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Over the weekend we had our annual CA-1 Family Day! This event is a chance for our CA-1s to bring their support people to campus to learn more about what we do at work as anesthesia residents. Family and friends practice intubations and lines on our mannequins, run through OR simulations, and meet some members of our dept and their families. This event is so helpful and special to us!

Summer in the Triangle is pretty great! We love spending days off enjoying the sunny and warm weather with our co-residents

The best part about Night Float is getting to spend time with our co-residents. Whether we’re assigned to the ORs, OB, or even the CTICU, you can often find us all together!
And you can almost always guarantee to find us at brunch at the end of the week

Attendings Bryant Murphy and Mark Henry along with residents John Odumosu, Josh Pyant, and Lauren Blake had the pleasure of meeting with our former Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams today! What an experience to learn from one of our country’s leaders in health policy!

We are hosting two virtual open house events to kick off this recruitment year! If you are applying this application cycle and would like to learn more about our program, please register today! Sign-up by copying the link below or clicking on the link in our bio – hope to see you there!

This week our CA-2 residents presented their team-based QI projects at our 11th Annual Resident QI Project Symposium. Over the last year, 7 teams of 4 residents and 2-3 faculty mentors worked on various high impact quality improvement / patient safety projects. We are so proud of their hard work!

Congrats to our outstanding CA-3 class on graduating this past weekend!! We are so impressed by your accomplishments and growth into extraordinary anesthesiologists. We can’t wait to see all you continue to accomplish – we know this is only the beginning!

A glimpse into our night float ~dream team~
During overnight call, our residents gain experience with emergency cases such as traumas, aortic dissections, ruptured aneurysms, bowel perforations, and more! It’s also a time when we do many of our transplant cases. When we aren’t in the ORs, we’re hanging out together watching TV shows, eating team meals, or even going to the in-hospital gym! And we always look forward to team brunch at the end of the week