Pediatric Residency Newsletter: Week of 3/30-4/3

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of 3/30-4/3

Happy Epic GoLive! There will be no morning reports and limited noon conferences this week to provide additional time for residents to become more familiar and efficient with EPIC. Please note where each noon conference is taking place, as EPIC will be using 151 all week. 

Monday Mar 30
No conference

Tuesday Mar 31
12pm: Clinical Pathology Conference - Renee Kleris, Teaching Resident (George Auditorium)

Wednesday Apr 1
No conference 

Thursday Apr 2
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting (Locations TBD)

Friday Apr 3
8:30am: Grand Rounds:TBD

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Restaurant of the Week:
Ivy Tavern
758 Hope St, Providence, RI 02906 

Pediatric Residency Newsletter: Week of 3/23-3/27

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of 3/23-3/27

*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.

Monday March 23
8am: Intern report -Dr. Kamath
8am: Senior report - EBM presentations by our ward seniors. 
12pm: Wound Care/Suture Lab: Drs. Lewander, Lockhart and Valente

Tuesday March 24
8am: Clinical Case Discussion- Meghan Small- PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Cystic Fibrosis- Dr. Vehse

Wednesday March 25
8am: Clinical Case Discussion- Renee Kleris- PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Mineral Metabolism- Dr. Jose Quintos

Thursday March 26
8am:  Clinical Case Discussion- Meghan Small- PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations

Friday March 27
8:30am: Grand Rounds- The Marijuana Brain - Suzanne De La Monte, MD, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Professor of Neurosurgery and David Mandelbaum, MD, Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics, Chief of Pediatric Neurology, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University 
12pm: ER EPIC TRAINING for those scheduled 151
Also- Katz Chats - PGY2 in the Resident Library


Announcements:
1) If you need to get in touch with Allison this weekend please call her cell phone: (410) 707-8860.

2) RESIDENT FATIGUE! If you are too fatigued to drive home following a shift, please do not put yourself in danger. Please call a cab, or contact us, and we can do so for you. The GME will reimburse you for cab fair within two weeks upon receiving a receipt for the cab fair. Please see the official GME policy that is attached. 


Restaurant of the Week:
Bocado Tapas and Wine Bar
60 Valley St.
Providence, RI 02909Phone number

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of 3/9-3/13

DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME overnight THIS SATURDAY INTO SUNDAY AT 2AM! (technically sunday 3/8 at 2am). Set clocks forward one hour!


*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.

Monday March 9
8am: Intern report - Renee Kleris 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: Pediatric Dental - Dr. G. Dupont

Tuesday March 10
8am: EPIC ER TRAINING
12pm: Flanagan's Shenanigans 

also 12pm: Global Health- "Decentralizing Health Delivery: Public-Private Partnerships, Vaccine initiatives, and HIV training programs".
Objectives: 1. Review recent advances in pediatric HIV care 2. Discuss successful vaccine initiatives and private-public partnerships 3. Analyze the efficacy of capacity building HIV training program at St Damien Hospital in Haiti. -Dr. Mike Koster  & Sarah Davey MPH '15 in the George Auditorium

Wednesday March 11
8am: Clinical Case Discussion - Renee Kleris PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: ALTE- Dr. Coghlin

Thursday March 12
8am:  Clinical Case Discussion- Meghan Small PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations

Friday March 13
8:30am: Grand Rounds: Zero Harm Initiatives: Update on Our Journey. Ivona Sediva MD Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University; Lina Hevenor RN, MPH, MS Director, Patient Safety, Lifespan in the George Auditorium
12pm: EPIC ER TRAINING 
also Katz Chats- PGY3 in Resident Library
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Announcements:
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 March 17.  Inactive quizzes will be archived under the Collections tab on  http://www.jpeds.com/content/pollresultspage

You also can sign-up to receive free Table of Contents and Article in Press e-mail alerts from The Journal of Pediatrics by logging in or registering at http://www.jpeds.com/user/alerts/savetocalert.

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Restaurant of the Week:
Mile and a Quarter
334 S Water St
Providence, RI 02903Phone number(401) 331-1500

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of 2/2-2/6

*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.

Monday Feb 9
8am: Intern report - Meghan Small PGY3 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: Hematuria/Glomerulonephritis - Dr. Faizan

Tuesday Feb 10
8am: "How to Teach a Procedure"  -Resident Leadership in Medical Education
12pm:Global Health - George Auditorium

Wednesday Feb 11
8am: Clinical Case Discussion- Jen Brondon Chief Resident
12pm: Contraception/Options Counseling - Dr. Forcier

Thursday Feb 12
8am:  Cellulitis/FB localization with Bedside Ultrasound in the ER- Dr. Erica Constantine
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations

Friday Feb 13
8:30am: Grand Rounds -Update on Neonatal Encephalopathy, HIE and Neurologic Outcomes. Dr. Katherine D. Wenstrom, MD Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and Abbot R. Laptook, MD Professor of Pediatrics, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
12pm: Journal Club- Meghan Small PGY3** Article to be sent next week

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Announcements:
Great article brought to our attention by Melanie Jacobson:
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Local Weekend Events

Saturday, Feb 7th
Lachlan Patterson- Comedy Connection of Rhode Island
Hot off his memorable debut performance on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno Lachlan Patterson has one of the most recognizable working comedians in the Stand Up world today. With Festival invitations from Austin, Montreal, Aspen, Michigan, Vancouver and Nova Scotia there is no shortage of stage time for this brilliant young performer. Tune in to Comedy Central and you can find Lachlan performing on the series Live at Gotham or on the Comedy Network where he filmed his uproarious half hour special

No Time to Waste at the Providence Children's Museum
Kids and adults learn what's so funny about trash during an interactive family comedy that gives a lighthearted look at the three R’s of protecting the environment – reducing, reusing and recycling. Four 20-minute shows at 10:30 AM, 11:30 AM, 12:30 PM and 1:30 PM; recommended for ages 5 and up. Underwritten by Dominion Foundation.http://www.childrenmuseum.org/

Sunday, Feb 8th 
The Meeting-Ocean State Theatre Company
New England premiere! This fascinating and dramatically compelling play, depicts the imagined meeting of two of the most significant men of modern times: Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Differing in their philosophies, but alike in their desire for equality, the two men debate their conflicting approaches to the same grave social problems. Both understand they may have to give their life for their beliefs, but neither is aware of how soon their assassins' bullets would await themhttp://www.oceanstatetheatre.org/tickets/the-meeting/

Providence Bruins AHL Hockey vs. Springfield Falconshttp://www.providencebruins.com/events/detail/providence-bruins-vs-st-johns


Restaurant of the Week:
Aspire 
Aspire is a vibrant guest-focused restaurant located in the heart of downtown Providence's theater district. Aspire and it's lounge, A-Bar, offer contemporary American cuisine with a Rhode Island flair. Aspire is also well known for their Friday Night Live Jazz and Acoustic Sunday Brunches.
311 Westminster Street
Providence, RI 02903
(401) 521-3333

Pediatric Residency Newsletter: Week of 2/2-2/6

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of 2/2-2/6

*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.

Monday Feb 2
8am: Intern report - Becky MacDonell-Yilmaz 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: Visual Diagnosis - Dr. Sadiqa Kedni

Tuesday Feb 3 ** Intern switch day
8am: Clinic Case Discussion - Becky MacDonell-Yilmaz, PGY3 Teaching Resident 
12pm: Katz Chats for the interns in the Resident Library 

Wednesday Feb 4
8am: New Newborn Hypoglycemia Guidelines- Dr. Tom Murphy
12pm: Skin and Soft Tissue Infections - Dr. Penny Dennehy

Thursday Feb 5 ** Senior switch day
8am: Mock Code for ward teams, any interested residents welcome
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations

Friday Feb 6
8:30am: Grand Rounds - Sport Medicine Update 2015 - Peter Kriz, MD, Assistant Professor of Orthopedics and Pediatrics, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
12pm: RIC meeting in Collis

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Announcements:
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 February 3.  Inactive quizzes will be archived under the Collections tab on http://www.jpeds.com/content/pollresultspage.

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Local Weekend Events

Saturday, Jan 31st 
All Inclusive Brewery Bus Tour, Providence Rise and shine its Brewery tour time! Meet us in front of Trinity Brew House and hop on board. First stop is Bucket Brewery in Pawtucket. Learn and sample some great beer from team Bucket as they show off their brewery. See where they started and how they have grown in a short time. Next stop is Foolproof Brewing, also in Pawtucket! We will head inside and taste some of Rhode Island’s favorite local beer. You will not be disappointed with the beer from these guys. Our last stop takes us to Woonsocket and the folks over at Ravenous Brewing. Here we will taste the coffee milk stout that has everyone talking along with some other delicious brews. Last, we hop back on the bus and head for Providence! Your knowledge will be tested and prizes will be given out to those who listened along the way. Make sure you head into Trinity Brew House after our tour and enjoy 20% off your meal just for being a Brew Bus rider! Now that’s a GREAT deal!  http://www.therhodeislandbrewbus.com/

Sunday, Feb 1st 
NFL Super Bowl XLIX
Watch the New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, 6:30 pm on NBC. 

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Restaurant of the Week:
The Salted Slate
186 Wayland Ave, Providence, RI 
(401) 270-3737

Pediatric Residency Newsletter: Week of 1/26-1/30

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of 1/26-1/30

*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.

Monday Jan 26
8am: Intern report - Dr. Dana Kaplan 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: QI & Patient Safety - Dr. Ivona Sediva

Tuesday Jan 27
8am: Jeopardy! 
12pm: Gizmos and Gadgets in Respiratory Care - Dr. Karen Daigle 

Wednesday Jan 28
8am: Mock Code for ward teams, any interested residents welcome
12pm: STI and PID - Dr. Patricia Flanagan 

Thursday Jan 29
8am: Clinical Case Discussion - Jen Brondon, Pediatic Chief Resident
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations

Friday Jan 30
8:30am: Grand Rounds - What to Expect when You are Expecting a Baby with Gastroschisis - Arlet Kurkchubasche, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
12pm: Katz Chats with the PGY2s

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Announcements:
RESIDENTS (& faculty) GET YOUR REST!!
The American Academy of of Sleep Medicine has developed a program called Safety, Alertness and Fatigue, Education in Residency (SAFER) designed to help residents educate themselves on the dangers of sleep deprivation and tips to help prevent and manage fatigue.  
Brief points from the learning module:
1) Recognize sleep deprivation. If it is hindering you from safe patient care please call us. 
2) Caffeine- can be helpful but limit use 3-4 hours prior to sleeping as it can disrupt your sleep rhythm. 
2) Exercise: Stretch, run in place, or do jumping jacks. Walk briskly from house to car, car to hospital
3) Light: Best: full spectrum light (e.g.sunlight) Any bright light helps.

If you are sleep deprived, some tips on how to recover:
A) Optimize your sleep environment – Cool, dark, quiet
B) Practice good sleep hygiene – Pre-sleep relaxation, reduce alerting
stimuli, make bed a cue for sleep.


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 February 3.  Inactive quizzes will be archived under the Collections tab on http://www.jpeds.com/content/pollresultspage.

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Local Weekend Events

Friday, Jan 23rd
Providence Bruins vs. Manchester Monarchs
Dunkin' Donuts Center 7:05 pm.

22nd Annual Providence Boat Show
Step into summer this January at the 22nd Annual Providence Boat Show, a three-day family-friendly happening that features hundreds of powerboats, sailboats, kayaks, and other watercraft; free seminars with experts to give you the know-how on boat handling, navigation and equipment; and plenty of inspiration with special appearances of the sport’s leading personalities and experts. This year’s show—one of New England’s largest indoor winter boating expos—also includes hands-on activities for all ages, sea-to-table cooking demonstrations with the region’s leading chefs, and a special preview of the Volvo Ocean Race, a round-the-world sailing marathon that visits Rhode Island in May 2015. http://providenceboatshow.com/

Saturday Jan 24th
Dinner In Tuscany - COOKING CLASS
Even if you've never visited Tuscany's sun-soaked hilltowns, silvery olive groves, or grain-filled plains, your palate shouldn't be deprived of the sensuous delights of its famous flavors! Explore the rustic, traditional, simply fabulous food of Italy's Tuscan region. Imagine you're in the hills of Tuscany as you learn to make these amazing authentic dishes. On the menu: Sauteed Escarole and Pine Nuts, Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Brown Butter Sage Sauce, Roasted Cornish Game Hens with Pancetta, and Tuscan Apple-Nut Tort. http://professorchef.com/january-2015.html

Save The Bay Seal Cruise - Newport
Join us for our award-winning seal-watching tours around Rose Island. We provide binoculars and expert guides. Free Parking! http://www.savebay.org/seals
 
 
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Restaurant of the Week:
Providence Winter Restaurant Week 1/11-1/24
See who's participating: http://www.goprovidence.com/rw/

Pediatric Residency Newsletter: Week of 1/19-1/23

Pediatric Residency Events: Week of 1/19-1/23

*All conferences are in Hasbro 151 unless otherwise noted.

Monday Jan 19
8am: Intern report - Dr. Beth Brannan 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: Headache - Dr. Mandelbaum

Tuesday Jan 20
8am:  EBM presentations by ward senior residents
12pm: Board review - Jen Brondon and Allison Heinly, Pediatric Chief Residents 

Wednesday Jan 21
8am: Faculty Meeting - No morning report (sorry we had the dates wrong this month!)
12pm: Single Ventricle Lesions: Understanding the Fontan - Dr. Feit

Thursday Jan 22
8am: Clinic Case Discussion - Becky MacDonell-Yilmaz, PGY3 Teaching Resident
12pm: Primary Care Micropractice Meeting in designated locations

Friday Jan 23
8:30am: Grand Rounds - Sequencing Circulating Cell Free DNA in Maternal Plasma: Current Capabilities - Barbara M. O'Brien, MD, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Glenn E. Palomaki, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
12pm: Katz Chats with the PGY3s

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Announcements:
From the GME: 
1. Dr. Carino will be the interim GME director until a permanent replacement can be found for Dr. Fischer (she is now working for the national ACGME).
2. We are all receiving raises!! (above our yearly raises) effective June 2015 (2% for PGY1 to 4 and 1% for PGY 5 to 8). The differences between years is because PGY 5 to 8 salaries are already above the national mean.
3. We are holding our semi annual GME resident/fellow meeting in March and have asked Dr. Alper (head of the EPIC implementation committee) to speak. I would strongly encourage everyone to be there and to forward any questions you have to me. This is your opportunity to voice your concerns on just about anything. Please attend!
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Local Weekend Events

January 17th:
Dinner In Paris with A Professor Chef 
Take a trip to Paris all while in the comfortable surroundings of your own home inspired from classic French cuisine. Join Chef Phil as he shares Apple Salad with Blue Cheese and Pomegranate Vinaigrette; Roast Chicken with Lemon and Croutons; Gnocchi with Mushrooms and Butternut Squash finishing with a delightful Crème Brule. $60.  http://professorchef.com/january-2015.html

January 16th-18th:
The Illusionists, Providence Performing Arts Center
This mind blowing spectacular showcases the jaw dropping talents of seven of the most incredible Illusionists on earth. The Illusionists has shattered box office records across the globe and dazzles audiences of all ages with a powerful mix of the most outrageous and astonishing acts ever to be seen on stage. This non-stop show is packed with thrilling and sophisticated magic of unprecedented proportions. $38-68.  http://www.ppacri.org/
 
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Restaurant of the Week:
Providence Winter Restaurant Week 1/11-1/24
See who's participating: http://www.goprovidence.com/rw/