Family Medicine Module-Based Night Float Curriculum – Edward Seto, MD
Edward Seto, MD
CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency Program
Dr. Seto graduated magna cum laude with a BA in University Scholars from Baylor University in Waco, Texas in 2011, and went on to complete medical school at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine in Temple, Texas, graduating with honors in 2015. He then pursued residency training in Family Medicine at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency Program, serving as Co-Chief Resident during his tenure and graduating in 2018. He is board-certified to practice Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine and holds special healthcare interests in resident and medical student education, sports medicine, resident wellness, and physician resilience.
Summary for Poster:
Curricular adaptations such as nocturnal “night float” hospital rotations have been implemented by residency programs as a result of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) duty hour restrictions. As a result, residents on these night float rotations often have little to no direct supervision by attending physicians; therefore, limited opportunities exist for teaching by faculty. Although these rotations represent a unique niche to facilitate learning opportunities, these opportunities are often unfulfilled.
Institution of a module-based night float curriculum was offered as a potential solution that would address the needs of resident learners (targeting PGY-1 residents specifically, but applicable to all residents), while incorporating evaluation techniques using ACGME milestone competencies.
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