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PGY-2 Curriculum

CURRICULUM: TRADITIONAL TRAINING TRACK

PGY-2

The goal of the PGY-2 year is to simply immerse the resident in neurology; there is no better way to learn the principles of neurology than to see and examine patients under careful supervision. The PGY-2 year is a mix of inpatient and outpatient neurology; residents rotate on 2-week blocks at Emory University Hospital, Grady Memorial Hospital, and in the outpatient clinics at the Brain Health Center. Half-day continuity clinics are held weekly at both Grady and BHC throughout all rotations. PGY-2 residents take call at both Grady and Emory University Hospital.

PGY-2 curriculum is as follows (Roll over the items for descriptions):

Grady consult service (6 weeks)

Grady ward service (6 weeks)

Emory consult service (6 weeks)

Emory night float (6 weeks)

Grady neuro ICU (6 weeks)

Emory EEG/epilepsy service (4 weeks)

Movement disorders clinic (2 weeks)

Cognitive clinic (2 weeks)

Sleep clinic (2 weeks)

General neurology clinic (2 weeks)

Elective (6 weeks)

Vacation (4 weeks)