. Discussions include data analysis and study design. Research methods and statistics are discussed during this conference.
The second Tuesday of each rotation at 11:45 in Brody 3E-113
Multidisciplinary Conference covering a broad range of topics and cases in sleep medicine.
The FourthTuesday of each 4 week block at 11:45 in Moye Medical Building.
A multidisciplinary conference with Pulmonologists, Oncologists, Radiologists, Pathologists, and Surgeons (Thoracic Surgery and Surgical Oncology) attending. A lecture is given followed by review of cases to be seen that day. The Thoracic Oncology Clinic is held directly following the conference. Thoracic Oncology Clinic follows the conference.
Weekly on Thursday at 12:00 in the Leo Jenkins Cancer Center, Second Floor.
Chest radiology topics and films from selected cases are reviewed in detail with one of the chest radiologists leading the discussion. Faculty and fellows provide the clinical details and the radiologist reviews and explains the radiographs. This is an interactive conference and open to any student, resident, or faculty member.
Twice monthly on Friday at 07:30 in Radiology Conference Room C (dates vary).