In addition to patient experience and bedside teaching, our program offers an extensive didactic program during residency training. There are several regularly scheduled conferences that residents are required or encouraged to attend. These include conferences within the ACH Pediatric Neuroscience Center as well as the Department of Pediatrics and Department of Neurology. Our residents also have access to a board review question bank as well as a board review series prior to graduation. During training, residents have the opportunity to attend national conferences such as the American Academy of Neurology and the Child Neurology Society annual meetings to provide further learning in the various areas of neurology. Below are examples of available conferences within our program.
Neuroscience Grand Rounds
These occur weekly with focus on continuing education for multiple specialties within the Neuroscience Center including but not limited to Neurology, Neurosurgery, Rehabilitation and Genetics. Presentations are given by residents, various attendings and invited speakers.
These occurs once weekly prior to Neuroscience Grand Rounds to review interesting neuroimaging cases.
Child Neurology Crash Course
This lecture series runs for two months at the beginning of each academic year with weekly lectures focusing on common child neurology diagnoses including workup and treatment options.
Child Neurology Adverse Event Conferences
These occur intermittently throughout the year to review cases, reflect on improvement opportunities and to discuss ongoing/future QI projects.
Child Neurology Journal Club
Journal Club occurs every other month to critically review recent journal articles.
Program Director Meetings
These meetings occur once per month to allow dedicated time with the residents and the program director. A formal didactic lecture is given with alternating lectures on the current AAN Continuum Series and interesting EEGs.
Adult Neurology Lecture Series
These lectures occur daily at noon and cover various topics in neurology, including lectures in both adult and pediatric neurology.
Adult Neurology Grand Rounds
These occur weekly with presentations on various topics of neurology and associated specialties. Presentations are given by residents, attendings and invited speakers.
Pediatric Grand Rounds
These lectures occur on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month with goals to provide information that will enhance physician’s clinical skills to diagnose and treat patients in multiple areas of pediatric primary and subspecialty care.
These occur every Thursday as a teleconference educational series on various pediatric topics. Participants are involved from around the state.