Longitudinal Education Tracks
The UVA Emergency Medicine Residency Program is unique in offering longitudinal tracks for interested upper-level residents (PGY-2 and PGY-3). These tracks are designed to allow opportunities for learning geared towards a particular interest or subspecialty in emergency medicine, with ample opportunities to mold tracks to a resident’s unique interests. Participation in the tracks is not required, but dedicated time to pursue track activities is provided for participating residents. The following longitudinal tracks are available:
- Medical Education Track: geared for those with an interest in educating students and residents or for those seeking experience with a career in academic EM
- EMS Track: for residents with interest in prehospital care and medical direction
- Administrative Track: provides resident exposure to ED operations and management of an academic department
- Disaster & Emergency Preparedness Track
- Public Health Outreach Track: provides residents with public health concepts, planning and execution of a rural outreach clinic in southwest Virginia and Guatemala
- Research: geared for those with an interest in research. Will work directly with Mark Sochor, the Director of Research
- Sports Medicine: for residents who would like to do a sports medicine fellowship and eventually go into sports medicine
- Ultrasound Track: provides resident the opportunity to focus on ultrasound and educate medical students in ultrasound
- International/Wilderness Medicine: provides residents with public health concepts, planning and execution of a rural outreach clinic in Guatemala. Also the resident will be able to work with toxicologist on wilderness medicine.
Further information about the longitudinal tracks may be obtained at any time by contacting the residency program director.