- Cardiovascular Surgery ICU*
- Cardiac ICU
- Medical ICU*
- Surgery & Liver ICU
- Neurosurgery ICU
- Research and Management*
*2 month rotations
Two elective rotations may be selected. Electives may include (but are not limited to the following):
- Bone Marrow Transplant
- Emergency Department
- Infectious Diseases
- Mechanical Circulatory Support Devices
- Solid Organ Transplant
Academia, Neonatal/Pediatric ICU, Neuro Trauma ICU, Nutrition, and Shock Trauma ICU are external rotations and subject to availability.
Residents may also repeat any rotations in which they have a particular interest.
The resident will participate in the department’s continuous quality assurance programs. The resident also participates in recruitment for the PGY2 Critical Care Residency Program.
- Clinical staffing every third weekend in the ICU setting and one weekday evening shift every two weeks averaged over a four week period.
- Resident will work two holidays
- In December, the resident will provide 40 hours of traditional pharmacy staffing in the ICU satellite pharmacy while identifying a process improvement project.
- Resident will serve as the code blue primary pharmacy responder.
- Poster presentation at Vizient Pharmacy Network Meeting
- Platform presentation at the Texas Medical Center Critical Care Research Forum
- One hour ACPE-accredited continuing education program
- The resident will complete a major research project with the guidance of a preceptor. The manuscript from this project must be in publishable form by the end of the
residency year. The resident will also plan and design a major research project for the next year’s residency class in collaboration with a preceptor.
- A quality improvement project is also required which is often a Medication Use Evaluation. One writing assignment for publication, in addition to the major project, will be completed within the residency year.
- The resident will complete a process improvement project.
- ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting
- Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Congress
- Society of Critical Care Medicine Texas Chapter Symposium
- Texas Medical Center Critical Care Research Forum