Clinical Curriculum

Each year consists of 13 separate four-week rotations. Central to the curriculum is the expectation to provide comprehensive training in the areas fundamental to the specialty of emergency medicine. Furthermore, emergency medicine residents will develop an understanding and awareness of the major disciplines with which the emergency medicine specialist must interface. The components of the experiential curriculum are listed below.

01

Fundamentals

  • Emergency Medicine - TUH 26 weeks

  • Pediatric  Emergency Medicine - CHOP 4 weeks

  • Pediatric ICU - St.Chris 4 weeks

  • Trauma 4 weeks

  • Medical ICU 4 weeks

  • Anesthesia/Ultrasound - 4 weeks

  • Obstetrics/Gynecology - 2 weeks

  • EMS - 1 week

  • Vacation - 3 weeks

02

Efficiency 

  • Emergency Medicine - TUH 23 weeks

  • Emergency Medicine - Episcopal 4 weeks

  • Emergency Medicine - Jeanes 4 weeks

  • Pediatric  Emergency Medicine - CHOP 3 weeks

  • Surgical ICU - 4 weeks

  • Trauma 4 weeks

  • Burn ICU 4 weeks

  • Elective - 2 weeks

  • Vacation - 4 weeks

03

Leadership

  • Emergency Medicine - TUH 26 weeks

  • Emergency Medicine - Espiscopal 4 weeks

  • Emergency Medicine - Jeanes 4 weeks

  • Pediatric  Emergency Medicine - CHOP 4 weeks

  • Medical ICU 4 weeks

  • Administration/Toxicology - 4 weeks

  • Elective - 2 weeks

  • Vacation - 4 weeks

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