Becas

Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship

Entrenamiento con becas

Centro de Oncología e Instituto de Investigación Helen F. Graham

The one-year Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship includes didactic training (lectures, breast tumor conferences, class work, assigned study, meetings, etc.) and clinical experiences including the weekly Breast Multidisciplinary Clinic, that are carefully structured to provide a balance between clinical work, research, and study.

  • Rotations include not only Breast Surgery, Medical Oncology, Pathology and Breast Imaging, but also Plastic Surgery, Genetics, Outreach, Rehabilitation, Palliative and Supportive Care, Health Psychology, and a robust Research rotation featuring experience in Translational research as well as clinical trial design and participation in national clinical trials.
  • It is anticipated that during the one-year fellowship, the fellow will design and develop at least one research project or clinical protocol in an area of his or her interest, which results in a publication or a poster or oral presentation at a regional or national meeting. A mentor will be identified to assist with developing a project, helping to complete the project and assisting with either the publication and/or presentation.
  • During the Breast Surgery rotation, the fellow will have extensive hands on experience with surgical procedures for benign and malignant disease, and also with image-guided percutaneous breast procedures.

Program Goals

The Fellowship will produce graduates prepared to practice Breast Surgery in either a community or university environment, in a competent and compassionate manner, able to provide evidence – based and cost effective care; and to perform clinical research and teach others patient centered, evidence-based patient care for diseases of the breast.

Descripción general del plan de estudios

It is anticipated that the breast fellow will attend the School of Breast Surgical Oncology, the American Society of Breast Surgeons Annual Meeting, and a meeting of the Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology or another national clinical trials group.

Cronograma de guardias

The Breast Surgical Oncology Fellow will not be required to take General Surgery call or Trauma call. He/she will be on call only for breast patients.

Acreditaciones

Christiana Care’s Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program is accredited by the Society of Surgical Oncology (SSO) and is designed to provide the knowledge and clinical skills necessary to practice breast surgery in a fully integrated multidisciplinary manor, and to perform image guided breast procedures as well as operative procedures for diagnosis and treatment of breast diseases. Graduate fellows will be fully prepared to go into practice as a Breast Surgeon in either a community or university environment, to create an integrated breast program or breast center, or to pursue further academic training.

Proceso de solicitud

Christiana Care offers one appointment each year to the Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship. Qualified applicants must have successfully completed an accredited general surgery residency program in the United States and must be American Board of Surgery certified or eligible. One fellow per year will be selected, and interviews will take place in the fall prior to the match year.
The Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship Program selects eligible applicants on the basis of their preparedness, ability, aptitude, academic credentials, previous experience, communication skills and personal qualities such as motivation and integrity. El programa no discrimina con respecto al sexo, raza, edad, religión, color, nacionalidad, orientación sexual, incapacidad o estado de veterano.

Application

Applicants for positions in the Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship must submit their applications via SSO and will be chosen through the SSO Match System.

For more information, call 302-733-4260 or e-mail RHaschak@Christianacare.org.

Breast Surgical Oncology Fellowship
Training Program Director: Diana Dickson-Witmer, MD FACS
Fellowship Administrative Coordinator: RoseMarie Pope
Sistema de Salud Christiana Care
4701 Ogletown Stanton Road, Ste 1500
Newark, DE 19713

Cuerpo docente

Cirugía de mama:
Dr. Diana Dickson-Witmer (Lead)
Dr. Emily Penman
Dr. Dennis Witmer
Dr. Gregory Pahnke
Dr. Christopher Whitney
Dr. Thomas Mammen

Oncología médica:
Dr. Ramya Varadarajan (Lead)
Dr. David Biggs
Dr. SuJung Park
Dr. Pamela Simpson
Dr. Gregory Masters

Cirugía plástica:
Dr. Katheryn Warren (Lead)
Dr. Jonathan Saunders

Pathology:
Dr. Randi LaPoint (Lead)
Dr. Eric Montgomery
Dr. William Kirby
Dr. Mary Iacocca

Radioterapia oncológica:
Dr. Lindsay Romak (Lead)
Dr. Jon Strasser
Dr. Christopher Koprowski
Dr. Lana De Souza Lawrence
Dr. Michael Dzeda

Psicología de la Salud:
Dr. Nicole Duffy (Lead)

Rehabilitación:
Lisa Marshall, OTR/L, CLT (Occupational Therapist)

Breast Imaging:
Dr. Jacqueline Holt (Lead)
Dr. Sara Gavenonis
Dr. Jennifer Rowland
Dr. Irene Raisis
Dr. Michael Hewitt

Community Outreach:
Nora Katurakes, RN, MSN, OCN, Manager (Lead)

Genética:
Zohra Ali-Khan Catts, MS, LCGC, Director, Genetic Counseling (Lead)

Investigación:
Kandie Dempsey,  DBA, MS, RN, OCN, Director, Cancer Research
Jennifer Sims-Mourtada , PhD, Director, Translational Breast Cancer Research
Jerry Castellano, BS, PharmD, CIP, Corporate Director IRB

Atención paliativa y de apoyo:
Dr. Kenneth Trzepkowski (Lead)

Servicios de informática y biblioteca

Fellows are able to access the hospital intranet and the World Wide Web from the more than 1,500 computer terminals that are part of our local area network, as well as by remote access via the Web. Christiana Care patient data, including admission and discharge summaries, all lab data, X-ray, pathology, and operative reports, are available from Cerner’s PowerChart. Cada equipo de pacientes hospitalizados recibe equipos portátiles LIFEBOOK para tener acceso inalámbrico a la información de los pacientes en PowerChart. Además, las historias clínicas de pacientes del Consultorio de Medicina para Adultos son totalmente electrónicas a través de Centricity. Los becarios pueden tener acceso a ambos programas de forma remota o desde cualquier terminal de hospital en Christiana o Wilmington.

Christiana Care’s Radiology Department uses a Picture Archiving Communications System Network (PACSNet) to store digital images of radiological procedures which gives fellows ready remote access as well as access from any hospital terminal.

Servicios de biblioteca

Christiana Care mantiene dos bibliotecas clínicas equipadas con computadoras, totalmente provistas de personal, disponibles las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana para todo el personal. Hay más de 30 computadoras de biblioteca en red disponibles, y todas las bibliotecas ofrecen acceso inalámbrico para su equipo portátil. También se pueden utilizar dos bibliotecas sobre salud para el consumidor, de gran reputación, diseñadas para ayudar a los pacientes, las familias y el personal. Las bibliotecas tienen suscripciones para recibir más de 400 revistas y colecciones de libros de más de 5,000 volúmenes. A la extensa colección bibliográfica impresa se suman los recursos informáticos en línea que ofrecen una gama completa de bases de datos bibliográficas y de texto completo con amplia cobertura de medicina clínica, toma de decisiones basada en las evidencias y la atención del paciente e investigación. El acceso a las computadoras en red incluye UpToDate, importantes libros y revistas en línea, MICROMEDEX, las bases de datos de Ovid Medline y Cochrane, AccessMedicine y AccessSurgery, Cardiosource, RefWorks, Essential Evidence y más. Estos recursos crean una red de bibliotecas virtual a través de la intranet de Christiana Care a la que pueden acceder todos los residentes desde su casa y desde cualquier ubicación de Christiana Care (más de 1500 computadoras). Los residentes pueden hacer búsquedas por su cuenta o solicitar servicios de búsqueda inmediata a los bibliotecarios sin costo alguno. Se ofrecen recursos impresos adicionales a través de nuestros servicios de préstamo interbibliotecario y de transferencia de documentos. Las bibliotecas también ofrecen un servicio de compra de libros con descuento.

Los bibliotecarios médicos clínicos asisten a visitas en algunos departamentos y ofrecen instrucción personalizada, así como clases sobre recuperación de información basada en evidencias y habilidades para la búsqueda bibliográfica.


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