Adult Neurology Residency Curriculum
The first year of the Adult Neurology Residency at Indiana University School of Medicine emphasizes clinical evaluation and management of patients at four adult hospitals and the children’s hospital and outpatient clinics on the school’s Indianapolis campus. The goal of the first year is to obtain clinical competence in general neurology.
|3 months||IU Health Methodist Hospital||Inpatient Consult|
|1.5 months||Eskenazi Hospital||Inpatient Consult|
|1.5 months||Roudebush VA Medical Center||Diagnostic Testing1|
|1 month||IU Health Neuroscience Center||Outpatient2|
|1.5 months||Eskenazi Hosptial||Outpatient3|
|2 months||Riley Hospital for Children||Inpatient and Outpatient|
|1.5 months||Roudebush VA Medical Center||Inpatient|
- The Diagnostic Testing rotation at Roudebush VA Medical Center includes an electroencephalogram/electromyography primer to introduce the new resident to these ancillary diagnostic tests.
- The outpatient experience at IU Health Neuroscience Center includes one-week in the Neuromuscular Clinic, one week in the Multiple Sclerosis Clinic, one week in the Movement Disorder Clinic and one week in Neuro-oncology.
- The rotation at Eskenazi Hosptial includes experience in the Emergency Neurology Clinic.
The second year of residency training emphasizes the foundations of clinical neuroscience.
|2 months||comprehensive course in neuroanatomy|
|1 month||clinical electrophysiology||Time is split between the electromyography laboratory and the electroencephalogram laboratory.|
|1 month||Neuroradiology||See note below.|
|2 months||inpatient consultation||Experience prepares residents for senior leadership.|
During the one month on neuroradiology, residents work with one of the senior neuroradiologists. Neuroimaging technology includes computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic resonance angiogram, angiography single photon emission computed tomography, positron emission tomography and interventional techniques.
During the third year, the senior Adult Neurology resident assumes a role with greater decision-making responsibility in the clinical setting. These residents enhance their teaching skills with greater roles in the ward, clinic and lecture settings.
|Number of Months||Location||Service Type|
|3||One month at each of the following facilities: IU Health University Hospital, IU Health Methodist Hospital, and Eskenazi Hospital or Roudebush VA Medical Center||Consult Service|
|1||Riley Hospital for Children||Child Neurology|
|2||IU Neuroscience Center||Subspecialty Outpatient Clinics|