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Clinical Rotations

Each PGY-2 Oncology resident will complete a three-week orientation period followed by required and elective rotations. Required rotations are approximately two or four-week blocks. In addition to required rotations, residents will be able to choose elective rotations from the options below.

  • Required rotations include:
    • Orientation (3 weeks)
    • Medical Oncology, inpatient (4 weeks)
    • Malignant Hematology, inpatient (4 weeks)
    • Bone Marrow Transplant, inpatient (4 weeks)
    • Breast Clinic (2 weeks)
    • Cutaneous Clinic (2 weeks)
    • Hematology Clinic (4 weeks)
    • Administrative Rotation (2 weeks)
    • Genitourinary Clinic (2 weeks)
    • Thoracic Clinic (2 weeks)
    • Gynecology Oncology Clinic (2 weeks)
    • Gastrointestinal Oncology Clinic (2 weeks)
    • Investigational Drug Services (2 weeks)
    • Infusion Center (2 weeks)
    • Infectious Diseases (2 weeks)
    • Research (2 weeks)
  • Elective clinical rotations include but are not limited to:
    • Immune Cellular Therapy (ICE-T) Service
    • Personalized Medicine Service
    • Senior Adult (SrAD) Ambulatory Clinic
    • Cutaneous Malignancies Clinic
    • Head and Neck Oncology Clinic
    • Thoracic/Sarcoma Clinic
    • GYN/Neuro-Oncology Clinic
    • Bone Marrow Transplant Clinic
    • Pain and Palliative Care
    • Nutritional Support
    • Academia (University of South Florida)

Presentations and Publications

The resident will have many opportunities to present during the year. Presentation opportunities include Oncology Forum, Journal Club, Clinical Debate Presentations and Pharmacy Grand Rounds.

Residency Project

The residency project has been incorporated into the requirements of the residency with the intent of providing the resident with the opportunity of developing research and writing skills. The residency project may vary depending on the interest of the individual resident. Opportunities at MCC exist that allow the resident to gain experience in clinical research or through the completion of a pharmacy administration project.

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