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  1. University of Cincinnati Chief Resident Immersion Training(CRIT)in the care of older adults May 8-10, 2009 Griffin Gate Resort & Spa Lexington, KY

  2. CRIT Background John A. Hartford Foundation and the Association of Directors of Geriatric Academic Programs (ADGAP) elected University of Cincinnati as a demonstration site Eight other medical schools are participating Successful initiative by Boston University in 2005 Will take the place of the Camp Joy experience

  3. What? Weekend long retreat, for Chief Residents, their respective program directors and their families Participants and their families will have 2 nights in a resort hotel room, meals during the retreat and a transportation stipend provided Residency Training Programs from University Hospital, Jewish Hospital and The Christ Hospital have all been invited to attend

  4. When? CRIT weekend starts at 430 PM, Friday, May 8th and concludes at noon on Sunday, May 10th Participants are expected to stay for the entire duration of the CRIT weekend

  5. Objectives: To foster collaboration amongst the disciplines in the management of complex older adult patients To incorporate Geriatric principles into teaching and administration roles as Chief Residents To develop leadership/teaching skills around the care of complex older adult patients To enhance leadership/teaching skills required in the Chief Resident role To develop an achievable project to be carried out during the Chief Residency year

  6. Location Marriott Griffin Gate Spa & Resort, Lexington, KY

  7. Testimonials “I didn’t know what to expect from the retreat, and to be honest, besides the Chief Resident-centered stuff described before the retreat, it was the locale chosen that enticed me most. Now, I’m so glad I came and had the opportunity to learn more about geriatrics. It really is a field all of us need to learn more about, but maybe didn’t realize it until this retreat. I think it was a success and will make sure next year’s new Chief Residents view it as ‘mandatory’.”

  8. Testimonials “I liked the discussions focused on the challenges of interacting with highly educated people who all have their own way of looking at things.”

  9. Testimonials “Teaching resources obtained will be useful to me and the Chief Residents for teaching geriatrics in the outpatient and inpatient settings. It was useful to observe the geriatrics faculty and their teaching styles.”

  10. Testimonials "A major part of CRIT is the opportunity to interact with my chief resident, but also to have them interact with other [chiefs] and for me to interact with other faculty and Program Directors. I don't have that opportunity otherwise. It's the reason I come back year after year.” “It's the only chance I have to meet informally with chiefs from other services and with my chief. Normally, such interactions are structured. This year I got to meet my chief's wife. It's important to have personal relationship when problems arise. For example, there were cases during the year when I stopped to talk to the chiefs in [other surgical specialty] and wouldn't have done that otherwise."

  11. Questions?