Rotation Schedule 2017-2018

Master Rotation Schedule

PGY-6 & PGY-5 Residents. Each Color Denotes Different Resident

Residents will learn through a combination of independent reading, discussion and individual instruction. Discussion moves the learner from a passive to an active role that facilitates the acquisition of new knowledge. This type of active learning permits assessment of learner needs, allows learners to apply newly acquired knowledge and is most suitable for teaching higher order concepts, problem solving and clinical decision making.

 

PGY-4 & PGY-4 RESIDENTS. EACH COLOR DENOTES DIFFERENT RESIDENT

Residents will be given learning objectives for each clinical rotation. They will be assigned relevant editions of Selected Readings in Plastic Surgery during each rotation. Residents will be responsible for completing the reading during the rotation and will compile a list of 10 questions from their reading for discussion with faculty during these months. Once an appointment is made with the attending physician, this time and date along with a copy of the questions should be e-mailed to Erica Luong.
 

PGY-2 & PGY-1 RESIDENTS. EACH COLOR DENOTES DIFFERENT RESIDENT

  1. The expectation is that, in general, each site will provide one dedicated hour of one-on-one discussion each month. For sites with multiple Faculty, the site will assign topics and faculty.
  2. After several cycles of Faculty- Resident discussion, the Faculty will develop 6-10 Objectives for the each SR topics.
  3. The Coordinator and Program Director will provide an Assessment Tool and review the results.

Rotation Sites Abbreviations

Topics planned to be assigned to each rotation:

  • Burns
    • Principles of grafts
    • Wound healing, scars, envenomation
  • Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
    • Skin tumors I
    • Nasal reconstruction
    • Reduction mammoplasty
    • Plastic surgery on the ear
    • Cleft lip I
    • Cleft lip II
  • Ambulatory (cosmetics)
    • Blepharoplasty/browlift
    • Rhytidectomy
    • Augmentation mammoplasty
  • CHLA
    • Vascular anomalies
    • Cleft palate/VPI
    • Craniofacial I
    • Craniofacial II
  • Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
    • Hand II: peripheral nerves/tendon transfers
    • Hand IV: extension tendon
    • Hand V: congenital anomalies
  • City of Hope
    • Hand and neck I: tumors
    • Hand and neck II: reconstruction
    • Breast cancer and reconstruction
  • LAC Plastics
    • Facial fractures I: upper 2/3
    • Facial fractures II: lower 1/3
    • Trunk reconstruction
  • LAC/USC Hand
    • Hand I: soft tissues
    • Hand V: Fractures/dislocations
    • Hand III: flexor tendon
  • Rancho
    • Pressure Sores/pelvic construction
  • USC Keck Hospital
    • Microsurgery/replantation
    • Lower extremity reconstruction
    • Body contouring
  • General topics
    • Principles of flaps
    • Skin tumors II: melanoma
    • Facial nerve disorders
    • Rhinoplasty
    • Lasers in plastic surgery
    • Implantation/prosthetics
    • Principles of maxillofacial trauma
    • Brachial plexus injury

Presentation Schedule 2017 - 2018

Master Calendar