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Course No: MEDIC 9937-C71
Elective: Chest Radiology
Category: Clinical
Department: Radiology
   
Last updated: 03/02/2010
   
Institution name:
UMKC SOM/Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City
Address:
4401 Wornall Road  
  Kansas City, MO 64111  
Phone Number: 816-932-3577  
Contact Person: Jeanne Kimball  
     
Instructor Name: Melissa Rosado de Christenson, MD  
Academic Appointment: Clinical Professor of Radiology
Specialty Certification: Diagnostic Radiology
   
Scheduling - Contact:
Phone:
Email:
Mailing Address:

816-651-1814

see above - Dept of Radiology
Instructions:
BY APPROVAL ONLY. OFFERED ONLY IN BLOCK 3
UMKC students contact their Educational Team Coordinators.
Only accepts visiting students from KCUMB and SABA. KCUMB - work with your school’s coordinator. SABA students - contact Jeanne Kimball at jkimball@saint-lukes.org Students must seek approval of elective instructors by contacting Dr. Melissa Rosado de Christenson at 816-932-2550 or mrosado@saint-lukes.org
   
Primarily Based: Hospital
Stipend?: NO
Housing?: NO
Meals?: NO
Interview?: NO
Duration of Elective: 1 Months
Maximum # of Students: 1
Year Level: MS VI
Is Call Expected?: NO
If "Yes", then frequency:

Prerequisites: YES - requires interview, approval of attending physician, completion of general radiology rotation
     
Post-Placement Contact and Attending Physician Contact Information:
Dept. Contact Person:
Jeanne Kimball
Phone: 816-932-3577 Email:
Attending Physician: Phone:    
Elective Start Time/Location:      
Start Day: First Weekday of Month Start Time: 0800
Location: Students should contact Jeanne Kimball at least two weeks prior to the start date of their elective rotation for information on meeting location and elective start time.
Elective Schedule Information: Students should contact Jeanne Kimball at least two weeks prior to the start date of their elective rotation for information on meeting location and elective start time.
Educational Objectives: Attend all 7:30am lectures and noon conferences; understand standard patient positioning for chest imaging studies; gain knowledge of indications for chest imaging studies; understand basic fundamentals of diagnostic imaging of the chest; observe and review dictations with residents and supervising faculty; gain knowledge of basic radiology and normal anatomy; gain knowledge of chest radiology; gain knowledge on imaging manifestations of atelectasis; gain knowledge of pulmonary vasculature; gain knowledge of thoracic trauma; gain knowledge of solitary pulmonary nodule; gain knowledge of pulmonary neoplasms.
     
Teaching Methods:   Method of Evaluation:
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Additional Comments:    
Requires Submission of CV, Interview and Approval of Attending Physician. To schedule interview, contact: Ms. Linda Schwantes (816) 932-5995