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1 Stephen R. Hayden, MD, FAAEM, FACEP Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and DIO UCSD Medical Center, San Diego, CA

2 Objectives of Orientation Introduction to UCSD Medical Center Learn about training/licensing requirements, UCSD policies and procedures, special services Completion of required paperwork Provision of ID numbers, insurance, accounts…so you will be ready to start

3 Office of Graduate Medical Education Responsible for oversight of all aspects of training Specific tasks –Orientation of interns and residents –Administer Benefits for trainees –Assist program directors with accreditation issues, monitoring –Coordinate educational modules (AMA/IPM Core training series) –Create/monitor institutional training policies –Maintain informational website –Prepare for institutional accreditation (CLER) visits

4 OGME Team Cindy Slaughter; Director of GME Helen Lewis; New Innovations Tom Arneson; Accreditation Specialist, non-accredited programs Dion Brown & Robyn Meehan; Housestaff Administrative Program Managers – New and continuing appointments, rotators, liability certification Elaine Garrido; Health Insurance, Licensure and Registration Rachel Hobbs; Administrative Assistant

5 OGME Website

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7 Orientation Handouts/Materials

8 Housestaff are Encouraged to Participate! GME Committee Resident Physician Council Medical Staff Committees

9 Housestaff Participation Required: Core Training Modules Completion of evaluations of peers, students, supervisors, program and training experience Recording duty hours in New Innovations Reporting of moonlighting activities to program director Adhering to UCSD standards of professional behavior including patient confidentiality, respect, and appropriate treatment of students and staff Standardized Central Venous Access training –For residents who are required to place central lines

10 Standardized Central Line Training Online Modules –UCSD Learning Center: –Type “central line” into search box and click search –Once complete you can print completion certificate Simulation Phase –Sign up at Eventbrite: –Training and testing in same session Experiential phase –5 proctored lines each approach (Subclavian, IJ, Femoral) Program Director must confirm competence in New Innovations

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12 ACGME Resident Survey Must complete and participate in Formal citations issued if programs < 70% “Somewhat” or “sometimes” “Do you have the opportunity…” –Evaluate your Faculty/Program/Access your Evaluations Service vs. Education questions –ACGME defines service as: duties typically performed by non MDs Answer honestly but understand the way the ACGME uses results

13 Required On-Line Learning Modules Series of 21 modules you MUST complete by August 1, Conflict of interest, HIPAA, Risk Management, Ethics, etc. All instructions are on gold sheet in packet

14 UCSD Official Address All house officers will receive an official UCSD Address All official communication will be sent to your UCSD You must check this frequently! You are responsible for information sent to your UCSD Required to follow us on

15 Support Structure Resident Program Faculty/TPD Department Chair Associate Dean/OGME Office of Ombuds/RWAP

16 Anonymous Feedback Website

17 Policy GME 026: Standards of Professional Behavior UCSD is dedicated to creating a safe learning environment for both residents and students As a resident you will teach many peers and students Policy provides many examples of inappropriate behavior Describes routes for informal and formal resolution Become familiar with it (on orientation link GME website) Coming soon; Resident Wellness Advisory Panel

18 GME Committee (GMEC) Works in parallel with OGME and Associate Dean for GME Develop institutional policies regarding –Supervision at all training sites –Coordinate internal reviews of programs –Approval of programs, new directors, etc. –Prevention of harassment –Non-restriction of practice location upon completion of training –Provisions for occurrence of training program closure or reduction

19 Supervision Policy You need to know that we have a supervision policy Essentials: –You should be able to identify who the supervising faculty is –They need to be appropriately involved in clinical decisions while allowing you progressive responsibility Most important; they need to be available to you and you should ALWAYS feel you can contact them

20 ACGME Levels of Supervision Level I: Direct; supervising MD is in clinical unit with you Level II: Indirect –II a: Indirect with direct supervision immediately available; in the building –II b: Indirect with direct supervision available; from home by phone/text Level III: Oversight; supervising MD reviews care next day

21 ACGME Next Accreditation System (NAS) You are at a frontier… Over next 2 years implementation phase Shift from structural processes to educational outcomes Increased monitoring at institutional level Clinical Competence Committees and Milestones We will need your help in sorting it all out

22 Milestones

23 Get Out To Vote! General Election Nov. 6, 2012 –President, House, Senate, Many State offices and propostions You must register if you are new to San Diego or have moved since the last election Online registration (http://www.sdcounty.ca.gov/voters/Eng/Ereg.shtml) –Fillout, print, sign and mail –**Initial line 15 for permanent vote-by-mail status** Deadline to register is 10/22/12

24 Who am I? How Can I Help You? Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine –Program Director, Emergency Medicine –Hyperbaric Medicine Center Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Emergency Medicine Editor, 5 Minute Emergency Medicine Consult

25 Former US Navy Flight Surgeon Second degree black belt Tae Kwon Do Love sailing, riding motorcycles, wine tasting Married, father of 3 My door is always open, happy to talk any time!

26 OGME Website If you have any questions at any time, please visit our website:


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