Educational Activities


Fellows will receive both didactic and clinical instruction in a Surgical Critical Care focused curriculum. Responsibilities of the fellow include:

  • Participate and collaborate with Trauma Team regarding patient care management
  • Participation in the education of residents and medical students which rotate on a monthly basis onto the Trauma/Surgical Critical Care service
  • Present at Grand Rounds, Morbidity and Mortality, weekly Critical Care Lectures, and monthly Journal Club
  • Attend weekly Fellow Seminars
  • Keep certifications in BLS, ATLS, and PALS current, as well as serve as instructors for the courses
  • Take MCKKAP, a critical care in-training examination
  • Educational Leadership Curriculum- Participate in a formal educational leadership curriculum, which provides fellows with foundational skills in adult education, effective teaching strategies, emotional intelligence, self-awareness, and interpersonal communication skill
  • Bi-Weekly didactic sessions with core faculty using an evidence based, interactive, digital curriculum

  • 100% Board pass rate

  • 2014 Graduates were the first Emergency Medicine trained fellows in the country to become certified Critical Care.

  • Actively participate in the education of Advanced Practitioners, Residents, Nurses, and Medical Students

  • Work collaboratively with St. Luke’s Temple Medical School

  • ATLS Instructor Course and ATLS teaching opportunties

  • Comprehensive Ultrasound Training

  • Advanced Critical Care Skills and Introduction to ICU Administration Workshop