In this pathway, residents will complete up to 9 months of research during their residency. Residents may apply to enter this track during the Clinical Base Year (CBY or PGY-1) but no later than the first 6 months of the PGY-2 year. All residents admitted to this track will be required to submit to and present their research at our departmental Annual Scientific Evening and the Western Anesthesia Residents Conference (WARC) each year. Abstract submission to regional and national society meetings (ASA, SCA, SPA, ASRA, SOAP, etc.) with departmental support is highly encouraged.
CBY or PGY-1: Resident will complete all required rotations according to the standard residency track. With the guidance of the Residency Program leadership, the resident should identify possible research interests and apply for admission to the research track.
Residents in the ARRP must demonstrate excellence in clinical skill and medical knowledge, as demonstrated by maintaining good academic standing as per departmental education policy. In addition, the resident must pass all milestones and receive satisfactory evaluations. The resident may be allowed to schedule the Basic Examination on an alternate schedule at the discretion of the Program Director. Residents must take the standard complement of call during their research months.