Didactics are a key component of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Each resident begins the program with ACLS, ATLS, and PALS certification. Our residents participate in four hours of weekly didactic conferences presented by Emergency Medicine faculty, residents, and guest lecturers.
Emory residents also have a wealth of independent, supervised learning opportunities and are required to complete at least an additional one hour per week in individual simulations, computer-based learning or specialty conferences.
The resident educational experience is also enhanced through various asynchronous learning activities. Our residency program offers a monthly journal club didactic methodology session which includes article reviews. These sessions are typically held at a faculty home in the evenings. In addition to the Emergency Medicine conference schedule, Emergency Medicine faculty and residents teach a lecture series geared towards rotating interns and medical students. The lectures are held Thursdays in the Simulation Center at Emory or on the Grady campus. The other clinical services of Grady Memorial Hospital provide a large number of formal conferences on a weekly basis. Similarly, the other hospitals of the residency program provide numerous opportunities to attend conferences on diverse subjects pertinent to Emergency Medicine residents.
2017-2018 Individualized Interactive Instruction
- Must not exceed 20 percent of the planned didactics
- These experiences must be supervised by
- core physician
- faculty member
52 in 52: Resident Led Journal Article Review Sessions