University Pulmonary Consults
Fellows work alongside board certified P&CCM physicians to learn the skills needed to thoroughly and efficiently assess questions related to patients with complex cardiopulmonary and/or respiratory disease. Procedural experience on this rotation includes pleural procedures and bronchoscopy including advanced bronchoscopy. Clinical exposure includes but is not limited to pulmonary function testing, cardiopulmonary exercise testing, urgent outpatient and out patient consultation, and post-transplant management.
LDS Hospital Pulmonary Clinics
Fellows work alongside board certified P&CCM physicians for a month to learn the skills needed to thoroughly and efficiently assess questions regarding patients with cardiopulmonary and/or respiratory disease cared for in a busy community pulmonary clinic at the LDS Hospital (also part of the IHC system). Emphasis is placed upon developing the knowledge and skills to identify and obtain the necessary information and interpret data that provides insight into those conditions for which patients are commonly referred to outpatient pulmonary clinics.
Learning emergent airways techniques at Fellows' Bootcamp
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