Teaching & Education

Fellows have many opportunities to develop and improve their teaching technique in a variety of settings. Settings range from one-on-one and small group sessions with families and residents in the Emergency Department, to large group conferences.

With the guidance of a faculty mentor, fellows prepare a formal lecture for the Emergency Department Resident Lecture Series and present it to residents at Primary Children's Hospital and family practice residents.

Our educational conferences are designed to supplement the superb training our fellows receive in the clinical setting, and include components of the six core competencies.

Division Conferences

The division’s conferences include the following topics and formats

  • PEM lectures
  • PEM core concepts/board review
  • Interesting case
  • Quality Improvement (QI) methods
  • Journal club
  • Investigational methods
  • Ultrasound cases & practice
  • Case review
  • Critical procedures lab
  • ED Quality Improvement & Patient Safety (QUIPS)

Hospital Conferences

Conferences at the hospital are:

  • Trauma Performance Improvement & Patient Safety (PIPS)
  • Trauma Research & Education
  • Pediatric subspecialty fellowship core curriculum
  • Primary Children’s Hospital Grand Rounds
  • University of Utah Pediatric Residency Noon conference

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

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Michael Miescier, MD

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ASSOCIATE PROGRAM DIRECTOR

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Zachary Drapkin, MD

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PEM- Global Health Track Program Director (Start July 1, 2020)

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Elizabeth Keating, MD, MSPH

CONTACT US

Program Director
Michael Miescier, MD

Associate Program Director
Zachary Drapkin, MD

Fellowship Program Manager
Megan Warren
Phone: 801-587-7435
Email: Megan.Warren@hsc.utah.edu