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The information in this manual is designed to provide a reference for many of the questions you may have during your education. The departmental policies are listed here, although various institutions have additional policies and regulations. We suggest you contact the GME Office, your Program Director, or your Chief Resident(s) for clarification and additional information, or the service director of the institution in question if you need further clarification. The Administrative Office of the Department of Anesthesiology will make reasonable efforts to notify Residents of any material changes in the Resident Manual via the resident’s university e-mail address maintained by the GME office. It is the Resident Physician's responsibility to monitor his or her University e-mail account for information on any changes.
*The terminology in this manual is consistent with that of the Graduate Medical Education (GME) Directory and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
GENERAL CURRICULUM Clinical Training Curriculum Clinical Case, Procedural and Experiential Requirements Resident Training Report American Board of Anesthesiology Goals and Objectives Clinical Scientist Curriculum Clinical Research Curriculum American Board of Anesthesiology Didactic Curriculum