Medical Emergency Response and MUE-QI
Advanced life support, code participation, and simulation center education
As part of the medical emergency response learning experience, you will be required to complete Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certification. Education and training for PALS is provided free of charge. Additional simulation training on code cart basics and code-specific competencies are completed in the Mayo Clinic Department of Pharmacy Education and Training Center.
Required learning experiences may be augmented through training at the . Simulation-based education provides a controlled or simulated environment created to imitate real-life patient care settings where learners can practice and master skills without putting patients at risk.
Medication use evaluation and quality improvement (MUE-QI) training
You are required to complete a medication use evaluation (MUE) and accompanying quality improvement (QI) project during the residency year. The goal of the MUE-QI project is to develop a systematic process designed to determine, improve, and maintain the appropriate and effective use of medications. You will be afforded a mentor and are required to complete QI education and training resources through the Mayo Clinic Quality Academy.