The following are Procedures and Skills Integral to the Practice of Emergency Medicine from the Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine see also the June 2001 issue of Academic Emergency Medicine.
ED RESIDENT FOLLOW-UP SHEET Initials: ________________
Case Details: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
ED Diagnosis: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Return to mail box of Dr. Detiege
Final Diagnosis: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Education Point: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Patient Feedback / Satisfaction: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
ED Resident: ____________________________________
Must submit 5 patient follow-up forms/month while in ED, including ED expirations referred to ME/coroner. Follow-up can be achieved via the cliq system. To obtain an autopsy report done at MCLANO, email Dr. Robin McGoey in the Dept of Pathology (email@example.com) with the patient’s name and medical record number. The follow up documentation will be through Residency Partner.
House Officer will be required to comply with institutional policy regarding duty hours monitoring / recording through the use of Residency Partner Computer Program. House Officer must record their duty hours for ACGME compliance by entering the data in the Duty Hours Module of Residency Partner. Periodic monitoring will be done to ensure that duty hours are being logged into the system.
Residency Partner is the official web-based system for tracking all resident and fellow demographic information and rotation schedules. It is also used by residents to complete duty hours, procedure logs and evaluations.
Information for residents, fellows and attendings:
Residency Partner login
Quick Start Card
Resident frequently asked questions
For procedures: login to residency partner, go to “cases”, click on “new”, put in correct date, institution and supervisor; the default will be “Emergency Medicine” and “ACGME”. Under ACGME procedures you will find the main procedures you should be logging. If the procedure is not listed under ACGME, then look under ER. Please use the ACGME link preferentially and just write in under comments any specifics. (ie, “central venous access” is an ACGME procedure, then you can type in “femoral” or “subclavian” under comments). You can input more than one procedure per patient, but when you are finished inputting each procedure MAKE SURE you click “Add CPT to Experience” and then click “Save” when you are finished with that patient.
Information for Program Directors and Coordinators