Regulatory rounds are one of the key features of the Occupational Medicine Elective.
Residents meet daily as a group for one hour with their preceptor for a didactic session. During these encounters, the residents will review their current cases and projects with each other and the attending physician. This provides an educational forum to emphasize teaching points, identify opportunities for project improvement and monitor project progress. The attending staff may also use this time to help the residents prepare for the American Board of Preventive Medicine Board Certification in Occupational Medicine, as well as to present teaching cases from the Office of Occupational Medicine and Nursing.
Through a combination of resident-based learning and direct preceptor supervision, resident physicians receive individualized attention and continuous opportunities for the advancement of professional knowledge. Ultimately, regulatory rounds provide an interactive opportunity for resident education.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration employs the nation’s top health and safety experts. During the course of the elective, residents will have the opportunity to interview several of the key health and safety professionals working in OSHA's National Office, NIOSH, and the CDC. All of these individuals are committed to educating future health and safety experts and are ready to impart their knowledge and experiences.
"The Occupational Safety and Health Administration employs some of the nation’s top health and safety experts."
Field Trip Inspection
During the course of their rotation, the residents will participate with field personnel in an OSHA investigation. Residents will obtain first-hand knowledge of the OSHA enforcement process.Back to Top
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