Program Director: Benjamin Collins-Hamel, DO
Program Coordinator: Melanie Moser
Approved Positions: 13
Daily Morning Lectures
Cover a variety of specialties and topics
Presented by residents, faculty, and visiting guest speakers
Lectures are often interactive and develop critical thinking skills
Daily Noon Board Review
Consist entirely of MKSAP board prep questions
Provides a collaborative atmosphere for residents and medical students to review both test taking skills and newly emerging guidelines and recommendations
Monthly Journal Club
Residents present an overview of a study of their own choosing
Discussion takes place after each presentation to analyze the study and the biostatistical methods used within the study
Many residents are involved in different research activities including poster presentations, case reports, and randomized controlled trials.
Interns are strongly encourages to get involved early with research projects. QI chiefs keeps a running excel sheet with all ongoing projects and residents teams.
Biostatistician, Judith Boura works through the GME department to assist with biostatistical analysis of research projects.
QI block during PGY-1 year is scheduled to allow residents time to introduce themselves to quality improvement methods and focus on starting projects they would like to invest more time in as their residency progresses.
MSU SCS offers lectures, certification courses, workshops, and webinars throughout the academic year.