|Book Review and Quiz
A book on clinical neurology is covered every six months with chapters broken down and presented by residents. Residents are divided into four groups, each containing at least one member at each level of training. The groups compete in a quiz written by Program Director, Dr. Jonathan Cahill, that covers the material in that chapter. Upon completion of the book, a prize is given to the team that scores the highest.
|Board Review Series
|A Neurology Boards style review that is focused on the subspecialty theme of the month. The series is present by Dr. Ali Mahta, neurocritical care.
|A practice-changing article is presented by a neurology resident and supervised by a faculty member.
High resolution slides are presented and discussed by a neuropathology attending.
|An interesting or challenging case is selected by the residents and presented to a senior faculty member for discussion. This is often done with the patient in attendance for a live exam.
|A topic relevant to neuro-oncology is given by one of our neuro-oncologists every 2nd or 4th Thursday of the month.
|Clinically relevant neuroradiology topics are presented by one of our interventional neuroradiologists.
|Pediatric Neurology Lecture
|Led by an attending pediatric neurologist. Sessions include discussion of interesting cases, presentations by attendings of clinical pediatric neurology or RITE-style questions focusing on pediatric neurology.
|Residents meet with the Program Director and Assistant Program Director to discuss issues relating to the residency and future directions.
|Check-in with Chiefs
|Chief residents meet with all the junior residents to discuss residency-related concerns and create a list of agenda items to be discussed with the Program Directors.
|A non-didactic session to break up the month. Past sessions have included guided body scans and yoga.