The Bryn Mawr Podiatric Residency program uses several educational
The Bryn Mawr Podiatric Residency experience contains formal lecture
instruction, holding the information backgrounds and concepts consistent
with the goals of the residency and the rotational experience acquired
during the resident's performance. The volume of lecture material
required is so great that ideal time matching with the resident's
practical experience is difficult to schedule. However, the
residents are expected to attend the “Rooftop” lecture series, given
every Tuesday, as frequently as possible, and attendance is monitored.
The lecture faculty consists of active attendings of the Main Line
Health System as well as guest lecturers.
Morning Patient Rounds
Attendees are the senior resident, second and first year residents on
service, as well as the attending Physician, when available, for
discussion of patient conditions and treatment courses.
Weekly conferences will be held for the purpose of furthering the
educational activities of the residents. These will be attended by one
of the podiatric attendings and/or online lecturer as well as the
residents on service. Topics will be chosen weekly that are
pertinent to the current activities of the residents, either surgical or
The Journal Club is intended to provide the resident with current
knowledge of important developmental articles written in recognized
journals. The content of each article is to be consistent with the
aims and purposes of the podiatric surgeon's care. The Journal Club will
be held bi-monthly and all residents participate. Each resident should
read the article provided before the Journal Club meets. Each session is
moderated by the Director or a member of the attending podiatric staff.
Workshops shall consist of Cadaveric laboratory instruction in the
practical application of operative techniques.
All residents are provided with funds for registration to an applicable
program of post-graduate education which is CME accredited. Seminars
must be fully attended by the resident. Upon return to the hospital, the
resident will give a review of the content provided during the seminar
It is well recognized that teaching itself is a learning experience.
Residents are encouraged to teach to the level of their development in
knowledge and skill, especially PGY 3 residents, who are available to
the PGY 1, PGY II residents during the ongoing course of the program.
Additionally, the PGY I residents participate actively in teaching
students/externs who are visiting the hospital as part of an
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