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Curriculum (X+Y)

 The academic year is divided into thirteen 3-week blocks (X) + thirteen 1-week blocks (Y).

All continuity sessions occur during the Y-week, which means residents never have to leave a busy inpatient service to go to continuity clinic.

Pediatrics Level One (PL-1) X-blocks:

  • 8 weeks Inpatient General Pediatrics Wards 
  • 3 weeks Inpatient Gastroenterology & Endocrinology 
  • 3 weeks Inpatient Cardiology & Nephrology
  • 3 weeks Newborn Nursery
  • 3 weeks NICU
  • 1 week NICU nights
  • 3 weeks Emergency Medicine 
  • 3 weeks General Pediatric Outpatient Clinic (Sooner Pediatrics Clinic)
  • 3 weeks Night Float
  • 3 weeks Development and Behavioral Pediatrics
  • 6 weeks Elective

 

Pediatrics Level Two (PL-2) X-blocks:

  • 3 weeks Inpatient General Pediatrics Wards
  • 3 weeks Inpatient Cardiology & Nephrology Wards
  • 4 weeks Night Float 
  • 3 weeks PICU
  • 3 weeks NICU
  • 1 week ICU float
  • 3 weeks Adolescent Medicine (both inpatient and outpatient)
  • 3 weeks Hematology/Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplant Inpatient Team 
  • 3 weeks Emergency Medicine 
  • 14 weeks Electives

Pediatrics Level Three (PL-3) X-Blocks:

  • 3 weeks Inpatient General Pediatrics Wards
  • 3 weeks Inpatient Gastroenterology & Endocrinology
  • 4 weeks Night Float
  • 4 weeks PICU
  • 3 weeks Newborn Nursery
  • 3 weeks Bethany Children's Center (long-term and rehabilitative hospital)
  • 3 weeks Emergency Medicine
  • 2 weeks General Pediatric Outpatient Clinic (Sooner Pediatrics North)
  • 14 weeks Elective

 

Sample Y-weeks 

PGY-1

  AM PM
MON Continuity Clinic Individualized Curriculum
TUE Continuity Clinic Didactics
WED Continuity Clinic Subspecialty Clinic
THU Continuity Clinic Subspecialty Clinic
FRI Admin Time Didactics

Subspecialty clinic for PGY-1s rotates between Cardiology, Endocrinology, Nephrology, and Gastroenterology. The Individualized Curriculum allows residents to supplement their education and prepare for their future careers with short- or long-term elective experiences across inpatient or outpatient settings. Didactics features small-group learning in courses that include Social Determinants of Health, Simulation Curriculum, Quality Improvement (QI), Residents as Teachers, Value-Based Care, Research, Board Review, and more.

PGY-2

 

  AM PM
MON Subspecialty Clinic Continuity Clinic
TUE Continuity Clinic Didactics
WED Continuity Clinic Scholarly Activity
THU Continuity Clinic Admin Time
FRI Individualized Curriculum Didactics

 

Subspecialty clinic for PGY-2s rotates between Hematology-Oncology and Pulmonology. The Individualized Curriculum allows residents to supplement their education and prepare for their future careers with short- or long-term elective experiences across inpatient or outpatient settings. Didactics features small-group learning in courses that include Social Determinants of Health, Simulation Curriculum, Quality Improvement (QI), Residents as Teachers, Value-Based Care, Research, Board Review, and more.

 

 

PGY-3

  AM PM
MON Individualized Curriculum Continuity Clinic
TUE Continuity Clinic Didactics
WED Individualized Curriculum Board Study
THU Continuity Clinic Admin Time
FRI Continuity Clinic Didactics

The Individualized Curriculum allows residents to supplement their education and prepare for their future careers with short- or long-term elective experiences across inpatient or outpatient settings. Didactics features small-group learning in courses that include Social Determinants of Health, Simulation Curriculum, Quality Improvement (QI), Residents as Teachers, Value-Based Care, Research, Board Review, and more.