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Radiology (M90)  (Dept. Info)Medicine  (Policies)YR2021

M90 Radiol 801General Radiology0.0 Unit
Description:Valid start weeks for 4-week blocks are: Weeks 9, 13, 17, 21, 25, 29, 33, 37, and 41.

This four-week introductory radiology elective allows students to rotate through four of the following radiology services; Pediatrics, Abdominal Imaging, Musculoskeletal, Neuroradiology and Nuclear Medicine. Once workflow is back to pre-COVID baseline, other subspecialty rotations may be added in Emergency Radiology, Mammography, Chest, and Interventional Radiology. Until pre-COVID workflow is restored, this rotation will remain completely virtual. Preferences should be emailed at least two weeks prior to the course start date, and they are on a first come first serve basis, and cannot be guaranteed. The primary course objective is to familiarize students with the scope of diagnostic, and potentially interventional, radiology including the consulting role radiologists provide to primary care and specialty providers, risks/benefits and cost effectiveness of radiologic examinations, and guidelines for ordering common studies as well as specific disease entities and their radiologic appearance and work-up. If workflow returns to pre-COVID status, students spend the majority of the day in the radiology reading rooms with residents, fellows, and faculty for interactive teaching based on daily clinical cases. Students will attend morning case-based conferences and noon didactic conferences with the residents. The students will have an observational role in conferences and in the clinical setting. In the afternoon, students will attend virtual conferences in COVID workflow, or convene with a radiology resident once normal operations are resumed, for an interactive workshop on a scheduled topic in radiology. The day prior to each workshop, students might receive a template Power-point form of the following day's workshop and are expected to spend the afternoon preparing for the next day's session. Students will be evaluated on their preparedness and participation in the afternoon workshops. On Friday afternoons, students will present an interesting case from the week in Power-Point format. Three Power-Point presentations will be submitted at the end of the rotation for grading. Reading lists, references, and text books will be provided. The first day of the elective is mandatory. Grades will be based on daily attendance and interactions, workshop participation, and submitted Power-Point presentations. More than 3 days absence will require exceptional work for honors. No honors will be awarded if a student is absent for more than five days of the rotation.

Student time distribution: Inpatient 40%; Outpatient 30%; Conferences/Lectures 30%; Subspecialty Care 100%
Major teaching responsibility: Radiology faculty, fellows, and residents
On call/weekend responsibility: None
Attributes:
Instruction Type:Internship/Practicum Grade Options:CPA Fees:
Course Type:HomeSame As:N/AFrequency:None / History
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01TBA(None) / Tao, Wallace, ItaniDefault - none99160
Desc:Location: Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology

Elective Contact: Dawn Andrew andrewdr@wustl.edu

Enrollment limit per period: 8 (no more than ten total students total in the third-year clerkship and fourth-year elective)

Other Information: Students should report to the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Stuart S. Sagel Conference Room, First Floor, at 8:00 am on the first day of the elective.
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Q=ME Q (Medical School)

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