Pediatric Residency Newsletter: Week of July 28- Aug 1

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of July 28- Aug 1

*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.

Monday July 28
8am: Intern Report - Dr. Sandra Musial
**In the Resident Library
8am: Senior Report - Discussion of interesting cases from the past week with the wards senior and urgent care residents - All are welcome
12pm: The Crying Infant - Dr. Greg Lockhart

Tuesday July 29
8am: Clinical Case Discussion, Allison Lemkin, PGY 3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Shock/Vasoactive Meds - Dr. Meg Scheffler

Wednesday July 30
8am: Clinical Case Discussion, Allison Heinly, Pediatric Chief Resident
12pm: Fast Teams/Discharge Planning - Dr. Daniel Coghlin

Thursday July 31
8am: Clinical Case Discussion, Jennifer Brondon, Pediatric Chief Resident
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations

Friday Aug 1
8:30am: GRAND ROUNDS - Elephants, Genomes, and Cancer: Lessons Learned in Pediatric Oncology - Joshua Schiffman, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, Medical Director, High Risk Pediatric Cancer Clinic, Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah
12pm: RIC in Collis Conference Room

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Announcements:
1. SCID screening using newborn blood spots will begin on August 1st. Please see attached memo from Dr. Jim Padbury.

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Local Weekend Events:
Saturday July 26th 
WaterFire Full Lighting, Providence
WaterFire is a multi-sensory experience that has drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors to the city. This series of bonfires installed on the three rivers of downtown Providence entices with aromatic wood smoke, flickering firelight and enchanting music. Sponsored by: Gilead.  http://waterfire.org/
Jerry Seinfeld, Foxwoods Resort Casino 
Famed funnyman Jerry Seinfeld takes the stage with his hilarious standup routine at Foxwoods on Saturday, July 26 at 8 p.m. Tickets priced at $82.50, $110, $150 are on sale now and may be purchased online at www.foxwoods.com, by calling the Foxwoods’ Box Office at 800-200-2882, Ticketmaster at 800-745-300. Tickets are also available by visiting the box office.

Sunday July 27th 
Cyclovia On Broadway, Providence
Cyclovia Providence, a car-free event that opens Providence streets to the people so that they can walk, skate, run, bike, exercise, and socialize. This event is free, open to the public 12-4 pm and fun for people of all ages. Cyclovia will include bicycle workshops, Zumba, street vendors and more. This event will include YMCA’s Y on the Move inflatable obstacle course; Recycle-A-Bike bicycle workshops and free helmet fittings; and Zumba from multiple instructors. www.providenceri.com
Slice of History Classic Car Weekend
Located on 9-acres of Goddard State Park is the Autos of the World Classic Car show weekend. Here, visitors can shoot the breeze with the owners of some of the rarest cars and trucks in New England. Children can stand inches from a 1934 Duesenberg, or a group of vintage race cars, even a Ferrari. There will also be Fire trucks and lot of other Big Rigs too. Stroll our park and eat lunch in one of our many food and dessert vendors. This is R.I's Largest Classic car event weekend. Two full days of Antique, Exotic, European and one-of-a-kind classics. "A Slice of History" spanning over a one-hundred year history of man's automotive genius! autosoftheworld.us/

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Restaurant of the Week:
Nicks on Broadway
500 Broadway, Providence RI 02909
Pediatric Residency Events: Week of July 21-25

*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.


Monday July 21
8am: Intern Report - Allison Lemkin, PGY3 Teaching Resident;
**In the Resident Library
8am: Senior Report - Discussion of interesting cases from the past week with the wards senior and urgent care residents - All are welcome
12pm: Urgent and Emergent Psych - Dr. Emily Katz


Tuesday July 22
8am: Clinical Case Discussion - Jennifer Brondon, Pediatric Chief Resident
12pm: Critical Care Emergencies - Dr. Ivona Sediva


Wednesday July 23
8am: Code Skills - Drs. Linda Brown and Marleny Franco
12pm: Acute DKA Management - Dr. Charlotte Boney


Thursday July 24
8am: Clinical Case Discussion - Allison Lemkin, PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations


Friday July 25
8:30am: GRAND ROUNDS - Should Body Checking and Tackling Be Taught/Permitted in Youth Collision Sports? - Peter Kriz, MD, Assistant Professor of Sports Medicine, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
12pm: Fast Teams and Discharge Planning - Dr. Daniel Coghlin
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Announcements:
*None this week
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Local Weekend Events:
Saturday July 19th 

Second Annual Bake on the Beach, Newport 
An authentic clambake on the sand! We invite you to join us for a traditional McGrath Clambake on our Third Beach property, just south of Peabody's Beach. Enjoy fresh seafood, cold beverages, steel drums, and beach games all steps away from the ocean! Our Third Beach Education Center will be open with staff naturalists providing fun activities for kids. Gather your friends and family, you won’t want to miss this wonderful evening! Tickets available for purchase online until Monday, July 15th. Visit our website for more details, including menu items!  Bake on the Beach
Riverfest 2014, Woonsocket
11:00am–6:00pm. River Island Park, intersection of Bernon Street and Truman Drive. Annual celebration of the heritage and beauty of the historic Blackstone River held inside River Island Park, located off Market Square. Includes family entertainment and activities, environmental awareness, arts and crafts. blackstoneriver.org

Sunday July 20th
Black Ships Festival, Newport
Various venues. A celebration of the arts and culture of Japan, commemorating the historic achievements of Commodore Matthew C. Perry, USN, of Newport, who negotiated the first treaty between Japan and the United States. Demonstrations and workshops include origami, sushi-making, martial arts, Taiko drumming, and traditional Japanese tea ceremony. www.newportevents.com

2014 Rhode Island Colombian Day Festival and Parade, Pawtucket
Slater Mill Historic Site grounds, Roosevelt Avenue. Parade steps off at 10am from 934 Dexter Street in Central Falls, and travels along Golf Avenue to Exchange Street to Roosevelt Avenue in Pawtucket. Festival from noon to 7pmwww.colcultura.com


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Restaurant of the Week:
Providence Restaurant Week Continues 7/6-7/19...
Check out participating restaurants: http://www.goprovidence.com/rw/

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of July 14-18

*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.

Monday July 14
8am: Intern Report - Dr. Randal Rockney; 

**In the Resident Library 
8am: Senior Report - Discussion of interesting cases from the past week with the wards senior and urgent care residents - All are welcome
12pm: Secondary Survey - Dr. Deirdre Fearon

Tuesday July 15
8am: Evidence Based Medicine Presentations by wards senior residents
**In the Resident Library
12pm: Sedation and Analgesia - Dr. Linda Snelling 

Wednesday July 16
8am: Coffee with the Chiefs (Faculty Meeting)
**In the Resident Library
12pm: Rational Approach to Antibiotics - Dr. Michael Smit

Thursday July 17
8am: Antibiotics - Dr. Brian Alverson 
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations

Friday July 18
8:30am: GRAND ROUNDS - Cognitive Aspects of Antiepileptic Drugs - David Mandelbaum, MD, PhD, Professor of Neurology, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University 
12pm: Flanagan's Shenanigans (aka Klein Dine)

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Announcements:
1. From Dr. Padbury:  The July Current Best Evidence section is now available at http://jpeds.com/content/societyCollectionCBE (PDF attached).  This feature is published every two months in The Journal of Pediatrics and covers recent, interesting papers in pediatrics. 
2. The Chief Blog has been updated!!! Morning reports, Of the Days, andNoon conference presentations are now available. Check it out!  http://hasbrochiefs.blogspot.com/

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Local Weekend Events:
Saturday July 12th
WaterFire Full Lighting, Providence
WaterFire is a multi-sensory experience that has drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors to the city. This series of bonfires installed on the three rivers of downtown Providence entices with aromatic wood smoke, flickering firelight and enchanting music. Sponsored by: Fidelity Investments. http://waterfire.org/
Family Zumba Fest, Providence 
Come join us at the 2014 FAMILY ZUMBA FEST, a Latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, calorie-burning, dance fitness party. Feel the music and let loose as you party yourself into shape. 1-5pm at Roger Williams Park. Admission is free. 

Sunday July 13th
Wickford Art Festival, Wickford Village 
The 52nd Wickford Art Festival is a fine art festival set in coastal Wickford Village. Up to 250 artists from all over the country display their art amongst historic homes, lovely shops and quaint streets. Handicap accessible and dog-friendly, this festival draws art lovers from all over New England with crowds up to 100,000 attending yearly. Produced by the Wickford Art Association (WAA), the Wickford Art Festival is one of the longest running outdoor fine arts festivals in New England. http://www.wickfordart.org/

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Restaurant of the Week:
Providence Restaurant Week Continues 7/6-7/19...
Check out participating restaurants: http://www.goprovidence.com/rw/

Pediatric Residency Newsletter Week of July 7-11

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of July 7-11

*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.

Monday July 7
8am: Intern Report - Jennifer Brondon, Pediatrics Chief Resident

*Held in the Resident Library
8am: Senior Report - Discussion of interesting cases from the past week with the wards senior and urgent care residents - All are welcome
12pm: Neuro Exam - Dr. David Mandelbaum

Tuesday July 8
8am: Clinical Case Discussion - Allison Lemkin, PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Board Review with the Pediatric Chief Residents 

Wednesday July 9
8am: Clinical Case Discussion - Allison Heinly, Pediatric Chief Resident
12pm: EKG Interpretation - Dr. Kathleen Rotondo

Thursday July 10
8am: Journal Club - Allison Lemkin, PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations

Friday July 11
8:30am: GRAND ROUNDS - TBD

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Announcements:
1. From Dr. Padbury:  The July Current Best Evidence section is now available at http://jpeds.com/content/societyCollectionCBE (PDF attached).  This feature is published every two months in The Journal of Pediatrics and covers recent, interesting papers in pediatrics. 
2. The Chief Blog has been updated!!! Morning reports, Of the Days, and Noon conference presentations are now available. Check it out!  http://hasbrochiefs.blogspot.com/

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Local Weekend Events:
Friday July 4th 
Bank RI Independence Day Celebration, Providence
The RI Philharmonic Pops will perform patriotic standards (7:30pm) before the state's most spectacular fireworks display (9:15pm) closes out the 2014 BankRI Independence Day Celebration in India Point Park.

July 4th Clambake with the Fab Four, Newport
Enjoy an old-fashioned clambake at Newport Vineyards & the music of "Abbey Rhode" - RI's premier Beatles' tribute band! McGrath's Clambake will be ringing the dinner bell with a traditional menu cooked over hot rocks and seaweed. Menu includes Rhode Island clear broth chowder, lobster, barbecued chicken, mussels, steamers, salad greens, corn on the cob, chourico and watermelon. http://www.newportvineyards.com/calendar.asp

Saturday July 5th
Bluegrass on the Pawtuxet, Cranston
A brand new bluegrass festival in New England! Angry Lobster Events, In association with the Rhode Island Bluegrass Alliance, presents: 1st annual Bluegrass on the Pawtuxet at  Pawtuxet Village. Featuring: Blue Highway Steeldrivers, Tony Trischka, Pete Wernick, Kropp Dusters, Carter Brothers, Bill Thibodeau Band, Lizzy James and the Greystone rail... and many more!
Cirque Du Soleil: Varekai, Providence 
Deep within a forest, at the summit of a volcano, exists an extraordinary world a world where something else is possible. A world called Varekai. Dunkin Donuts Center, July 1-6th. Admission $35- 95.  http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/home/shows.aspx

Sunday July 6th
7th Annual Providence Restaurant Week, July 6-19Sure signs that summer is here? The grass is greener, the weather is warmer, and Providence Restaurant Week has begun! See which Rhode Island restaurants are participating and get a glimpse of their mouthwatering menus visiting the website above. http://www.goprovidence.com/RW/
OAR and Phillip Phillips, Foxwoods
Foxwoods® Resort Casino welcomes rock band O.A.R. and American Idol Season 11 winner Phillip Phillips on July 6 at the Grand Theater.

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Restaurant of the Week:Birch Restaurant 
200 Washington Street, Providence RI
(401) 272-3105
http://www.birchrestaurant.com/

Enjoy modern American cuisine rooted in classical technique, with dishes made from the best of New England's seasonal environment.

For those of you who like yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/birch-providence

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of June 30- July 4th

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of June 30- July 4th
*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.


Monday June 30
8am: Intern Report in the Resident Library led by Allison Heinly, Pediatric Chief Resident
8am: No Senior Report** 
12pm: Orientation to Nutrition and Interpreter Services - Maria Santini, Alex Gorman, Martha Aktchian


Tuesday July 1
8am: No Morning Report**  (Our rising 2nd years return!) 
12pm: Orientation to LIFEPACT and NICU transport - Dr. Susan Day 


Wednesday July 2
8am: How to Sign Out Effectively
12pm: Heme/Onc Crosscover Basics - Dr. Kathryn Scott


Thursday July 3
8am: Intro to psychiatry: a systems overview - led by Beth Brannan, Vedika Nehra, Stacey Wermert, Triple Board Chief Residents
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated small group locations


Friday July 4 - Happy 4th of July!
8:30am: No Grand Rounds** (Enjoy the holiday!)

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Announcements:
1. From Dr. Padbury:  A new Insights and Images Quiz is available on the homepage of www.jpeds.com.  The next Insights and Images quiz will be posted on July 1.  Inactive quizzes will be archived under the Collections tab onhttp://www.jpeds.com/content/pollresultspage
2. Friendly reminder: Yellow team will now house the Adolescent, Pulmonology, and Endocrine Teams beginning July 1st. To contact the yellow team senior please page 350-3689. 

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Local Weekend Events:
Saturday June 28
WaterFire Full Lighting, Providence
WaterFire is a multi-sensory experience that has drawn hundreds of thousands of visitors to the city. This series of bonfires installed on the three rivers of downtown Providence entices with aromatic wood smoke, flickering firelight and enchanting music. Sponsored by: Unitarian Universalist Association. http://waterfire.org/
Wayland Square Sidewalk Square, Providence
Join us for the annual Wayland Square Sidewalk Sale. The shops and restaurants of Wayland Square will be running fantastic sales and specials for the whole family to enjoy. Stop by to hear some live music and to participate in this Providence tradition! 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sunday June 29
Newport Art Festival, Newport
10:00am–6:00pm. Bowen's Wharf. Enjoy the wares of this carefully curated group of artists and craftsmen selected especially for this wonderful waterfront locale. Located just outside Newport's quintessential harborside restaurant, The Landing, in and among so many specialty shops, this is the place to spend the day strolling and shopping. http://www.festivalfete.com/
Providence Ghost Tour, Providence
Begins at 7:00pm nightly. Prospect Terrace, Congdon Street. A walking ghost and haunted history tour of East Side of Providence, featuring ghosts, murders, suicides, fires, and unfortunate gruesome accidents! Tickets are $15 in advance, or $18 in person. http://www.providenceghosttour.com/

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Restaurant of the Week:
Kitchen 
94 Carpenter St, Providence, RI 02903

Kitchen is a ready to serve fresh, made-from-scratch breakfast on the West Side of Providence. Open Wed-Fri 7:30am- 1:00pm and Sat-Sun 7:30am -4:00pm. FYI they only accept cash! 


For those of you who like yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/kitchen-providence