Family Medicine/Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Residency Curriculum

       

    INTEGRATED FM/NMM PROGRAM CURRICULUM (4-Year Plan):

     

    NMM Rotation Requirements:  13 months NMM rotations, one month during PGY-1

     

    PGY – 1:   12 rotations

    • One month NMM rotation – may be split into (2) half months in combination with FM rotation. The balance of the PGY-1 rotations will fulfill the FM residency requirements as listed below, including:

      • 4 wks EM

      • 8 wks IM

      • 4 wks women’s health

      • 4 wks peds/adolescent med

      • 4 wks surgery

      • 5 -6 additional rotations from the FM requirements below

    • FM Ambulatory Clinic: begins in PGY-1 year

    • NMM Ambulatory Clinic: begins in PGY-1 year, during rotations based at SP except IM and ICU.

    • Hospital NMM Consultation Service will be on a longitudinal basis throughout the residency rather than on a one-month rotation.

       

    Note: During PGY-1, the resident participates in teaching the 3rd and 4th year medical student/resident   OUCOM OMM curriculum.  This does not fulfill the requirements of a longitudinal NMM rotation.

     

    PGY – 2:  13 Rotations, 4 months NMM including 1 Longitudinal Month-Equivalent Teaching Rotation

    • NMM Teaching Longitudinal Rotation – one month equivalent

    • NMM Rotations – 3 Months

    • During PGY-2, the resident participates in teaching the 1st year medical student OMM labs. This is a formal NMM longitudinal rotation under the supervision of NMM certified faculty, with regular verbal feedback and bi-annual written evaluations.

    • The balance of the 9 PGY-2 rotations will fulfill the FM residency requirements.

     

    PGY – 3:  13 Rotations, 4 months NMM including 1 Longitudinal Month-Equivalent Teaching Rotation

    • NMM Teaching Longitudinal Rotation – one month equivalent

    • During PGY-3, the resident participates in teaching the 2nd year medical student OMM labs. This is a formal NMM longitudinal rotation under the supervision of NMM certified faculty, with regular verbal feedback and bi-annual written evaluations.

    • The balance of the 9 PGY-3 rotations will fulfill the FM residency requirements.

       

    PGY – 4:  12 Rotations – Option for 13 Total, if approved, Longitudinal Research Rotation. 

          4  NMM  Rotations

    • During PGY-4, the resident is encouraged to participate in teaching programs designed for attending physicians and residents in other specialties. This does not fulfill the requirements of a longitudinal rotation).

    • If the resident’s research project warrants a longitudinal rotation and has progressed sufficiently, a longitudinal research rotation in NMM may be approved during PGY-4 and will be considered one of the 4 required NMM rotations for that year.

    • If the resident is doing a longitudinal research rotation in the final year, the balance of the 9 PGY-4 rotations will fulfill the FM residency requirements.

    • If the resident is not doing a longitudinal rotation in the final year, the balance of the 8 PGY-4 rotations will fulfill the FM residency requirements.

     

    FM Residency Standards:  36 months Total Training

    • 32 wks Internal Medicine:  24 wks inpatient, 4 wks CCU

    • 8 wks Emergency Medicine

    • 12 wks Women’s Health

    • 16 wks Peds/Adolescent Medicine

    • 20 wks Surgery:  4 wks General Surgery, and including Ophthalmology, Orthopedic Surgery, Urology, ENT

    • 100 hours or 1 month geriatrics in addition to IM rotations and ambulatory clinic.

    • Disease prevention and wellness can be scheduled as an elective or core NMM rotation and is also integrated into other training experiences.

    • Patient safety/quality improvement is integrated into other rotations, and is a focus of participation in quality improvement committees.

    • Behavioral Medicine to be integrated with other rotations.

    • 20 hours Practice Management

    • 50 hours or 2 weeks Sports Medicine

    • Diagnostic Imaging:  this rotation is expanded within the combined FM/NMM residency and includes a focus on musculoskeletal imaging

    • Procedural Medicine is integrated into the other training experiences

    • 50 hours or 2 weeks Community Medicine

    • 20 wks minimum and 28 wks maximum electives:  to be chosen after required NMM rotations have been scheduled.

     

    Available electives of interest to trainees in NMM include:

    • Nonsurgical Spine/core NMM

    • Integrative Wellness/core NMM

    • NMM Research/Core NMM

    • NMM/Elective for core NMM requirements: out rotation with Board Certified NMM specialists

    • Sports Medicine

    • Musculoskeletal Radiology

    • Pediatric Integrative Medicine

    • Nutrition

    Family Medicine Curriculum (from FM Manual 2015-16)

     

    OGME-1

    OGME-2 & OGME- 3

     

    Emergency Medicine (1 month)

    Emergency Medicine (1 month)

     

    Internal Medicine (2 months)

     

    Internal Medicine Selectives

    (4 months)

    ·          Allergy/Immunology

    ·          Cardiology

    ·          Dermatology

    ·          Endocrinology

    ·          Gastroenterology

    ·          Hematology

    ·          Infectious Diseases

    ·          Nephrology

    ·          Neurology

    ·          Oncology

    ·          Pulmonology

    ·          Rheumatology

    An additional month of inpatient Internal Medicine per year (2 months)

    IM Selective (1 month)

    ·          Cardiology

    ·          Gastroenterology

     

    OB/GYN (1 month)

    Women’s Health (2 months)

    Pediatrics – ambulatory or inpatient (3 months)

     

    Family Medicine – Ambulatory

    (1 month)

    Pediatrics – inpatient (1 month)

    Family Medicine

    (2 months)

    Surgery Selective (3 months total with some exposure in each)

    ·          General Surgery

    ·          Ophthalmology

    ·          Orthopedics

    ·          Otolaryngology

    ·          Urology

     

    Sports Medicine (2 weeks)

    General Surgery (1 month)

    Electives

    (at least 5 months no more than 7)

    Orthopedic Surgery  (1 month)

     

    Critical Care Medicine (1 month)

    Geriatrics (1 month)

     

     

     

                                                                                   

             
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