Wednesday, May 22 (Harkness)
- 0800 – 0830 Altitude Illness Simon Kotlyar
- 0830 – 0900 Patient Assessment David Della-Giustina
- 0900 – 0930 Lightning David Della-Giustina
- 0930 – 1000 Avalanche Karen Della-Giustina
- 1000 – 1100 Hot, Cold and Frostbite Karen Jubanyik
- 1100 – 1200 Animal Bites and Stings LeGrand Rogers
- 1200 – 1300 Diving Medicine Tony Tomassoni
Thursday, May 23 (Wallingford Rod and Gun Club)
- 0900 – 1000 Medical Problems
- 1000 – 1030 Patient Assessment Skills
- 1030 – 1130 Splinting / Dislocations
- 1130 – 1200 Medical Kits
- 1200 – 1300 Lunch
- 1300 – 1345 C-Spine Management
- 1345 – 1430 Litters and Patient Packaging
- 1430 – 1500 Wound Management
- 1500 – 1600 Infectious Disease
Study on your own: Drowning and Water Disinfection
Friday, May 24
- 0900 – 1000 HEENTS
- 1000 – 1100 Written Test
- 1100 – 1300 Practical Scenario Testing
Wallingford Rod & Gun Club
Today’s didactics will all take place in Harkness.
- 8am-9am: Wilderness Medicine with Dr. Douglas Bernstein (Harkness)
- 9am-10am: Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine with Dr. Michael Alfonzo (Harkness)
- 10am-11am: Pass-the-pointer with Ultrasound Faculty (Harkness)
- 11am-12pm: Journal Clube with Dr. Zayed Yasin (Harkness)
- 12pm-1pm: Introduction to Toxicology with Dr. Rebecca Bruccoleri (Harkness)
Today is oral exam practice at Congress, followed by a review at noon at Harkness.
Didactics will start at Congress and then move to Harkness at 10am.
- 8am-10am: Area of Concentration- Administration with Dr. Moscovitz, Sim with Drs. Evans and Blomstrom, Research, and Ultrasound (Congress)
- 10am-11am: LGBT Health Issues with Dr. Thomas(Harkness)
- 11am-12pm: Administrative Session with Drs. Bernstein, Della-Giustina, and Goldflam (Harkness)
- 12pm-1pm: Quiz with Dr. Della-Giustina (Harkness)
Dr. Zlatkovic is featured on the main Yale School of Medicine webpage. The article is part of a larger series about how people choose to work in EM. Congrats to her!
Here is a link to the main page where Tanja’s interview as a “Featured Article”:
Here’s a link to the story, housed on the main YSM page:
Finally, here’s a link to the story’s home on the DEM site.
Today’s didactics will start at Congress and then move to Harkness for Grand Rounds at 11am.
- 8am-11am: Small groups and Simulation with Drs. Tarabar, Taylor, and Sather (Congress)
- 11am-1pm: Grand Rounds “Reperfusion Injury Following Cardiac Arrest and The Role of Supplemental Oxygen” & “Advances in Sepsis Resuscitation” with Dr. Stephen Trzeciak, Cooper University Health Care (Harkness)
Every year several ED staff, residents, and their family support this local ride. Join former Yale EM Chief Resident, Melanie Lippmann, on the annual Sharon’s ride. Below is a note from Melanie:
Didactics will begin at Congress at 8AM and then head to Harkness at 11AM.
- 8am-11am: Simulation/ New EMS Protocols with Dr. Bogucki/ The ED Physician in Public Health Preparedness with Dr. Tomassoni (Congress)
- 11am-12pm: Journal Club with Dr. Yuko Nakajima (Harkness)
- 12pm-1pm: M&M with Dr. Faizan Arshad (Harkness)
Yale, which has the oldest college hockey program in the country, won its first NCAA championship Saturday night by defeating the neighboring Quinnipiac University Bobcats. It was an improbable series as Yale went as the #15 seed and had to defeat the second and third seeds on the way to the #1 Quinnipiac, whose rink is only 8 miles from Yale’s rink.
Congratulations to the Bulldogs!