Demonstrate principles of confidentiality with all information transmitted both during and outside a patient encounter. Demonstrate a commitment to excellence and ongoing professional development. Demonstrate interpersonal skills in functioning as a member of a multidisciplinary health care team.
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Use multiple sources, including information technology, to optimize life-long learning and support patient care decisions. Develop personally effective strategies for the identification and remediation of gaps in medical knowledge needed for effective practice. Use laboratory problems and clinical inquiries to identify process improvements to increase.
A basic Illustrated Guide to Performing Bone Marrow Aspiration and Biopsy is available for review. The resident learning experience consists of a combination of service responsibilities, self-instruction, technical instruction, conferences and informal teaching during rounds with the faculty.
The resident is expected to review peripheral blood smears, bone marrow biopsies/aspirates, and laboratory data on patients. In select cases the resident should "follow" samples through any specialized hematology testing. Since all pertinent information and the patients themselves should be available, this represents a unique.
The resident may be called upon to assist in teaching basic blood cell morphology and laboratory hematology/coagulation to medical students during clinic hours. Since the testing necessary to diagnose these patients will cross sectional lines in pathology, the resident will also participate in selected activities.
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Resident uses effective listening skills. Resident works effectively with others (including faculty, other residents, and laboratory staff). Professionalism: Demonstrate compassion: be understanding and respectful of patients, their families, and the staff and physicians caring for them.
Gather essential and accurate information about patients using all relevant available modalities including direct patient consultation and incorporate into pathologic interpretations. Effectively examine and interpret peripheral blood smears and body fluid slides, bone marrow biopsies and aspirates, incorporating flow cytometry and molecular/cytogenetic information.
Conferences and Case Material: Residents on the Clinical Hematology elective rotation are strongly encouraged to attend: Benign Hematology Conference, first and third Thursday at 12:00 PM (T2500) Hematology/Oncology Grand Rounds, each Thursday at 7:45 AM (T2500) Hematologic Malignancy Conference, each Wednesday at 5:00 PM (T4007).
Develop and maintain a knowledge base in the basic and clinical sciences necessary for effective consultation in Laboratory Hematology and Hematopathology that includes automated hematology testing, peripheral blood and body fluid analysis, flow cytometry analysis, bone marrow biopsy and aspirate analysis, and lymph node specimen.