Faculty of Emergency Medicine Medical Education
Residents PGY - 3
Residents PGY - 2
Residents PGY - 1
- PGY - 1
- PGY - 2
- PGY - 3
- Emergency Medicine - Integrated Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine
- Journal Club
- Purpose of the Didactic
As one of the key components in ACGME program requirements, research activity is an essential part of training. In the era of evidence-based medicine, we strongly believe at AdventHealth Orlando that residents should develop critical thinking skills to evaluate the publications and apply new knowledge in their clinical practice. Our program has a well-developed infrastructure and fostering culture to support residents who are interested in pursuing basic research, clinical research, or quality improvement/patient safety projects. By promoting research and scholarly activities, our ultimate goal is to train the next generation of physicians with strengths in both clinical and academic medicine.
Residents and faculty involved in required GME scholarly activities receive guidance from the Center for Academic Research Excellence (CARE) through the Clinical Academic Research team, comprised of an Academic Research Mentor, a Project Coordinator, and a Regulatory Coordinator. In addition, the center includes a group of biostatisticians, a health economist, and a medical editor.
CARE assists residents and faculty with all types of scholarly activities (case studies, QI projects and research studies), from study design and protocol development, to data analysis and poster, presentation or manuscript preparation.
Eligibility and Benefits
- Nationally Recognized Expertise
- Physician wellbeing
Bedside Ultrasound Fellowship
The Beside Ultrasound Fellowship is a 1-year fellowship based AdventHealth East Orlando, a community-based urban program with a wide breadth of pathology and high acuity. During the year, the fellows gain a mastery of Ultrasonography principles and techniques for image acquisition and clinical implementation through dedicated scan shifts with faculty and weekly quality assurance (QA). This includes exposure to advanced topics such as advanced echocardiography, transesophageal echography, and regional anesthesia. In addition, the fellows hone their ability to educate through regular didactics for medical students, residents, and allied health professionals. Finally, fellows learn how to run a program including billing and credentialing, quality assurance, hardware purchasing and maintenance. With this specialized training, fellows are well positioned to obtain a position in ultrasound leadership in academic, community, or hybrid practice.