Resident Education as Learners
Faculty led lecture series – Weekly
- 1-3 lectures per week
- Faculty led lecture series for clinical education on high yield disease sites such as Gyn, Breast, GI, Peds, Lymphoma, Head and Neck, GU, CNS, Sarcoma, and Lung.
- Faculty guest lectures from within University of Wisconsin – Medical Oncology, Palliative Care, Radiology, etc.
- Chief residents work closely with program directors to create schedule to ensure coverage of diverse clinical topics each year.
Joint Faculty and Resident Journal Club – Monthly
|2020||Theodore Hong, MD||Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School|
|2019||David Raben, MD||University of Colorado|
|2017||TJ Pugh, MD||University of Colorado|
|2017||Steven Frank, MD||UT – MD Anderson Cancer Center|
|2016||Joel Tepper, MD||University of North Carolina|
|2015||Joachim Yahalom, MD||Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center,
Cornell University-Weill Medical College
|2014||Brian Kavanagh, MD||University of Colorado|
Physics course – Yearly
Formal course run July through September – see the 2020 syllabus
Radiation Biology Course – Yearly
Formal course run January through April – see the 2020 syllabus
Resident Education as Teachers
Residents have a lot of opportunities for teaching experiences available: Lecturing for radiation therapy students, lecturing and mentoring medical students in the clinic and on research projects
Resident Journal Club, held Monthly, where residents review historical and current literature for a disease site. Senior residents often provide tips for article review and highlight commonly asked questions on in-services and from attendings.
Resident clinical lectures, held Monthly, where Short presentations on a topic of interest, often a more rare disease site that radiation is a key component of the treatment (recent examples thymoma, ATRT).
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