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1Inter-institute endocrine Training program Inter-institute endocrine Training program2013 ORIENTATIONATTN: Incoming Clinical FellowsCC: Orienting StaffPlease review the orientation schedule, which will commence on July 1, 2013.If you have any questions, please notify the appropriate Program Coordinator.(Please refer to page 3 for contact information)Ricardo Correa, M.D.NICHD (Adult)Smita Jha, M.D.Andrea Kassai, M.D.NIDDK (Adult)Ritu Madan, M.D.Andrea Ramirez, M.D.Pooja Raghavan, M.D.Ovidiu Galescu, M.D.NICHD (Pediatric)Zhiyou Zhang, Ph.D., M.D.George Patounkis, MDNICHD (RE&I)Torrie Plowden, MDDonald Royster, MD
2Welcome fellows! 2013 inter-institute endocrine training program Dr. Andrea RamirezVanderbilt University School of MedicineNashville, TNNIDDK/ADULTDr. Ricardo CorreaJackson Memorial HospitalMiami, FLNICHD/ADULTDr. George PatounakisUMDNJ- Robert Wood Johnson Medical SchoolNICHD/REIDr. Smita JhaNorth Shore Medical CenterSalem, MANICHD/ADULTDr. Pooja RaghavanMount Carmel HealthColumbus, OHNIDDK/ADULTDr. Torrie PlowdenThe George Washington University School of MedicineNICHD/REIDr. Ovidiu GalescuSUNY DownstateBrooklyn, NYNICHD/PEDSDr. Andrea KassaiMemorial HospitalBrown UniversityPawtucket, Rhode IslandNIDDK/ADULTDr. Donald RoysterUniformed Services University of Health Sciences (USUHS) NICHD/REIDr. Zhiyou ZhangRichmond UniversityMedical Center,NewYork Medical CollegeStaten Island, NYNICHD/PEDSDr. Ritu MadanCreighton Unv. Medical CenterOmaha, NENIDDK/ADULT
3-Point of contact- Sandra M. Wallace Program POCInstitute/SectionPhone #Bldg./RoomSandra M. WallaceNIDDK/Adult Clinical Endocrine Section,Program CoordinatorInter-Institute Endocrine Training Program, Clinical Endocrine Section Adult Endocrine(Office)(Cell)10 CRCRoomMarilyn MinorNICHD/AdultEndocrine SectionSecretaryNICHD/ClinicalAdult Endocrine10CRCRoomFetima WorthingtonNICHD/Pediatric Endocrine SectionProgram CoordinatorNICHD, Clinical Pediatric Endocrine10 MagnusonRoom 9D42Robin StapletonNICHD/Adult Gyn. Consult ServicesProgram CoordinatorNICHD, Reproductive Endocrine and Infertility (RE&I)10 CRCRoom
4Top priorIties To be completed before or upon arrival! Obtaining PIVNIH ID BadgeBackground & Security InvestigationClinical Research Information SystemMedical RecordsTrainingYou should already bepre-enrolled and activated inthe NED’s system to receive a new HHS ID Badge, or Personal Identity Verification (PIV)card. Your program coordinator will be able to check this for you.Four steps to getting a Badge:Step 1. Pre-EnrollmentStep 2. Enrollment (new photo and fingerprints)Step 3. Background InvestigationStep 4. Badge Issuance) For more information on the process, please visit website: ww.ors.od.nih.govDPSAC:BLDG. 31, ROOM 1B03NIH Badge Helpdesk:Each fellow should have been sent an with instructions on how to complete the online e-QIP form.You must complete the form, certify/release and print the signature pages. These pages will be collected at the time of fingerprinting.Remember to bring official Identification with you such as your driver’s license and/or passport or visa if you are not a US citizen.If you have not received the e-QIP and completed the process, this may delay your receiving your NIH badge.DPSAC (301)Appt. line (301)Bldg. 31, Room 1B03All new fellows must be credentialed and receive CRIS training, prior to their rotation on the Clinical Research Center Patient Care units.At the time of your credentialing, you should have received an regarding NIH Online Prescriber Training.Please complete your on-linetraining before you start at NIH.If you did not receive your from CRIS, please immediately contact:CRIS support (301)Bldg. 10/1C290All new clinical fellows mustreceive training in Medical Records/ ESA prior to their rotation on the CRC patient care units.An appointment with the Medical Records/Electronic Signature Authorization Training (ESA) has beenscheduled.Please refer to the orientation schedule for the date/time of your training.MR support: Mr. Ron DeClerk(301)Bldg. 10, 1N214Please see link in reference to “New Employee” procedures:
5Required prior to, or immediately upon entry at NIH: Mandatory trainingRequired prior to, or immediately upon entry at NIH:Security Awareness coursePrivacy AwarenessTo access, please go to:Select “Public Access to NIH Courses” and complete:Information Security AwarenessPrivacy AwarenessSaferSleep, alertness and fatigue education in residencyA presentation will be sent to you by by your Program CoordinatorUpon review and completion, the fellow will be required to send back the SAFER attestation formback to their appropriate program office.Nih orientation –LMS on-line courseGo to: https://lms.learning.hhs.govYou will need your NIH Badge # to gain access to the courseThroughout the year, there will be refresher courses and other mandatory training, that you will beasked to complete.
6Documentation (required) IMPORTANT –Items to bring to the Orientation!Please note, the following documentation will be needed on your first day:A copy of your final offer letterTwo forms of Government issued identificationComplete, print, and bring all employment documents to orientation(E-Induction login: https://einduction.lmi.org/)Vehicle Registration (parking permit applicants only)Social Security CardPassport and Visa if you are not a US CitizenWe also recommend that all fellows wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather.Campus shuttles will be available at timed intervals outside building 10 and 31. It is strongly suggestedthat you use public transportation, METRO, during the orientation week until you receive your NIHID badge and parking permits.Due to construction on campus, parking is restricted. If you park without proper ID/permits,you will be ticketed and have to pay out of your own pocket. A campus map, building floor maps,shuttle schedules and information about the METRO can be found at the Clinical Center Websiteunder “Visitor Information” section.Other helpful sites:Directions to campus:Insurance Programs:Parking office:
7Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program MondayJuly 1, 2013(Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program2013 Orientation ScheduleNIH ORIENTATION –Report to Bldg. 31, C Wing, Sixth Floor, Room 6C6 (MANDATORY)The NIH Orientation session for new medical staff fellows beings promptly at 8:00 AM on July 1, 2013Look for signage directing you to the assigned conference room. See Campus Map on websiteThe orientation staff will assist you in completing your employment documentation, provide health insurance and federal benefits information, appointment affidavit, oath of office, and ethics training.8:00-12:00PM12:00-12:45PMLUNCH –Cafeterias are located in the Bldg. 31 first floor (Atrium Café) and Bldg. 10 B-1 and second floor cafe.12:45-1:00PMAll Adult, Pediatric, and REI Fellows will meet in their respective POC’s:Fetima Worthington, Program Coordinator,Location: Bldg. 10-CRC, first floor (Atrium Café, near the Au Bon Pain Café on the first floor in the North Lobby) and will return to their respective branch offices for further orientation.1:00-1:30PMPagers and Parking permits issued (MANDATORY):Maryellen Rechen, RN, BSN,Location: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room (This room is located in the Clinical Directors suite)1:30-2:00PMComputer, Laptop, , and VPN set-up (MANDATORY):Helmut Lorenz, IT SpecialistLocation: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room2:00-3:00PMOverview of the Pediatric Endocrinology Training Program and the Pediatric Endocrinology Inpatient Service & ScheduleDr. Constantine Stratakis, Program DirectorDr. Maya Lodish, Deputy Program DirectorLocation: Building 31, Room 2A46This session is for the new Pediatric Endocrine Fellows only (MANDATORY)
8Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program TuesdayJuly 2, 2013Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program2013 Orientation Schedule8:00-8:30AMNICHD Pediatric Endocrine Fellows, meet with Fellow, Dr. Mary Scott Ramnitz:Bldg. 10-CRC, RoomDr. Zhiyou Zhang, NICHD/PEDS, Medical Records Department/Electronic Signature Authorization Training (ESA): Bldg. 10-CRC, Room 1N-214 (MANDATORY)Dr. Ovidiu Galescu, NICHD/PEDS, Medical Records Department/Electronic Signature Authorization Training (ESA): Bldg. 10-CRC, Room 1N-214 (MANDATORY)NICHD Pediatric Endocrine Fellows, meet with Fellow Representative, Dr. Katerina Nella:Bldg. 10-CRC, RoomDr. Ovidiu Galescu, NIHCD/PEDS, DPSAC appointment to pick up ID Badge: Bldg. 10-South Badge centerDr. Zhiyou Zhang, NIHCD/PEDS, DPSAC appointment to pick up ID Badge: Bldg. 10-South Badge centerLunch – Cafeterias are located in the CRC, first floor (Atrium Café) and the B-1 and second floors of Bldg. 10Post Clinic QA/QI Rounds: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room 9C-401Report to 5NW Patient Care Unit, to be introduced to staff and clinical care procedures. New Adult Endocrine Fellows will start to familiarize themselves with endocrine care: Pre-Admit Rounds, Radiology Rounds, Patient Sign-Out and to discuss/prepare the July/August On-Call Schedule with the current fellows on duty. Each daywith the current fellows’ help, the new fellows assigned to the 5NW rotation should continue preparation for eventual inpatient admissions.9:00–10:00AM9:00-10:00AM10:00-10:40AM10: AM11:00-11:15PM11:15-12:15PM1:00-2:10PM2:00-5:00PMNOTES:
9Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program WednesdayJuly 3, 2013Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program2013 Orientation Schedule8:30-10:30AMIn Patient Care QA/QI Rounds: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room (MANDATORY)10:30-11:00AMPre-Admit Rounds: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room11:00-12:00 PMMeet with PEDSENDO Fellow, Dr. Mary Scott Ramnitz: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room12:00-2:00 PM--Welcome Luncheon for Fellows and Faculty-- Building 10-CRC, 1 SE PATIO AREAAdult Endocrinology, Pediatric Endocrinology and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Program All fellows and faculty will attend1:15-2:00 PM--Group Photo-- Immediately following the luncheon.Requesting that all fellows and faculty remain in the area until after the photo!2:00-2:30PMPediatric Ward Rounds: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room 1SE PEDS clinic (MANDATORY)3:00-5:00PMReport to 5NW Patient Care Unit, to continue familiarizing yourself with endocrine care, staff, and procedures.
10Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program ThursdayJuly 4, 2013Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program2013 Orientation Schedule4th of JulyFederal HolidayGOVT.CLOSEDFridayJuly 5, 20138:00-9:00AMReport to 5NW Patient Care Unit: Patient care responsibilities9:00-10:00AMPDEGEN research conference: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room10:15-12:00PMDr. Stratakis – Rounds for pituitary and adrenal protocols and PCOS: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room12:00-1:00PMLunch – Cafeterias are located in the CRC, first floor (Atrium Café) and the B-1 and second floors of Bldg. 10-CRC1:15-2:30PMEndo Grand Rounds- Bldg. 10-CRC, Location TBD
11Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program 2013 Orientation Schedule MondayJuly 8, 2013Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program2013 Orientation Schedule8:00-10:00 AMReport to 5NW Patient Care Unit: Patient care responsibilitiesShadow Dr. Mary Scott Ramnitz: Bldg 10 – CRC, RoomOverview of Nursing 5NW Inpatient Unit, OP9, 1 NW Day Hospital, 5SW Day Hospital,and Metabolic Unit: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room NW5NW, Felicia Andrews, Nurse Manager; Pamela Orzechowski, Clinical ManagerOP9, Janis Davis, Nurse Manager; Ruth Walters, Clinical Manager, Terri McHugh, Clinical Manager1NW, Bruce Steakley, Nurse Manager (Acting)5SW, Felicia Andrews, Nurse Manager; Liz Hale, Clinical ManagerMetabolic Unit, Felicia Andrews, Nurse Manager; Gladys Tataw-Ayuketah, Clinical Manager10:00-11:30 AM1:00PMTuesdayJuly 9, 2013cLINICAL CENTER ORIENTATION FOR ALL NIH CLINICAL FELLOWSLOCATION: MASUR AUDITORIUM, BLDG. 10Post Clinic QA/QI RoundsLocation: OP9 Outpatient Clinic in Bldg. 10-CRCReport to 5NW Patient Care Unit: Patient care responsibilitiesPediatric Clinic Orientation with Tina Romeo: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room 1HPCwELCOME RECEPTIONFOR ALL NIH CLINICAL FELLOWSlOCATION: BUILDING 10, 1 SE PATIO(aLL NEW FELLOWS ARE EXPECTED TO ATTEND)8:00-1:00PM(MANDATORY)1:00-2:00PM2:00-3:00PM3:30-4:00PM5:00-7:00PM(MANDATORY)
12Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program WednesdayJuly 10, 2013Inter-institute Endocrine Training Program2013 Orientation Schedule8:30-10:30AMIn Patient Care QA/QI Rounds: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room (MANDATORY)Meet with Jeremy Swan to go over WiKi webpage and PEDS ENDO Site Visit Binder: Bldg. 10-CRC, RoomCONTEMPORARY CLINICAL MEDICINE: GREAT TEACHERS: MASUR AUDITORIUM (MANDATORY)Pediatric Ward Rounds: 1SE Peds Clinic (MANDATORY)Report to 5NW Patient Care Unit, Patient care responsibilities11:00-12:00PM12:00-1:30PM2:00-2:30PM2:30-5:00PMThursdayJuly 11, 20138:30-10:00AMPediatric Endo Clinical Conference with Dr. Mills, Dr. Lodish, and Dr. Delaney(MANDATORY): Bldg. 10-CRC, Room10:00–10:30AMPre-Admit Rounds, Adult/Peds Endo: Bldg. 10-CRC , Room (MANDATORY)1:00-1:45PMRadiology Rounds/Nuclear Medicine Rounds: Bldg. 10-CRC, Doppman Room 1C-331X (MANDATORY)1:45-2:30PMFellows/Senior Staff Clinical Endocrine Conference: Bldg. 10-CRC, Doppman Room 1C-331X (MANDATORY)3:00-4:00PMSurgical Rounds: Bldg. 10-CRC, 5NWFridayJuly 12, 20138:00-9:00AMPDEGEN PI’s present research opportunities to clinical fellows: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room9:15-12:00 PMReport to Fellow’s office: Bldg. 10-CRC, Room (Continue entering orders for 5NW endocrine patients)1:15-2:15 PMInter-Institute Endocrine Grand Rounds/Conferences are between Sept-May (MANDATORY)2:00-5:00PMReport to Fellows Office: Bldg 10-CRC, Room , Patient care responsibilities
13Mandatory conference s CLINICAL GRAND ROUNDS FOR FELLOWSLOCATION: LIPSETT AMPHITHEATER, BUILDING 10, ROOM 1C Day/time: Wednesday. 12:00 NOON-1:00 PM –Please sign in!August 7th “The Connection is CLER- Linking GME Educational Goals with Institutional Quality Improvement Initiatives” Laura Fanucchi, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Kentucky College of Medicine and Lia Logio, M.D., Vice Chair for Education and Internal Medicine Residency Program Director, Weil Cornell Medical CollegeAugust 14 “The Role of Serendipity in Drug Discovery” Hazel H. Szeto, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of PharmacologyDirector, Research Program in Metochondrial Therapeutics, Weill Cornell Medical CollegeAugust 21st “Re-evaluating the Placebo Effect in Medicine” Luana Colloca, M.D., Ph.D., Adjunct Faculty,Department of Bioethics, NIH Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health.August 28th “Publish but Don’t Perish: Perspectives of Authorship Ethics”Michael Lauer, M.D., Director of the Division of Cardiovascular Sciences, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, National Institutes of HealthThese Grand Rounds are mandatory for all 1st, 2nd year Adult and Pediatric Endocrine Fellows.Please sign-inINTER-INSTITUTE ENDOCRINE GRAND ROUNDSLOCATION: BUILDING 10, ROOMDay/Time: Friday, 1:15-2:15 PM (Every Friday- September through May)Conferences will be announced weekly via
15Pediatric Endocrinology Program Director, and Scientific Director NICHD: Constantine A. Stratakis, MD ;Pediatric Endocrinology Program Deputy Director, Maya Lodish, MD ;Pediatric Endocrine Fellows Representative: Katerina Nella, MD;Program Administrator: Fetima Worthington ;Director, Nursing and Clinical Services: Meg F. Keil, PhD, PNP ;
162013 – 2014 Attending and Consult Fellow Schedules Pediatric Endocrinology Teaching AttendingsPediatric Endocrinology Consult FellowsMonth AttendingJuly & JulyStratakisJuly 11 – 15 & JulyLodishAugustYanovskiSeptemberDelaneyOctoberBrownNovemberBaronDecemberHanJanuary 1-19January 20-31MerkeFebruaryGafniMarchApril 1-11April 12-30MayRotherJuneMonth Consult fellowJulyOla NilssonAugustKaterina NellaSeptemberMary Scott RamnitzOctoberNovemberDecemberOla Nilsson (Teaching Attending; backup Dr. Han)JanuaryAndrea EstradaFebruaryMarchKaterina Nella (Teaching Attending; backup Dr. Yanovski)AprilMayJune* for the consult fellows, each month 2 weekends will be covered by the person on consults for the following month.
17Endocrinology and Metabolism Weekly Conferences Mandatory conferences for Adult Endocrine FellowsEndocrinology and MetabolismWeekly ConferencesMONDAY↓TUESDAY↓WEDNESDAY↓THURSDAY↓FRIDAY↓8:00AM -12:00PMIETP Endocrine Continuity ClinicACRF 9th Floor8:30-10:30AM In-Patient Care QA/QI Rounds Bldg 10/Rm 9C-4019:00 -10:00AMPediatric Endo Clinical Conf.10CRC,9:00 -12:00PMLipid Outpatient Clinic10, OP79:30-11:00AM Lipid Ward Rounds12:00-1:00PM NIH Medical Grand Rounds12:20-1:00PM Diabetes Didactics for Fellows10:00-10:30AM Pre-Admit Rounds Adults/Peds Endo Bldg. 10CRC, Rm1:00-3:30PMDiabetes Outpatient Clinic (2nd/3rd yrs)1:00-3:30 PMWed Outpatient Clinic (1st yr)1:15-2:15PMEndocrine Grand RoundsConference Series(Sept. thru May)1:00-1:45PM Radiology Rounds/ Nuclear Med. Rounds Bldg. 10, Doppman Rm, 1C-331X1:00-2:00PM Clinical Didatics for Fellows (In-service) 10CRC, Rm1:00-2:00PMPost Clinic QA/QI Rounds Bldg. 10, Rm 9C-4012:00-2:30PM Pediatric Ward Rounds Bldg 10/ Rm 1SE Peds Clinic1:45-2:30PM Fellows/ Senior Staff Clinical Endo Conf. Bldg 10 Doppman Rm, 1C-331X (weekly)& Journal Club (2nd/4th Thurs.)3:00 PM Blood Glucose Management Service (BGMS) on 5NW Nursing Stationby PACS system3:00 PM BGMSon 5NW Nursing Station by PACS system3:00 PM BGMSIn Clinic on OP93:00PM Endo Surgical Rounds (as indicated) 5NW Inpatient Unit-PACS3:00 PM BGMSon 5NW Nursing Stationby PACS system3:00PM BGMS on 5NW NursingStation by PACS system