Problems? Contact Leslie Kao   (313) 883-9168     lkao@med.wayne.edu

Save time while placing orders by adding your favorites to your Citrix menu. See below for ideas on which items are commonly used, and how to add them!

You can also place orders with pre-completed information for those orders which have required boxes (e.g. repeat lab orders, covering physician orders, etc)

Step 1. Type name of order into query

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Step 2. Right-click the order you would like and select “Add to favorites”

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Step 3. If it is an order which has necessary items to be completed, you can fill the boxes out and then click “Add to favorites” to have it pre-completed each time. (This also goes for labs, images, etc!)

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 See below for examples of important labs to save in your favorites!

favorites

 

Jeopardy 9-12 weeks 

  • Make sure your pager is turned on and with you, or that it is referred to a number you can be reached at.
  • You must be able to come to the hospital within one hour of being called.
  • Make sure you have VA hospital access. Please log in to the VA system on your clinic week, if you lose your access and you are called to VA jeopardy, you will end up paying back whoever is called to cover you if your access was lost  
  • All changes must be approved by me.
  • AM shift: 7 AM-8 PM; PM shift: 8 PM-end of rounds next day
  • Please remember to call me if you need to activate jeopardy; I will then notify the appropriate CMR.
Jeopardy only needs to be activated if you are on clinicLONG call on floorsICU/CCU, or night floatAND you cannot arrange an emergent day off with your team. You cannot call jeopardy for an elective day.
For any concerns or whether you need to activate jeopardy, please contact Junior CMR Brandon Twardy (btwardy@med.wayne.edu)

Night float weeks 16-19

Welcome to Night Float!

There has been an overall change in the structure of night float.

-Seniors will continue with 3 on and 1 off scheduling.

-Night float interns will do five nights of night float, with Friday and Saturday nights off, and will be back to shift on Sunday night

-Interns on the floors at DRH, Harper, and the VA, will be scheduled overnight weekend shifts during their rotations and will work with a night float senior on Friday and Saturday nights.

Night float residents should come in no later than 8 PM to take sign-out from the day teams. Please be on time for your shifts. The day teams will take over their pagers at 7 AM the next morning.

Call room information for each hospital is located in the schedule.

Morning-Report 9-12

DRH Block 3

Dear Colleagues,

We have uploaded the DRH Block 3 schedule.

Kindly go through the schedule and notify me if any mistakes noted

Plan the days off ahead

There will be a detailed orientation on Week 1

Morning report cases : FIN has to be sent to the CMR 72 hours in advance and the slides  48 hrs in advance. If the slides are not sent 48 hrs in advance, the team senior will have to moderate the morning report session

Call/ text or email me with any questions or concerns

 

The DRH orientation slides will be available online after the orientation day

MICU residents will receive a separate orientation email and will also have a fellow – orientation on Day 1

Night float   week 12-15

Welcome to Night Float!

There has been an overall change in the structure of night float.

-Seniors will continue with 3 on and 1 off scheduling.

-Night float interns will do five nights of night float, with Friday and Saturday nights off, and will be back to shift on Sunday night

-Interns on the floors at DRH, Harper, and the VA, will be scheduled overnight weekend shifts during their rotations and will work with a night float senior on Friday and Saturday nights.

Night float residents should come in no later than 8 PM to take sign-out from the day teams. Please be on time for your shifts. The day teams will take over their pagers at 7 AM the next morning.

Call room information for each hospital is located in the schedule.

Please find attached HUH schedule for floors, Night float, ICU and CCU for weeks 11 to 14

 

HUH Floor weeks 11-14

Please find attached the KCI schedule weeks 14-17 (October 1st to October 28th). For any questions call me at 248-885-4859

KCI weeks 14-17

1-Case choice:

It doesn’t have to be a “super interesting” or a “Zebra” case. If you have COPD exacerbations and HF exacerbations that is OK, we can always learn something from a bread and butter case. You might want to focus on differential, or workup, or treatment. All cases are welcome

Identify your case early on. Work with your senior on choosing a patient. You have a week head-start so use it.

2-Content:

It simply follows your H&P: You should have a chief complaint, an HPI (that includes active complaint and review of systems pertaining to it), a ROS, Histories, Illness script, Physical exam (including the vitals), your differential diagnosis, then the workup that was done. It is good to have a hospital course slide telling how you came to the active diagnosis and what was done, then your teaching slides about the subject of the case. Your teaching slides should not exceed 5 or 6 slides, quick take away points

I have attached a template that can aid you in doing your presentation

3-HPI rules 

Please make sure your HPI is clear. It is not a copy paste from admission note, make sure the chief complaint is explored properly along with the pertinent review of systems

4-Senior/Intern roles

-Senior responsibilities: 
  • work with your intern on choosing an appropriate case.
  • Send the CMR the FIN number of that patient and what do you want to discuss.
  • Oversee the intern’s presentation and correct mistakes.
  • Teaching slides are your responsibility (5 maximum)
  • As you see fit, you can add a MKSAP question


-Intern responsibilities:

  • arrange your case on a power point file
  • send it to your senior for feedback as soon as you are done
  • on day of MR, present your case as prompted by CMR


-Presentations should be sent to CMR 48 hrs in advance. Cases that are sent late will be run by the team senior

-Presenting team should be in the board room 10-15 minutes in advance to set up

 

Morning Report Template

Welcome to VA

Dear residents, attached with this post you will find important documents regarding your rotation. If you have any questions regarding the VA rotation, please review the orientation power point and you can contact me if you still have questions.

Pradeep Kathi

Pager 8775

313-689-3437

Admission-Log-VA Block 3 Med Ser Ward Assign Sept 3-30 Medicine-Orientation-Guide-VA Morning-report-Schedule-for-Block 3 September 3rd-30th Rotation at the VA VA Transition of Service Block 3 September 3rd-30th

Hello all,

Please find attached the KCI orientation powerpoint

KCI-Orientation-8

Welcome to VA

Dear residents, attached with this post you will find important documents regarding your rotation. If you have any questions regarding the VA rotation, please review the orientation power point and you can contact me if you still have questions.

Pradeep Kathi

Pager 8775

313-689-3437

Morning-report-Schedule-for-Block 2 Aug 6th – September 2nd VA Transition of Service Block 2 August 6th – September 2nd doc phone numbers corrected 07,2018 Final Med Ser Ward Assign Aug 6th- september 2nd Admission-Log-VA Medicine-Orientation-Guide-VA