Conferences & Scholarly Activities

Podiatric Medicine and Surgery residents will participate in conferences and scholarly activities during residency. A formal schedule will be developed and distributed prior to the beginning of each year of training to the residents and involved faculty. Conferences and scholarly activities will be provided in a variety of formats, including faculty participation, which shall include: 

  • Bi-weekly resident-faculty “journal club” to facilitate reading, analyzing the content and validity of the research, and presenting medical and scientific literature with development of an electronic resident journal file
  • Selected PGY2 and PGY3 courses:

    PGY2 - Podiatry Institute’s Cadaver Surgical Skills Course
    PGY3 - ACFAS Foot and Ankle Arthroscopy Surgical Skills Course

  • Selected annual conferences, with synopsis presentations to the Podiatric faculty

    House of Delegates Conference
    ACFAS National Conference
    OHFAMA State Conference

  • Selected monthly ‘training” case presentations that will include supportive current articles across the case pathology paradigm
  • Quarterly Cadaver lab and work shops
  • In-patient teaching rounds – several times a week
  • Poster exhibit development
  • Resident lectures and presentation to the faculty and staff
  • Resident lectures and presentations at local and national Podiatric conferences
  • Review of the rotation suggested reading list, rotation synopsis, mentoring file and development of rotational in-training exam
  • SOAP is required for all residents
  • Invited departmental lectures and meetings
  • Graduate Medical Education (GME) Meetings

    Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC)
    Graduate Medical Education (GME) Resident Forum