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1 Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

2 Attending to Residents  17:12  Frequent 1:1 teaching and didactic sessions

3 MAJOR TRAINING SITES Women’s and Children’s Hospital Missouri Orthopaedic Institute* University Hospital* Rusk Rehabilitation Center 2014 Undergoing Major Renovation Harry S. Truman Veteran Affairs Hospital* * on MU campus

4 MINOR TRAINING SITES The Neighborhoods by Tiger Place Landmark Hospital

5 Sample Rotation Schedule Model Rotation Schedule PGY2PGY3PGY4 Inpatient10 months1 month Outpatient2 months4 months Pediatrics-2 months- EMG-3 months Elective--3 months Consults-2 months1 months

6 Inpatient Rotations by Team  CVA / Amputee / Geriatric  TBI  SCI / Multiple Sclerosis / Burn  General / Ortho  Pediatrics

7 Outpatient Rotations  Rusk 1 (Occupational Medicine)  Rusk 2 (Interventional Pain)  Rusk 3 (Sports Medicine)  UMC EMG  VA 1 (General)  VA 2 (Interventional Pain)  VA EMG  Pediatrics

8 Resident Call  At home call  Call is Monday through Thursday or Friday through Sunday  PGY2 – 7 weeks, PGY3 – 5 weeks, PGY4 – 2 weeks  Rounding on the weekend is done by the on-call team  If you are not on call, you have the weekend off!

9 Salary Approved Resident Salaries (2013 - 2014) LevelSalary PGY2$51,134 PGY3$52,899 PGY4$55,009

10 Benefits  4 weeks paid vacation  2 weeks paid sick leave  Healthcare benefits, medical, dental, vision  Maternity and Paternity Leave offered  Food while on inpatient at Rusk, in the physician’s lounge at UH and at Women’s and Children’s

11 Benefits cont’d  Expenses paid for conferences for poster presentations and chief resident of administration and research  AAPM&R and AAP memberships covered Attendings/Residents/Medical Students

12 Didactics  Tuesday noon didactics given by residents for board review  Friday Chairman’s rounds, Faculty dialog and Resident dialog 3 hours of protected time for learning  Monthly Journal Club  Rotation specific reading assignments and didactic time 1:1 with attending.  Mock oral boards  Yearly P&O Conference and Rusk Lectureship  36 month comprehensive curriculum

13 Leadership Roles  AAPM&R Resident Physician Council Board (RPC) Charter/Bylaws Committee ○ Megan Clark, MD Medical Education Committee ○ Brian Toedebusch, MD  University of Missouri House Staff Officer John Alm, D.O., President

14 Electives  Residents have 3 electives that may be done outside the university system  These can be used for audition rotations, research or in an area of interest

15 Former Resident Fellowships 2013Michael Khadavi, MD PM&R Sports Medicine Stanford School of Medicine 2013Matthew McLaughlin, MD Pediatrics University of Missouri- Kansas City 2013John (Wes) Rayburn, MD Physician Biodesign Research Fellowship, University of Missouri- Columbia 2013Jarron Tilghman, MD Interventional Pain Arizona Pain Specialists 2012Sathya Vadivelu, DO Pediatrics Johns Hopkins Hospital 2011Tim Ferrell, MD Pediatrics Mayo Clinic College of Medicine 2010Russ Beecher, DO Pain Management Alabama Orthopedic and Spine Center 2009Megan Noon, MD Sports Medicine Medical College of Wisconsin 2009Jonathan Stone, DO Interventional Spine and Pain Orthopedic and Spine Specialist, York, PA

16 ABPMR Pass Rates  5 year—First Time Takers  Part I  100%  5 year—First Time Takers  Part II  90%

17 Extra Educational Opportunities  MSK Ultrasound Course  Resident OMM Course  MedZOU MSK Free Clinic  Friday Night Lights sports coverage for local high schools  Mizzou wheelchair basketball Mizzou hockey  Show Me State Games  Moonlighting allowed  Opportunities are customizable!

18 Research  Research Committee  Multiple posters, publications, and presentations  Research Chief to help with projects  Dedicated Ph. D. for research improvement  Not a formal requirement for graduation

19 About Columbia  Population of 110,438  Affordable housing  Columbia's cost of living is 5.10% Lower than the U.S. average

20 Columbia, MO  Parade Magazine ranked us #1 as “The Hardest Working City in America” -Based on low unemployment rate, high number of dual income families  Ranked in Top 10 by Outside Magazine -Katy Trail, hiking, outdoor music festivals/art exhibits, Lake of the Ozarks  Good Morning America ranked Shakespeare’s Pizza as “Best College Hangout”


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