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|A newsletter for research & medical education||April 2008|
BMC Has 100% Success in 2008 Categorical Residency Match
28, 737 Appplicants Makes It the Largest Match Ever
In the 2008 National Resident Matching Program, the 9 participating Baystate Medical Center residencies had a 100% success rate in categorical resident matches. "The success of all of our programs in the match underscores the attractiveness of our residency programs and of Baystate as an academic medical center," says Hal Jenson, MD, the Designated Institutional Official for Baystate's graduate medical education programs.
Baystate Educators Receive 2 of 5 TUSM Innovation in Education Awards
Thomas Campfield MD, Department of Medicine, and Gladys Fernandez MD, Department of Surgery, are the principal investigators of the 2 winning Baystate proposals. Continue...
Patrick Mailloux, MD Winner of Northeast Group on Educational Affairs (NEGEA) Preclinical Innovation Award
Dr. Mailloux, Department of Medicine, and his co-investigators, William McGee MD, Department of Medicine, Gladys Fernandez MD, Department of Surgery, and Gerry Langlois PA-C, Simulation Center, received the award for their proposal, "Simulation as an Educational Modality for Multidisciplinary Training Experience in Critical Care Medicine." Continue...
Baystate Hosts First Annual Elective Fair for Third-Year Tufts Medical Students
The Elective Fair, held on March 12, featured representatives from the departments of Anesthesiology, Emergency Medicine, Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pathology, Pediatrics, and Surgery , as well as the Medicine-Pediatrics Program, who talked to the students about the many fourth-year elective opportunities at Baystate. Continue...