The Sinai surgical residents will rotate in the academic high-volume Division of Transplantation Surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital at the end of their 3rd or during their 4th clinical year. The duration of this rotation is six weeks.
The Sinai resident will be an integral member of the Transplant Surgery team, under the supervision of the Transplant Surgery attending staff, and will be working with experienced Transplant Surgery mid-level provider(s) and residents from other teaching institutions.
The surgical residents will participate in all care rendered to inpatient Transplant Surgery patients at the Johns Hopkins Hospital: admission, diagnostic workup, operations, postoperative care and discharge. In addition, the surgical residents will participate in the care/operations of Transplant Surgery patients during Transplant Surgery Clinic and attending office hours.
During the rotation, the surgical residents will attend the following educational activities:
- Afternoon teaching rounds--two to three times weekly
- Transplant journal club--monthly
- General Surgery M&M--weekly
- Transplant Surgery M&M--monthly
- General Surgery Grand Rounds--weekly
- General Surgery resident lecture series--weekly
- CTC Noon Research Lecture Series--weekly