Clinical Teaching Rounds
Conducted once daily, starts between 8:30 and 9:00 am based on attending preference. This is a core teaching rounds based or inpatient stroke, general neurology and consult services.
This is held monthly, with emphasis on key neurology articles, controversial issues/treatment, evidence based guidelines for patient care.
Neurology Core Curriculum Conference
This is held in blocks of 2-3 months with emphasis on core neurology curriculum. This ranges from Neuromuscular, Neuro-opthalmology, Neuroradiology, Multiple Sclerosis, Basic Neuroscience, Peripheral Nervous system, etc. These lectures are conducted by neurologists with expertise in these various sub-specialties.
This weekly conference is an overview of scans reviewed by the neurology inpatient team.
Neurology Interesting Case Conference
These conferences are held weekly by specialty specific attendings emphasis on interesting or rare presentations of common neurology diseases. Cases include aspects of all subspecialties including Movement, Sleep medicine, Vascular neurology, Neuromuscular, Neuro-ophthalamology, Multiple Sclerosis, Pediatric neurology, etc.
Cases are drawn from Neurology and Neurosurgery and are conducted by Dr. Sarah Martin, Pathology Department. Monthly brain cutting sessions are held in the Anatomical lab of the JUMP building. This is an interactive conference which all learners on service attend.
Neuroscience Grand Rounds
Held every Friday between 8:00 – 9:00 am, topics alternate between Neurology, Neurosurgery, Psychiatry and research topics. The Neurology department has hosted many distinguished lecturers. The Neurology resident is expected to present a topic of their interest at grand rounds yearly.
Held every Friday between 7:00 am to 8:00 am, conducted by Neuroradiology department with input from Neurology and Neurosurgery departments.
Interdisciplinary Stroke Rounds
While on the stroke service, residents are responsible for presenting their patients and their current medical treatment plans to an interdisciplinary team consisting of the stroke center coordinator, nursing floor case manager, neuro pharmacist, members of the therapy department, and the rehabilitation unit case manager. Each of the team members is responsible for reporting their needs and goals to the resident and the resident is then responsible for coordination of medical care to help accomplish these goals.
Board reviews are held one Monday per month to help in preparation for the annual RITE exam and to use as study guides for Board preparation. Specialty specific faculty attend these reviews, according to topics.
Held once per month
This weekly conference is an overview of scans reviewed by the neurology inpatient team