Stanford Neurohospitalist Program News

News

PGY3 Neurology Resident Dr. Collin Culbertson has published a Teaching NeuroImage case report in the November 21 issue of Neurology, along with Neuropathology Fellow, Dr. Seth Lummus, and Clinical Assistant Professor, Dr. Carl Gold. Dr. Culbertson was a member of the clinical team that cared for a hospitalized patient who presented with left eye vision loss. After an extensive work-up, she was diagnosed with an uncommon inflammatory condition known as myeloperoxidase-anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody-positive hypertrophic pachymeningitis.


Multidisciplinary team pilots checklists to promote high-value inpatient care

A multidisciplinary team from the Department of Neurology participated in Cohort 5 of the SHC Clinical Effectiveness and Leadership Training course (CELT). Pictured here with SHC leadership at the September 1 CELT graduation, the team included former residents and current fellows Tresa McGranahan and Rebecca Miller-Kuhlmann, H1-G1 patient care manager Elisa Nguyen, clinical nurse Karlene Mills, and case manager Judy Pettibone. Clinical assistant professor Carl Gold served as the team leader. The team's CELT project, "Delivering High-Value Care on Inpatient Neurology: A Multidisciplinary Initiative," focused on developing and piloting checklist tools to promote high-value practices on the neurohospitalist service.

Announcements

Neurohospitalist Fellowship

The Stanford Department of Neurology & Neurological Sciences is excited to announce the creation of the Neurohospitalist Fellowship program. The goal of this one-year clinical Fellowship is to gain expertise in the diagnosis and management of a wide variety of common and rare acute neurological conditions. The emphasis will be on inpatient ward and consultative neurology, with exposure to neurocritical care and vascular neurology. In addition to consolidation of clinical knowledge, Fellows will be mentored on managing clinical teams and teaching learners of multiple levels. Fellows will also be actively involved in quality improvement and patient safety projects. At the completion of the program, each Fellow will have developed the necessary clinical, research, and teaching skills to launch a successful academic career.

Candidates must be board-eligible and have a license to practice in the state of California by the start date of the fellowship.

Fellowship start date: July 1, 2019

Please submit CV and a personal statement to Carl Gold, MD (carlgold@stanford.edu) by November 15, 2017. Candidate interviews will be scheduled for December 2017.

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