Below is a typical rotation schedule:
Weekly didactic lectures are held. These lectures are presented on a wide range of topics pertaining to patient care, medical knowledge, systems-based practice, quality improvement, etc.
Fellows will participate in the didactic curriculum by giving up to 6 presentations during the fellowship year on various high yield Pain Medicine topics in order to improve their understanding of Pain Medicine and to help prepare themselves and their colleagues for the pain boards.
Each fellow will also participate in scholarly activity by giving a Journal Club presentation and participate in a grand rounds presentation It is important for physicians to be able to critically appraise the literature and evidence based guidelines, develop critical thinking skills, gain an understanding of research methodologies, participate in clinical discussions, and develop a spirit of inquiry and scholarship. As part of a healthy and robust clinical learning environment, each fellow participates in scholarly activity and research - this may take the form of a case report, poster presentation at a conference, an IRB-approved study, or other similar project.