A four-week rotation is offered for medical students interested in the subspecialty of pediatric radiology.
This rotation will increase the awareness of the student in the area of pathologic/radiologic findings.
Each student will have duties assigned as follows:
- Reading assignment in the fields of chest, urinary tract, gastrointestinal tract, neurology, and neonatology, including basic principles of imaging such as fluoroscopy, special procedures, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and CT scanning
- The pathologic/radiologic museum containing some 2,000 cases, each individually prepared for self- teaching is available to students on this rotation. A computer-assisted program is available for accessing this teaching file
- Senior attending staff will review cases on a daily basis with the student based on the inpatient and outpatient flow
- Conferences will be attended on a weekly basis, including:
- Radiologic Grand Rounds, Wednesday at 8:15 a.m.
- Pediatric Grand Rounds, Friday at 8:15 a.m.
- Tumor Board Conference, third Tuesday at 12:00 Noon
- Surgical/Radiology Conference - (ABOVE ARE MANDATORY)
- Daily house officer didactic program, 12:00 Noon
The standard "Evaluation of Competency" form issued by the Department of Medical Education will be completed at the end of the rotation.