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  1. Scholarship Meeting May 10, 2012

  2. AGENDA • Update on “What to do when falling behind” • PL-1’s – what are you going to do? • Project/Plan by June’s End of Year Evaluation • PL-2’s recruit a PL-1??????????????????

  3. Update on “What to do when falling behind” • Monthly meetings & Quarterly “Mentor Update for CRI”, Semi-annual and Annual Evaluations to assess progress and identify concerns. • The only change here is the “Scholarship Mentor Update” for CRI • Address deficiencies (particularly in participation or adherence to timeline) and gain insight into any challenges. • Document any unique or global challenge • Bring them to the program’s attention • Offer support or suggest corrective action • Any persisting unresolved concerns or unsatisfactory participation “written plan for improvement” that will suffice as an “Oral Warning” • If during Semi-annual or Annual Evaluations, then the evaluation will reflect “Unsatisfactory” scholarship until deficiency is addressed • Persistent deficiency in participation, adherence to established timeline or other concern should be brought to the program’s attention • A “written warning“ should be issued that includes the deficiency(s), expected correction plan, and a timeline of one month to correct the deficiency(s)

  4. Update on “What to do when falling behind” If still deficiencies persist after one month: • Removal from the CRI with Immediate loss of protected time • loss of book money $350 • Ineligible for moonlighting (only in the NICU at Shands) • Ineligible for International Rotation • Ineligible for Conference time • Semi-annual and Annual Evaluations will reflect “Unsatisfactory” scholarship for the remainder of their training Refusal to participate will result in:  • Removal from the CRI with Immediate loss of protected time • loss of book money $350 • Ineligible for moonlighting (only in the NICU at Shands) • Ineligible for International Rotation • Ineligible for Conference time • Semi-annual and Annual Evaluations will reflect “Unsatisfactory” scholarship for the remainder of their training Refusing to provide (or any delay in providing) the Program with requested documentation during a period of assessment for participation, adherence to timeline or other concern will result in: • Removal from the CRI with Immediate loss of protected time • loss of book money $350 • Ineligible for moonlighting (only in the NICU at Shands) • Ineligible for International Rotation • Ineligible for Conference time • Semi-annual and Annual Evaluations will reflect “Unsatisfactory” scholarship for the remainder of their training THIS IS A SUMMARY OF SUGGESTIONS IT WILL BE FINALIZED AT THIS MONTHS PEDS GME PLEASE VOICE YOUR OPNIONS +/- TO REPS

  5. PL-3’s Rachael Courtney: Correlation of Phenotypically diagnosed Williams syndrome with new Genotypic markers (Perszyk) Saba Jafri Morbidity outcomes of patients with Neonatal UTI based on length of therapy (Zayas) AsmaSalahuddin: prevalence of hepatitis B infection and cost effectiveness of doing testing before immunization in Akha Children and Thai Children; Rathore/Mirza Maria Serrano: Chest Pain Characteristics in a Pediatric Cardiology office (Dr. English) Heidi Valdes : Anion gap metabolic Acidosis during AGE is secondary to Starvation Ketosis; (CHEN/Guyer) Sushil Gupta : Glomerulonephritis complication rates Kimberley Meles: Retrospective Chart Review of Lemierre’sdiease in the last 10 years at WCH. (rathore)

  6. PL-2’s Mark Bedard, DO- Rotavirus trends, FL shots (Rathore) Peggy Dyer, MD- Parental Understanding of Head Injuries in Soccer (Adriana Cantville) AlissaRana, MD- ICP and Size of Optic Nerve Sheath (Irazuzta) VhibutiAgarwal, MD- Retrospective chart review of fungal infections in Pediatric patients with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia (Joyce) Tricia Alleyene, MD- Posterior scleritis Case Series (Rathore) AmenehEbadi, DO- Variations in Phototherapy initiation in Micro-premies (Salahuddin/Zayas)

  7. PL-2’s recruit a PL-1???????? COMPLETE 2 OF 3 • Write a Manuscript • Submit for publication prior to graduation • IF ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION IT WILL FULFILL ALL REQUIREMENTS • Prepare Oral presentation for: • Pediatric Scholarship Group or Local Presentation (at least one) • Grand Rounds or • Noon Conference • Prepare Poster Presentation for: • Pediatric Scholarship Group or Local Presentation (at least one) • National Meeting • Research Day • Education week if applicable • Other (i.e. Duval County Medical Society Resident Research day) ALSO • Write a grant application • UF Deans Grant (Due January of PGY 2 year) • CATCH Grant • AAP Resident Research Grant • PAS Resident Research Grant • Submit abstract to Regional or National Meeting in your 3rd year • Pediatric Academic Society (May) • American Academy of Pediatrics National Convention (October) • Association of Pediatric Program Directors • Southern Regions Meetings (New Orleans annually February) • ACGME NEW CHAIRMAN

  8. PL-1’s – what are you going to do? project/plan by June’s end of year evaluation • Define your clinical question • (or area of interest) to study • Identify a mentor in your area of interest • by May of your PGY-1 year • Update your mentor monthly • Meet with your mentor at least quarterly • Collect and review literature regarding research design (August 31 of PGY-2 year) • Present these findings to your mentor, Program Director or Faculty member of the Pediatric Scholarship Group. • Summarize and present at Pediatric Scholarship Group

  9. UF Research DayMay 17th 8:30 AM - 8:35 AM WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION 8:35 AM - 10:35 AM PLATFORM PRESENTATIONS CAROL MANNINGS, MD DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE Knowledge Assessment of Sport-Related Concussion Among Caregivers of Children Ages 5-15 Years Enrolled in Recreational Tackle Football ANDREA MCNAB, MD DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY Utilization of Pre-Hospital Shock Index as a Predictor of Injury Severity for Triage and Resource Utilization in Trauma Patients JILMA PATRICK, MD DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY Use of Hospital Emergency Room in Cancer Care ERIC ROBERTS, MD DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY Anti-seizure Prophylaxis is Unnecessary During the First Seven Days After Traumatic Brain Injury ROHAN SAMSON, MD DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE GLUT1 - Mechano-Growth Factor (MGF) Interactions in Modulation of Mesangial Cell Glucose Metabolism and Matrix Production: Implications for Diabetic Nephropathy 10:35 AM - 10:40 AM INTRODUCTION OF THE 2011 RESEARCHER/SCHOLAR AWARD RECIPIENT 10:40 AM – 11:00 AM 2011 RESEARCHER/SCHOLAR AWARD RECIPIENT PRESENTATION 11:00 AM – 11:40 AM SPECIAL PRESENTATION 11:40 AM – 12:25 PM KEYNOTE SPEAKER Mary E. Krenzner, PHARM.D, CAPT United states Public Health Service director, division of drug information, center for drug evaluation and research Food and Drug Adminstration 12:25 AM – 12:40 PM PLATFORM & POSTER PRESENTATION AWARDS 12:40 PM – 12:50 PM INTRODUCTION OF THE ROBERT C. NUSS RESEARCHER/SCHOLAR 2012 AWARD RECIPIENT 12:50 PM - 2:00 PM POSTER VIEWING AND LUNCH

  10. Pediatric Residency Research DayLast Meeting of the year June 14th 0800-1200 Display PL-3 Posters (and any other Posters Presented this academic year) 1210-1220 What makes a “winning poster” by ??? Oral Presentations by PL-3’s 1220-1235 Rachael Courtney: Correlation of Phenotypically diagnosed Williams syndrome with new Genotypic markers (Perszyk) 1235-1250 Heidi Valdes : Anion gap metabolic Acidosis during AGE is secondary to Starvation Ketosis; (CHEN/Guyer) AWARD CEREMONY RESIDENT RESEARCHER OF THE YEAR OTHERS