|Combined General Radiology||5 months|
|Nuclear Medicine||2 months|
|Years 2, 3 & 4|
|Magnetic Resonance Imaging||2|
|Armed Forces Institute of Pathology||1.5|
This program introduces the resident to basic research and its clinical application. Research studies are encouraged and research is done in cooperation with the program director and approved by institutional authorities. Research projects can be retrospective or prospective in nature.
The resident submits a proposal to the Beaumont-Farmington Hills Resident Research Committee. The resident and faculty advisor present the proposal before Committee members, get approval and submit to the Beaumont IRB. The resident may utilize his completed project to meet AOCR requirements for scientific papers or exhibits, as well as in meeting ACGME scholarly activity requirements.
The program director assures that the resident completes ACGME and/or AOCR required examinations.
Subspecialty rotations are provided in pediatric radiology at Children's Hospital of Michigan in the Detroit Medical Center, affiliated with Wayne State University School of Medicine.
Additional elective time or variation in the current required elective are made on an individual basis. Botsford Hospital Department of Radiology has affiliations with the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., and William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, for nuclear, chest and neuroradiology rotations, as well as at Michigan State University's Radiology Department for magnetic resonance imaging.
In accordance with ACGME and AOA guidelines and with approval by the Program Director and Director of Medical Education.
Each resident is on-call for specific periods of time. Frequency is based on the number of residents in the program. The resident assigned on-call responsibility is required to be in house.