Our didactic sessions take place weekly on Wednesday afternoons. All residents are pulled from clinical duties to attend these sessions. The didactic curriculum is theme based and covers the breadth of common diseases managed by a primary care provider in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. The curriculum follows an 18-month cycle so that all information will be reviewed twice during a resident’s three years of residency. The didactic curriculum is taught by our core faculty, clinical pharmacists, behavioral science specialists, and residents. Collaboration between the Greer and Seneca Family Medicine Residency Programs allows for shared lectures between our three groups.
Monthly we gather at the UofSC School of Medicine Greenville simulation lab for hands on simulations sessions including:
- Point of Care Ultrasound (MSK, Skin and soft tissue, OB, Chest, Abdomen)
- Behavioral Science (Delivering Difficult News, Communication and Chronic Pain, Motivational interviewing, Agenda Setting)
- Procedural Skills (Paracentesis, Thoracentesis, Skin and Soft Tissue Biopsy, Vaginal delivery and Vaginal Laceration Repairs)