The residency program has been and continues to be a major priority of The Ohio State University Pathology Department. The major goal is to train residents to




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You are required to track the following items:


Duty Hours (3 month block, 1x per year)


Go to User Menu on the left hand side of screen and click on “Duty Hours”, click date on calendar you would like to record and insert information.


Procedures – autopsies, bone marrow transplants, fine needle aspirations, gross specimens, literature searches, formal and informal presentations


Click on “Procedures” over in the User Menu and then click on “Add New.” Input information and then submit. At the bottom of the page you are able to view your submitted procedures.


View evaluations completed by the faculty and laboratory staff:

Click on “Reports” and then “Performance,” insert date and name of the rotation you would like to view.


You may view the User Manual by clicking the “Help” menu button on the left hand side of the screen.


View Conference Attendance Status


Click on “Users” and then “Conferences Menu”. You may review the topic, location and date for that conference.


If you feel that your attendance status for a past conference should be changed, click the link in the “Your Attendance Status” column to request a change.


You will be taken to a screen where you can indicate your requested status and include a reason for the requested change. This request will be e-mailed to Jill Hostetler, your E*Value Administrator.


    1. ACGME Case Logging System


As of July 1, 2004 the ACGME requires residents to use the ACGME’s internet-based Case Log System to document their experience in three areas: autopsy, fine needle aspiration, and bone marrow aspiration and biopsy.


Instruction for system use are provided in manuals that are available from www.acgme.org. Questions about system use may be directed to the RRC staff or the ACGME Help Desk at 312. 755.7464.



    1. Portfolios


Residents are required to keep a portfolio during their residency training which is theirs to keep. The Education Office provides a binder with index tabs to include the following items. Current CV, Presentations, Publications, Achievements/Awards, Committees, Quizzes/Exams and Procedure Check Off lists. The portfolio is to be shared at the semi-annual review with the Program Director or Associate Program Director.


    1. Procedure Check Off Lists

Procedure Check Off Lists are used on the following rotations and once completed should be included in your Portfolio.


Cytogenetics, Flow Cytometry, Hematopathology, Medical Microbiology, Surgical Pathology and Transfusion Medicine.


  1. Library


Library – OSUMC ID card allows the resident to have library privileges. An ID card is necessary for borrowing materials. Medline searches may be done either in the library or from a remote site (hospital or personal computer). http://library.med.ohio-state.edu/.


  1. Computers




    1. Clinical Information System (CIS)




      1. All residents and fellows have accounts on CIS

      2. Electronic mail (E-mail)

E-mail is used to communicate efficiently in the department. Residents should check e-mail at least every other day, if not every day. Messages from the Education Coordinator and Program Director are often sent only via e-mail.

      1. Residents have access to Hospital and Laboratory Computer Systems (e.g. CoPath, Thor/Sunquest and eResults).




    1. Office Computers


Computers and laser printers are available for resident use in preparing for conferences, posters and manuscripts.


    1. Purchase of Personal Computers




      1. Full reimbursement if computer is purchased in first year of training.

      2. Portion decreases by 1/36 for each month after the first year of training.

      3. Total amount of computer divided by 36 months (length of program) times number of months in program.

      4. Computer software, printers, accessories are reimbursable.

      5. Fellows are not eligible for computer reimbursement.




  1. Mailboxes and Mailing Address


Departmental mailboxes for residents are located at the end of the hall of the North wing on the 3rd floor of Doan Hall, at the back elevator. The fellows will be assigned a mailbox in their respective Divisions. Residents should check mailboxes at least every other day. The Departmental address which residents should use for journal mailings, etc. is the following:


Department of Pathology

The Ohio State University

N-308 Doan Hall

410 W. Tenth Avenue

Columbus, OH 43210


In addition to the 3N Doan Hall mailbox, mailboxes are provided in Autopsy Pathology (081 Heart & Lung Research Institute). These mailboxes are primarily for use within the Autopsy Service, returning autopsy protocols, temporary slide storage, etc.


  1. Miscellaneous




    1. Parking


All residents need valid parking permits. Permits are effective September 1 – August 31 and can be purchased on-line. Department reimburses for parking permit through payroll deduction. Resident is taxed for this reimbursement as additional pay.


Traffic and parking information may be found at the following web site: http://www.tp.ohio-state.edu/Eservices/index.shtml.


    1. Keys – Key card swipe for S-307 Rhodes Hall (CP Resident Office) and Autopsy Suite. Keys provided for E-420 (AP Resident Office).




    1. Scrubs – Scrubs are dispensed from Room S-537 Rhodes Hall between the hours of 6:30 AM and 3:25 PM, Monday through Friday, closed for lunch between 11:30-12:30. You may obtain up to a total of six (6) sets of scrubs at one time. ID badge must be presented when obtaining scrubs. Clean scrubs will be issued when soiled scrubs are returned to room S-537M Rhodes Hall in the water soluble bags which are provided at the time of issue. If scrubs are needed in an emergency, the Materials and Supplies Supervisor should be paged.




    1. Lab Coats (2 per resident): provided by the Hospital.




    1. Dry Cleaning – Dry cleaning is provided for all residents free of charge (N-020 Doan Hall). Turnaround time is 2 weeks. Include your pager # on your dry cleaning slip and complete a duplicate for your reference. You will be paged when your dry cleaning is ready for pick up. Dry cleaning must be picked up within 30 days of the time they are dropped off.




    1. Meal Allowance – Limited staff are provided with an additional $500 (after taxes) per year for a meal allowance. The money is evenly distributed in monthly paycheck and is itemized on pay stub. Additionally, evening snacks (i.e., pizza) are provided on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings.




    1. Badge It – Benefit for employees to make day-to-day purchases more convenient. OSUMC employees with a current medical

center ID badge can make purchases from Seasons Garden Café (East), Seasons Café (Campus), Seasons Express @ Martha Moorehouse Medical Plaza, Seasons Express @ Ackerman and the Scarlet Ribbon Gift Shops through payroll deduction. No charge to sign up and use the program. Go online to OneSource and select “Payroll Deduct” under the “Workplace” tab. Fill out the application and submit it online. This is a one-time sign up. If you no longer wish to participate in the payroll deduct program, you can access the same activation form through this site and choose the “Deactivate” button. Your spending limit is established based on biweekly and monthly pay status. https://www.osumc.edu/


    1. Junior membership in the College of American Pathologists (CAP) is offered free-of-charge to non-Board certified residents who are actively enrolled in or have completed an accredited training program leading toward certification by the American Board of Pathology. CAP and ASCP applications can be obtained on-line.




    1. Membership in national organizations: AACC, ASC, AABB, ASM, ASH, etc. may be obtained on an individual basis at the resident’s expense. USCAP membership fee is taken from travel money when registering for the meeting.




    1. An ACLS training certificate must be valid for all residents and fellows.


ACLS training may be arranged through the Department of Educational Development and Resources (ED & R). An online course catalog will provide information, available dates and registration forms. This can be accessed through the following web site: https://edr.medctr.ohio-state.edu/index.htm.


    1. On Call Facilities are provided to housestaff with access to vending, lounge, computer and study facilities on 3 West Doan Hall. Pathology residents have access to the following on call float rooms: W301, W303, W318, W330, W340.




  1. Athletics


Recreational and Physical Activity Center (RPAC)

Residents and fellows have full use of the Recreational and Physical Activity Center and any other recreational facilities on campus. They must show their ID to gain admittance and to the facility. There is a fee of $115/quarter or $437 annually or $36.42/month, which may be paid through payroll deduction to use the facilities. http://www.recsports.osu.edu


  1. Immunization Policy




    1. Appointment to the Medical Staff requires proof of immunization to Hepatitis B, rubella, rubeola, and varicella zoster virus (VZV). A yearly TB test (PPD) or chest x-ray and Influenza vaccine is also required. Contact Employee Health (Clinic 2A) for information. Persons who have received BCG may be required to have an x-ray.




    1. Before starting residency or fellowship, trainees must complete the HIPAA modules on-line, take the post test, print transcripts, and forward a copy to the Education Coordinator for trainees file. They may be found at http://edr.medctr.ohio-state.edu.




  1. GME Mandatory Requirements




    1. Computer Based Learning Modules (CBLs)

The following computer based learning modules must be completed by December 1st each year.


Annual HIPAA Privacy & Research

Annual HIPAA Privacy & Security

Annual Infection Control for Physicians

Annual Universal Protocol – Physicians

If you are unable to receive the seasonal influenza vaccine - You are required to complete the “Influenza Pandemic Prevention and Response Plan” which is located on the following web site: https://edr.medctr.ohio-state.edu/index.htm.


    1. Introduction to the Practice of Medicine Modules

The Introduction to the Practice of Medicine (IPM) is an online, on demand lecture series housed on the following web site: http://ipm.knowbase.com/login.asp. The lecture series was designed to increase the exposure of housestaff to non-traditional curricular topics mandated by the ACGME. Residents are required to complete 10 modules throughout the course of their training program. Fellows are exempt from this IPM requirement but are encouraged to participate in the lecture series. All Residents and Fellows must complete the “Sleep Deprivation” and “Impaired Physician” lectures within the first year of their training program. The post test and evaluations must be completed for credit.


    1. Annual Compliance Modules


An annual mandatory two-hour compliance education requirement is to be completed on-line each year through the IPM website: http://ipm.knowbase.com.login.asp. The required compliance modules are #1 Conflict of Interest, #2 Fraud and Abuse Regulatory Overview, #3 Physicians at Teaching Hospitals, #4 Understanding Clinical Trials. The post tests and evaluations must be completed by December 1st to receive credit.


    1. CITI Training (Collaborative IRB Training Initiative)

All residents and fellows must participate in basic education in research ethics, human subject’s protection, and research regulations. Training is completed on a web-based course at the following web link: http://www.citiprogram.org. All residents at the PGY-2 level must have completed the modules prior to completion of their PGY-2 year. All fellows must complete the training during their first year and prior to being promoted to the second year of their training program or completion of their program.


CHIEF RESIDENTS


A. Appointment of Chief Resident(s) in Pathology


  1. In the spring of each year the Pathology Residency Program Director appoints either a single chief resident or two co-chief residents for the following academic year. Should co-chief residents be appointed one would serve as the Anatomic Pathology Chief and the other for Clinical Pathology Chief.

  2. The Department supplements the chief residents’ salary.


B. Duties and Responsibilities of the Chief Residents


  1. The chief resident(s) are primarily responsible to the Pathology Residency Program Directors.

  2. The chief resident(s) function as an intermediary between the residents and the faculty. Although primarily an advocate for the residents, the chief resident(s) must also serve as an advocate for the entire residency program and for the Department as a whole.

  3. The chief resident(s) are responsible for the preparation of several schedules in a fair, accurate, and timely manner. These schedules must be approved the Program Director in advance.

    1. Night and Weekend Call Schedule:

      1. Prepared in the spring for the following academic year.

      2. Includes weeknight, weekend and holiday call, as applicable, for both AP/CP residents and autopsy service.

      3. Before making the schedule, request input from all residents and CP faculty.

      4. Second year residents do not take CP call until August.

      5. Consult previous schedules and previous chief residents to ensure that schedules are consistent and fair.

      6. Schedule is typed and distributed to the department.

    2. Resident Coverage Schedule for Christmas Holiday and National Pathology Meetings:

      1. For the two week Christmas Holiday period and for national meetings attended by several residents, revisions of the resident rotation schedules may be necessary in order to cover all of the laboratories. The revisions should be prepared well in advance and all residents and faculty should be notified.

    3. Scheduling of Conferences

      1. AP Didactics

      2. Call Review (July-August)

      3. Gross Room Conference

  4. Orientation of New Residents

    1. Assist Education Coordinator and Program Director with orientation of new residents.

    2. Make sure residents are aware of departmental policies on vacation, conference attendance, evaluations, moonlighting, duty hours, and procedure logging, etc.

  5. Make Resident Office Assignments

  6. Residency Executive Committee

    1. The chief resident(s) meet with the Program Director and Associate Program Director once a month.

    2. Chief resident(s) present resident concerns and suggestions to this committee.

  7. Pathology Resident Advisory Committee

    1. The chief resident(s) are members of the Committee and should attend the meetings.

    2. The chief resident(s) are responsible for assisting in the recruitment of residents.

    3. After applicant interviews, the chief resident(s) may write a short letter to the applicant or be asked, by the Program Director, to contact an applicant by phone.

  8. Other Departmental Committees

    1. The chief resident(s) may be appointed to other divisional committees (e.g. Clinical or Surgical Pathology) as deemed appropriate by the committee chairs.

    2. Chief resident(s) may attend Faculty meetings.

  9. Resident Vacations

    1. The chief resident(s) should ensure that not too many residents are absent at any one time due to vacations/meetings and to ensure adequate coverage of the laboratories.

    2. Chief resident(s) initials OSU Application for Leave form when resident is requesting time away.

  10. Additional details of duties and responsibilities are included in a packet of information that is transferred from the current chief resident(s) to the new co-chief residents each year.


C. Resident Teacher of the Year Award


  1. Selection of the “Clinical Pathology Faculty Teacher of the Year”, “Anatomic Pathology Faculty Teacher of the Year”, and “Staff Excellence in Teaching Award” are managed by the chief resident(s). The awards are given by the residents to faculty and staff members who have consistently demonstrated a commitment to quality resident education. The award is particularly important to both the residents and faculty and staff since it is one of the few ways in which faculty and staff teaching can be recognized.

  2. Three awards are given each year (Anatomic, Clinical, and Staff). Residents make their selection by nomination followed by popular vote during one of the spring residents’ meetings.

  3. The chief resident(s) present the awards to the recipients at the von Haam Recognition Dinner in May.

  4. A list of recipients of the award is attached.
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