The LSU EQuIP Rotation – Rationale, Deliverables and Growth in the New Academic Year


LSU School of Medicine’s Enhancing Quality Improvement for Patients (EQuIP) rotation continues to provide an in-depth orientation to the principles of quality improvement, patient safety and process improvement for LSU House Officers rotating at University Medical Center New Orleans (UMCNO). The...

LSU School of Medicine’s Enhancing Quality Improvement for Patients (EQuIP) rotation continues to provide an in-depth orientation to the principles

Program Director Orientation


On June 30, Dr. Odinet-Frey, Director of Accreditation, will be conducting a comprehensive orientation  for LSU Faculty who will be assuming new responsibilities to serve as their department's Program Directors (PD). The orientation will provide a foundation of knowledge for those new to the PD...

On June 30, Dr. Odinet-Frey, Director of Accreditation, will be conducting a comprehensive orientation  for LSU Faculty who will be assuming

Precision Medicine Course-Saturday, July 15


Precision Medicine: Integrating Genetics and Genomics into the Clinic course will be held on Saturday, July 15. Scan this QR Code for more information and to register Precision Medicine is an new concept whereby patient management is drive by patient and/or tumor genetics.  Attendees of the...

Precision Medicine: Integrating Genetics and Genomics into the Clinic course will be held on Saturday, July 15. Precision Medicine is

Meet Apollo and Athena: The Learning Center’s Newest Patient Simulators


With the help of Drs. Charles Hilton and Steve Nelson, the Learning Center was able to purchase two new high-fidelity patient simulators, Apollo and Athena.         Apollo (CAE) is a fully wireless, tetherless, high-fidelity adult patient manikin that has...

With the help of Drs. Charles Hilton and Steve Nelson, the Learning Center was able to purchase two new high-fidelity

Emergency Medicine Disaster Drill Takes Place in Learning Center


The Learning Center coordinated the Emergency Medicine Disaster Drill, an annual simulation training on May 24. Between two sessions, 40 residents and 10 faculty participated in the activity which was a mock scenario in which a driver lost control and drove into a crowd at a Mardi Gras parade. The...

The Learning Center coordinated the Emergency Medicine Disaster Drill, an annual simulation training on May 24. Between two sessions, 40

Alumni Tour the Learning Center


An estimated 60 alumni toured the Learning Center on Friday, June 2 as a part of the LSU School of Medicine Reunion Weekend. Attendees toured the 6th floor clinical skills lab as well as the 5th floor simulation rooms and cadaver labs. It was a hands-on and interactive tour, giving the alumni...

An estimated 60 alumni toured the Learning Center on Friday, June 2 as a part of the LSU School of Medicine Reunion

2017-2018 EQuIP Rotation – Call for Participants


LSU EQuIP rotation residents participate in A Day in the Life: Code Blue Training at UMC The LSU School of Medicine’s Enhancing Quality Improvement for Patients (EQuIP) rotation provides an in-depth orientation to the principles of quality improvement, patient safety, and process improvement...

The LSU School of Medicine’s Enhancing Quality Improvement for Patients (EQuIP) rotation provides an in-depth orientation to the principles of

Lafayette Internal Medicine Residents at ACP Meeting in San Diego


March Madness hit very hard at UHC this year. Three Internal Medicine residents, Rick Faul, MD, Jason Charrier, MD and Syed Saad, MD, placed first in the state American College of Physician's "Doctor's Dilemma" game, a medical Jeopardy contest.  The team performed well, earning them a ticket...

March Madness hit very hard at UHC this year. Three Internal Medicine residents, Rick Faul, MD, Jason Charrier, MD and Syed Saad,