Program Administrator - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

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Program Administrator
Section Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Specialty/Subspecialty program: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialty Education Program

The Program Administrator - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is one of our team of Program Administrators; see that page for more general info about all of them.


The role is currently held by:

Processes / Responsibilities

  • Academic Half Day - Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Yearly rotation schedule
  • Period rotation schedules - for off service Residents, rotating medical students, home service residents rotating through Amputee, Pain, EMG, Pediatric Rehabilitation, NMSK and MSK. And those rotating through Adult Allergy regardless of which clinic.
Interro-01.gif * The "Adult Allergy" part of that should probably live in Program Administrator - Allergy and Clinical Immunology instead
  • Assign rotating core clerkship med students to clinics on Tuesdays and Fridays - this is based on physician availability for PM&R
  • Plan and run Spring and Fall OSCEs - assist Program Director in collecting exam questions and stations - PM&R only
  • CaRMS Match
  • Proctor end of rotation exams for home program residents - PM&R only
  • Merge together Resident Call Schedule and Facility Call Schedule into one and distribute - PM&R only
  • Schedule Academic Half Day presenters - PM&R only
  • take minutes at Residency Program Committee (RPC) and Residency Competency Committee meetings (RCC)
  • Schedule MSK Core Clerkship Students - PM&R only
  • Assist with MSK teaching sessions for Med Students - PM&R only
  • Track Resident vacation and illness
  • Cover for Geriatric program when their PA is away
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  • Track spending of REF Account for Adult Allergy and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation programs
Interro-01.gif * The "Adult Allergy" part of that should probably live in Program Administrator - Allergy and Clinical Immunology instead

See also

Competency Based Medical Education (CBME)

Information Systems

Applications

This role uses the following applications:

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File Shares

This role uses the following file shares:

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