Resident Run Interventional Radiology Clinic Resources
The following documents are presented by programs with established resident run IR clinics to assist in establishing or improving new resident clinics.
This is a column published in JACR in 2010 describing the benefits to clinical training of a resident-run VIR clinic.
Consult Documentation Presentation
This is a very helpful presentation by a medical coding professional that serves as a refresher course in what to include in your clinic documentation.
Resident Clinic Handbook
This is the handbook established and used at Maine Medical Center. It contains some computer program specific information but the remainder can be used as a guideline.
Wake Forest Resident Clinic Manual
This is the handbook developed by Heath McCullough (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the clinic he started at Wake Forest. He encourages interested parties to edit and use the manual as you see fit.
OB/GYN Referring Service Presentation
This is a sample presentation given to a referring OB/GYN service. It covers disease process, imaging, and treatment of uterine fibroids and pelvic congestion syndrome. We recommend keeping the associated .avi files with the presentation to maximize functionality.
Medicine Referring Service
This is a sample presentation given to a referring Internal Medicine service. It originated in 2008 so some data may be out of date. A presentation to a Family Medicine service should also include elements from the OB/GYN presentation (including symptomatic uterine fibroids and symptomatic pelvic varices), to be added later.