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Major areas of interest include the following: Fifty-four months of the residency program are spent in clinical neurosurgery, including one year as a chief resident and one year as a subspecialty chief resident.
One year is spent rotating on elective services such as neurology, neuropathology, neuroradiology and neuro-ophthalmology services.
All residents are required to attend scheduled conferences.
Each of the adult faculty has either a half or full day clinic once a week.Another year is spent performing either basic science research or clinical and outcomes based research based on individual preferences and career goals.Our two training sites, SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital and SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, together provide over 1,100 admissions and 800 operations per year on the neurosurgery service.Residents are required to attend clinics on a weekly basis while on service.
Patients seen in the clinic fall into one of the following broad categories: specialty-specific preoperative consultations or operative evaluations, postoperative follow-ups, or follow-ups from on-call inpatient consultations (e.g., trauma patients).
Very detailed information is tracked and is available for quick reference and updated "on-the-fly" while rounding. When a resident is on call, he or she will field all ER calls, floor consultations, and ICU and floor nurse calls both at SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital and SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital.