Match Day 2012
Current residents Janice Jones, Ashley Holland, Nilesh Patel and Eric Cortez with future residents Matt Blickendorf and Michael Barrie
Future residents Matt Blickendorf, Leigh Ann Giano and Michael Barrie with residency director Dr. Diane Gorgas
Med I & II
Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)
- Students have the opportunity to participate in ultrasound education.
- Shadowing opportunities are available for a four hour shift for students interested in emergency medicine by contacting EMIG. Must have current PPD on file and have taken the OSU Medical Center HIPAA training.
- See the EMIG web site for more information or contact Matthew Malone, President of the EMIG.
EM Elective as part of an ambulatory rotation
Congratulations to Leigh-Anne Giano, Carol "Mimi" Kao, and Cori Stalzer on successfully completing the November 2010 EM MS3 elective. Pictured with them are Drs. Sayre, Khandelwal, Rund and Bernard.
Honors Ultrasound (10 month longitudinal rotation)
- A mandatory rotation for all OSU 4th year students. Students schedule their preference of clinical site: OSU Main, OSU East, Grant, Riverside, St. Ann's, Mt. Carmel East and West, or other outlying rural locations
- In depth focus on ultrasound
Fourth year medical students in the 2010-11 Honors Ultrasound class. These students are going into Emergency Medicine, Surgery, Internal Medicine and Radiology, graduating in June 2011.
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Advanced Topics in Emergency Medicine (ATEM) honors course (10 month longitudinal rotation)
For more information about medical student opportunities at OSU, please contact our medical student clerkship directors.
- Designed for students interested in pursuing emergency medicine in residency
The Society of Academic Emergency Medicine is a useful resource for medical students interested in emergency medicine. www.saem.org
Drs. Nicholas Kman and Aaron Bernard, the Medical Student Clerkship Directors, at Fairfield Medical Center in Lancaster.
Midwest Regional SAEM Meeting November 2010
ATEM students from Ohio State had 3 posters and one oral presentation at the Midwest Regional SAEM meeting November 2010. Nicole Dubosh won the "best medical student" research award and OSU had by far the best attendance (10 total). Matt Malone had an oral presentation which is quite impressive for an MS2. Really an impressive showing for the department and it was noticed by everyone there!
Matthew Malone BA/BS MS2 making his oral presentation: Narratives of Professionalism: Medical Student Observations on Professionalism Education and Development
Nicole Dubosh BS and Michael O'Connell MD poster presentation: Clinical Teaching Site Does NOT Affect Test Performance in an Emergency Medicine Clerkship. (Best Student Research Award)
Jacob Gerstman MS4 poster presentation: The Tiered Mentorship Program in Emergency Medicine
Nilesh Patel MS4 poster presentation: Pushing the boundaries of technology in ultrasound education
DOC1 students participating in a human patient simulator class
ATEM medical students volunteering at the Arnold Fitness Expo