Beaumont HospitalProfessional Education

Diagnostic Radiology Residency, Dearborn

Curriculum

Didactics

Staff didactic lectures/interesting case conference

  • didactic lectures cover all areas of radiology in a structured format
  • lectures are given at 7:30 a.m. and at noon conference times
  • interesting case conferences are conducted and supervised by staff

Radiologic-pathology conference

  • bi-monthly radiology-pathology correlation conference in which radiology case findings are correlated with the pathologic findings reviewed by a staff pathologist

Tumor board

  • multidisciplinary tumor boards take place each day
  • senior residents participate directly in presenting at all tumors boards

Physics lectures

  • physics structured on-line series procured from the American College of Radiology  
  • residents begin this their first year with modules to be completed as part of their requirement for graduation
  • residents also can choose from several review courses prior to the boards 
  • course fee is covered by the department

1st year orientation lecture series

  • first year radiology residents are given orientation lectures which cover basic radiology principles and prepare them for ED radiology
  • there is radiology boot camp for the first week
  • residents complete ER training prior to January of their first year in preparation for after hours and ER coverage
  • written and imaged based exams are given prior to initiation of off-time duties

Board review

  • third year class will have board preparation reviews in each subspecialty area
  • mock examiners, many who were previous board examiners, conduct these board review sessions
  • Beaumont-Dearborn also participates in the Michigan Visiting Professorship series
  • outside guest lectures and speakers present topics monthly

Inter-departmental conferences 

  • grand rounds
  • general competency lecture series
  • m & m conference

Radiology specialties

Beaumont Dearborn’s Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program is well represented in all radiology specialties:

  • breast imaging
  • chest and cardiovascular imaging
  • computerized tomography
  • emergency radiology
  • gastrointestinal
  • genitourinary
  • MRI
  • musculoskeletal
  • neuroradiology
  • nuclear medicine
  • pediatrics
  • ultrasound
  • vascular and interventional radiology

Visiting student program description

Medical students will have a broad exposure to general diagnostic radiology, nuclear and cross-sectional imaging with emphasis on mode of radiologic work-up, clinical problems and an understanding of expectations and limitations of radiology. All students are expected to complete an on-line module series with associated quizzes covering all the modalities in radiology.


Rotation schedule 

Following are the standard monthly rotation assignments for each year of training. They are based on your individual needs and future plans.

Radiology (Years 2-5)

Rotation

4 - Week Blocks

GI/GU/Fluoroscopy

4-5

Viewing Room/General Radiology

3

Musculoskeletal

5

Breast Imaging

4-5

Ultrasound

5-6

CT Body/MRI Body/Chest

5-6

Interventional/Radiology

4-5

Neuroradiology

5-6

Nuclear Medicine

5

Emergency Radiology (including night float)**

3-4

Pediatric (Children's Hospital)

2

AIRP

4 weeks

Senior Electives within department2

Residency Programs

Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs
(no ACGME accreditation)


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