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Welcome to Peds Boot Camp!
We are excited to meet you all, learn where you will be heading for residency and share with you some of our experiences.
The boot camp will start on March 15th at 10:00 on Zoom. This year will be a hybrid on remote and in-person learning opportunities.
We hope you are as excited as we are to start this course. We have an amazing group of instructors who are excited to teach and be a resource for you. We want to reiterate, that the course is intended to be as interactive and hand-on as possible with the aim of exposing you to high yield situations that you will experience in residency. We will be asking for your enthusiasm and participation in the sessions and will welcome your feedback throughout the course.
The schedule is included below. While the days will be packed with material, there is a good chance that we will be ending early on some days. A few tips below:
We look forward to meeting you all soon.
Bekah & Jesse
|9:45-12:30||Bugs and drugs/Labs|
|9:30-11:00||Conversation with teens|
|11:00-12:30||Tech in learning and medicine|
|1:30-4:30||Parent questions 101|
|3:00-4:00||Introduction to POCUS|
|1:30-3:00||Residents as teachers|
|3:00-4:30||Global health/Health disparities|
Today we will be getting to know one another and learning tips for different pieces of the pediatric physical exam.
|15-Mar||10:00-10:30||Check in with Sara Fear|
Internship (and the rest of life) is stressful. We will start the morning with some time exploring reflection as one tool for wellness and learning.
For the remainder of the day we will be focusing on clinical reasoning, organization and communication skills necessary for life on the wards: developing assessments and plans, figuring out how to create and prioritize a to-do list, answering pages and giving handoffs. It will be a packed day, just like a day in the life of an intern!
Watch the brief videos below and reflect on the where communication went well and where there was opportunity for improvement. (Yes, the acting is Oscar worthy.)
We will spend the morning thinking about bugs and the drugs that kill them. The afternoon will be spend talking about the “controversies” around vaccines and discussing how to talk about them with skeptical and concerned parents.
|9:45-12:30||OC.7.830||Bugs and Drugs/Labs|
Hi all. In preparation for tomorrow’s session, please research your assigned topic and prepare to share what you found with everyone. Everyone will have about 7 minutes to share. Also, come with the craziest thing you read on the internet about vaccines. 🙂
Kaiser: Canadian vaccine schedule
Kilia: European vaccine schedule
Paula: Dr. Bob Sears Schedule
Rachel: Dr. Paul Thomas Schedule
Nicole: Stefan Lanka theories
Phanith: Natural or homeopathic vaccine alternatives
Bugs and Drugs:
This morning we will hear about talking with teenagers and practice some of the questions and conversations that will be important in their care. Then we will play Jeopardy! to review how to describe rashes and fractures.
In the afternoon you will get the chance to hear the experts talk about all the advice you will soon be expected to share with parents. Get ready to answer questions such as, “Should I sleep train my baby?”, “When and how do I toilet train?”, “Should I give my baby peanut butter?” and “What should I do about discipline?” You will have the chance to discuss resources and recommendations that you have found…from Professional Society Guidelines to random weird websites.
|9:30-11:30||Conversation with teens|
|1:30-4:30||Parent questions 101|
Consent laws be state– sexual and mental health
Consent laws by state– consent to sex
HAPPY MATCH DAY!!!!
Today is all about pediatric resuscitation including what you as an intern can do in the first few minutes of a code to save a life!
|9:00-11:30||UW WISH||Airway Simulations|
|12:30-3:00||UW WISH||Resuscitation Simulations|
|3:00-4:00||UW WISH||Introduction to POCUS|
2. Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SXa1Hc3OSE. Watch until minute 15:40
3. Use your SonoSim login to complete the following modules: 1) Core Clinical: Fundamentals of Ultrasound 2) Procedures- Peripheral Venous Access
The morning will be spent learning about how to develop resiliency to buoy you through the harder times of residency. We will take a slight detour to practice prescription writing and discuss options for pain management. In the afternoon we will be honing our communication skills to think about palliative care discussions.