Questions/Answers needed for Yale/J&J website to illuminate the role of resident scholars at each site; to be completed by jointly by US and site mentors for each site. Please feel free to add as much detail and take as much space as you’d like. Site: __ASRI Clinic in Sukadana, West Kalimantan, Indonesia___ What is the Resident’s role in providing medical care: educator observer care provider other: _________________ The Resident’s day to day duties will be as a/an: Observer Provider with direct supervision Provider with supervision available Other: _acting as consultant to Indonesian doctors and hands-on trainer of all aspects of care incl procedures_____ Do duties change over the course of the rotation? No/Yes No If yes, how? Expectations @ performing procedures: Observer Provider with direct supervision Provider with supervision available Other: _teaching the Indonesian doctors _____ Please attach a template of the expected schedule, and comment on the following: Taking Call: none, but may get a knock on the door at home about an emergency patient. Can also asked to be called if an emergency patient arrives at clinic after hours. Weekend Hours: none Weekday Hours: 8am to 5 or 6pm. Mobile clinics depend on distance travelled. (1-4 days) Free Time/Vacation Days: evenings, weekends Flexibility of scheduling: not particularly due to clinic only being open during the day, during the week Impact of time of year/season on rotation: always very hot and humid, rainy season NovJan) a little less hot but more humid. No volunteers during Ramadan or end of December. Expectations for sociocultural etiquette: Expected to wear conservative clothing: long pants or skirts below knees, and tops that are at least short-sleeved or longer and not low cut (i.e. do not reveal cleavage). Women wear long shorts and tshirts when swimming in the ocean. Do not show anger or impatience Safety issues: Sukadana is safe. Common sense should prevail. Participation in existing research: if interested, contact Dr. Webb List expected rotation sites/Affiliated Institutions: none List optional rotation sites: none Opportunities for Teaching presenting at Grand Rounds (if yes, how frequently? _____) X offering formal lectures (if yes, how frequently? _usually 1-2 per rotation____) X bedside teaching to colleagues,etc. teaching of med students (if yes, how frequently? _____) other: ___________________ Opportunities for formal Learning Grand Rounds (frequency: _____) Attending rounds (if yes, how frequently? _____) seminars (if yes, how frequently? _____) attending lectures at other institutions other: ______________________ How many of these opportunities is a resident expected to attend? Other comments: It’s a wonderful experience. You must rely on good physical exam skills for most diagnoses. The Indonesian people are very friendly and warm. Link added to website January 2009.