Brad has a number of roles. In addition to his clinical care and some research projects over the years, he’s very active in medical education. He serves as an assistant residency director for the physician residency. He’s also the medical director for our physician assistant residency program. He’s our Medical Student program director and is integral to evaluating candidate students for our residency in the application process. Brad’s known for his ability to build rapport with our residents, our staff and our patients.
- Introduction, Background
- Building patient rapport
- Documentation workflow and attitudes to getting charts done
- Supervision approaches
- The importance of mid-shift lunch, mid-shift nap.
- Night shift resilience
- Wrap up