*To Cover Cost of Disability and Life Insurance Premiums $600 annually has been added.
A resident stipend is determined by the currently assigned PGY level and is unrelated to the number of prior months or years of previous GME completed by the resident.
|Vacation**||21 days per year|
|Sick Leave||21 days per year|
|Holidays||All University of Tennessee holidays although the actual day awarded may vary due to patient care concerns.|
|Bereavement Leave||For immediate family.|
|Leave of Absence||Residents are granted leave of absence with particular arrangements with program criteria in compliance with Board requirements for absence from training.|
|Insurance||Medical - Medical Center Pays 80%, Resident Pays 20% Co-Payment, Individual, Individual & Spouse, Individual & Children, or Family Coverage Disability - $1,500 Per Month Benefit Life - $100,000 (Double Indemnity Accidental) Liability - Provided by Tennessee State Board of Claims (Limited to Residency Program Activities).|
|Educational Meetings||GSM supports resident travel to approved regional or national conferences when the resident is presenting an accepted poster, abstract or oral presentation, or to receive an award. Amount - $2,250 per such meeting.|
Additional courses provided by the Graduate School of Medicine:
|Simulation Center||Available for all residents in all training programs with emphasis on surgical and procedural practice.|
|Uniforms||Monogrammed white lab coats provided.|
|Meals||Provided during on-call hours.|
|Pagers||Alpha-numeric pagers provided.|
|Medical Library||Pubmed searches, photocopying, and computer laboratory provided. Library facility access is available 24/7.|
|Notary||Notary services are provided.|
|Parking||Free parking provided by the Medical Center.|
**The amount of time a resident can be away from residency duties and still meet Board and or graduation requirements varies among the specialties. Each program will provide its residents with written program-specific policies on leave allowances and the effect of leaves of absence, for any reason, on satisfying the criteria for completion of that program.
Simulation is the imitation of real-life experience including the use of task and virtual reality trainers, as well as standardized patients to refine technical and clinical skills of healthcare professionals. At the UT Center for Advanced Medical Simulation, the goal is continual improvement in quality of patient care and safety through education, practice, and assessment. Simulation can replicate almost any diagnostic or therapeutic situation, from simple IV insertions using low-fidelity task technology to complicated surgeries using high-fidelity, computerized manikins or virtual reality modules.
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