Elective Number: (Oasis E74z)2913
Rotation Supervisor: Reza Daugherty, MD
Rotation Coordinator: Sandy Kerns (firstname.lastname@example.org); 924-9484
Rotation Duration: 2 weeks
Rotation Location: UVA Medical Center, Main Hospital & UVA Children’s Hospital (Battle Building)
Number of Students per Rotation: 2
Rotations Available: 3a, 3b, 4a, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a, 9b, 10b, 11a, 11b, 12a, 12b, 13a, 14a & 14b
Typical Day/Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Attendance Policy: Attendance at elective activities is mandatory.
- Anyone who is ill or has a personal or family emergency must contact Student Affairs and the Rotation Supervisor.
- All requests for days off must be emailed to Sandy Kerns, Education Coordinator (email@example.com)
- Students are allowed to take off 1 day per week to interview between November 1 and February 1.
- Additional days missed must be approved by the Rotation Supervisor.
Dress Code: Professional Attire
Attitude/Expectation: An active level of participation is expected. Working with children is both delightful and challenging.
Lecture Attendance: Students are to attend all resident lectures and Division multidisciplinary conferences with which there is no other conflict.
This rotation will provide an exposure to the role of imaging in pediatric patient care. It is an ideal rotation for anyone interested in pediatrics, pediatric subspecialties, or in radiology. The rotation will offer the medical student an introduction to the importance of imaging and the role of the pediatric radiologist in the pediatric health care system. The physician in training will gain experience in radiography, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, CT, and MRI as they apply to children.
To aid the medical student in meeting the above mentioned objectives, the student will participate in all read outs with the pediatric radiology faculty, will attend inter-disciplinary conferences and will review prepared teaching materials for self-study. Medical students will be present during the decision-making process, planning, and management of patients.
See Course Description above.
General Learning Objectives:
- Enhance knowledge of pediatric anatomy, physiology and pathology through imaging.
- Obtain familiarization of the integral components of radiology reports.
- Prepare the fourth year medical student to effectively use radiology resources for pediatric patient care by introducing the specific modalities used in pediatric imaging, and the why, when, and how they are implemented for clinical applications.
- Enable medical students who plan to work with children to appreciate the considerations unique to imaging them, including aspects of the patient/parent/health care team dialog.
- Learn to recognize common pediatric pathologies and diseases with imaging at various patient ages, such as infections, fractures, congenital malformations, and tumors.
Required Readings/Resources:Lane F. Donnelly. Fundamentals