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1 Care of Renal Transplant Patients takes place in five distinct practice settings at the University of Michigan: a) Kidney and Pancreas Pre-transplant evaluation clinics (five half-day clinics per week) and Committee b) Inpatient Surgical Transplant Service c) Transplant Nephrology-Hospitalist service d) Inpatient Transplant Nephrology Consult Service e) Transplant Ambulatory Care Unit f) Short-term (three-month) Combined Nephrology and Transplant-Surgery Follow-up Clinics (two half-day clinics per week) and g) Long-term Nephrology/Renal Transplant Follow-up Clinics (four half-day clinic per week) The Transplant Nephrology Fellow will, as described below, participate in supervised patient-care in each of these practice settings. Clinical responsibility will be delegated to the Transplant Nephrology Fellow in proportion to her/his skills and comfort level. While more senior faculty will be available at all times for consultation, it is anticipated that the Transplant Nephrology Fellow will become increasingly autonomous over time. To promote meaningful decision making authority, the Transplant Nephrology Fellow will have a lecturer-level appointment in the Department of Medicine. The role of the Transplant Nephrology Fellow in each practice setting will be described below. Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Evaluation Clinics and Committee: The Kidney and Pancreas Pre-Transplant Evaluation Clinics meet for two half-days each week. Each kidney and/or pancreas transplant candidate is evaluated by a Transplant Nephrologist, Transplant Surgeon, Transplant Nurse, and Transplant Social Worker. Additional clinic support is provided by a Transplant Coordinator, Physician Assistant, Renal Dietitian, and a Transplant Billing Specialist. The Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Evaluation Committee meets weekly, and is comprised of representatives from each of the disciplines that participate in the Pre-Transplant Evaluation Clinics. The Transplant Nephrology Fellow attends one or more Kidney and Pancreas Pre-transplant Evaluation Clinic each week during the six months that s/he is not assigned to the Inpatient Transplant Nephrology Consult Service. It is her/his responsibility to provide patient education, to perform a history and physical examination, to formulate a transplant medical management plan (including recommendations for immunosuppression), and to present that assessment and plan at the Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Evaluation Committee. While during the first half of the fellowship year the fellow is supervised; in the last six months of training, the transplant nephrology fellow functions independently. Inpatient Nephrology Transplant Consult Service: The Inpatient Nephrology Transplant Consult Service provides consultation to all inpatient kidney and pancreas transplant recipients, and all heart, lung, liver and bone marrow transplant recipients with renal disease who are hospitalized at the University of Michigan Medical Center. Newly transplanted kidney and pancreas transplant recipients are admitted to the Surgery Transplant Inpatient Service. Unless there is a specific surgical issue, recipients who are greater than one month post-transplant are admitted to a medicine service or hospitalist- Transplant Nephrology Service. Patient Care on the Surgery Transplant Service is

2 collaborative. Multidisciplinary rounds (transplant surgery, transplant nephrology; nursing staff, discharge planning staff, social workers, nutritionist and transplant pharmacy) are held every morning. Management of maintenance immunosuppression is by mutually agreed upon protocol. Management of medical problems, such as diabetes and hypertension, and decisions pertaining to dialysis are directed by the Transplant Nephrology Fellow under the supervision of the Inpatient Transplant Nephrology Consult Service Attending Physician. All inpatient kidney or pancreas transplant biopsies are the responsibility of the Inpatient Transplant Nephrology Consult Service and/or the Interventional Nephrology Service. Decisions to perform biopsies and to treat for rejection are made collaboratively by the transplant nephrology and transplant surgery attending staff and fellows. Initially, the activities of the Transplant Nephrology Fellow are closely monitored by the Transplant Nephrology Attending. The responsibilities and autonomy of the fellow are gradually increased in anticipation of her/his assuming full attending responsibilities for the Inpatient Transplant Nephrology Consult Service by the end of the fellowship year. Hospitalist-Transplant Nephrology Service: This service was started in April 15, 2012 with the goal of providing expertise and continuity of care to kidney and kidney-pancreas transplant recipients beyond day 90 post-transplant without surgical complications or rejection. The service is staffed by four hospitalists, the transplant nephrology attending and the transplant nephrology fellow. The transplant nephrology fellow is responsible for the initial consultation and choice of management and supervised by the transplant nephrology attending. The transplant nephrology fellow also participates in the inpatient follow-up and discharge planning. This service has capacity for 10 patients per day per week. Transplant Ambulatory Care Unit: The Transplant Ambulatory Care Unit (TACU) is an outpatient extension of the inpatient surgery transplant nursing unit, and the Combined Nephrology and Transplant-Surgery Follow-up and Nephrology/Renal Transplant Follow-up Clinics. During their period of care in the TACU, patients are followed, evaluated and treated by the admitting service. Again the responsibility of the Transplant Nephrology Fellow is gradually increased until decisions regarding evaluation of allograft dysfunction including the decision to biopsy, initiation of anti-rejection therapy, and modulation of immunosuppression rests fully with the fellow. Senior faculty are always available for educational purposes and collaborative input. Combined Nephrology and Transplant-Surgery Follow-up Clinic: The short-term (three-month) Combined Nephrology and Transplant-Surgery Follow-up Clinics meet twice weekly. Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Recipients are seen for their first posttransplant visit in these clinics by both the Transplant Surgeons and Transplant Nephrologists. All subsequent care is provided by faculty and fellows from the Division of Nephrology. If the recipient is stable after three months, she is referred back to her/his original referring physician for routine care and is followed with gradually decreasing frequency in the long-term Nephrology/Renal Transplant Follow-up Clinics for the duration of transplant function. The Transplant Nephrology Fellow attends one of these clinics weekly and both of these clinics during the six months that s/he is not assigned to

3 the Inpatient Transplant Nephrology Consult Service. With experience, the Transplant Nephrology Fellow assumes attending-level responsibilities in these clinics, and is responsible for medical management, for management of immunosuppression and for assessment of allograft dysfunction. Nephrology/Renal Transplant Follow-up Clinics: Renal and Pancreas Transplant Recipients are followed for the duration of transplant function in the long-term Nephrology/Renal Transplant Follow-up Clinics. These clinics meet four times per week. Outpatient management of heart, lung, and liver transplant recipients with renal disease also takes place in this setting. The Transplant Nephrology Fellow attends one of these clinics weekly. With experience, the Transplant Nephrology Fellow assumes attending-level responsibilities in this clinic, and is responsible for medical management, for management of immunosuppression and for assessment of allograft dysfunction. The Transplant Nephrology Fellow: a) Participates in two or three transplant nephrology clinics (depending on inpatient responsibilities) a week for the entire Transplant Nephrology Fellowship year, and assumes primary responsibility for the care of greater than thirty outpatient renal and pancreas transplant recipients. The clinics include: 1) Kidney and Pancreas Pre-transplant Evaluation Clinic 2) Short-term (three-month) Combined Nephrology and Transplant-Surgery Follow-up Clinic, and 3) Long-term Nephrology/Renal Transplant Follow-up Clinic When on the inpatient service, the Transplant Nephrology Fellow will attend one long-term Nephrology/Renal Transplant Follow-up Clinic and one shortterm (three-month) Combined Nephrology and Transplant-Surgery Follow-up Clinic per week. When nor on the inpatient service, the Transplant Nephrology Fellow will attend one long-term Nephrology/Renal Transplant Follow-up Clinic, one short-term (three-month) Combined Nephrology and Transplant-Surgery Follow-up Clinic, and one Kidney and Pancreas Pretransplant Evaluation Clinic per week b) Spends a minimum of 6 months as a participant on the Inpatient Transplant Nephrology Consult Service. Initially, s/he functions as a fellow. It is anticipated that with increasing experience that the Transplant Nephrology Fellow will assume primary responsibility for more than thirty inpatient renal transplant recipients, and perform greater than fifteen renal transplant biopsies. All inpatient rounds are expected to include a significant element of formal didactic education. c) Assumes graduated responsibility for those patients under her/his care in the Transplant Ambulatory Care Unit d) Observes at least three renal transplant and three organ procurement procedures e) Participates in four regularly-scheduled transplant-related conferences:

4 1) Weekly Kidney and Pancreas Evaluation Committee where s/he will help to develop and present medical management plans for potential kidney and pancreas transplant recipients; 2) Weekly Nephrology Patient Management Conference. Approximately one third of this conference is transplant related. It will be expected that the Transplant Nephrology Fellow will both present at this conference on a regular basis and lend her/his expertise to discussions of cases presented by General Nephrology Fellows and Residents; and 3) Monthly Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Policy Meeting: It is at this meeting that the changes in pre- and post-transplant protocols are discussed and general issues regarding transplant program management are addressed 4) Monthly Acute Care Conference: In this meeting, the fellow participates in the discussion and management of patients followed in the combined clinics (patients within the first three month post-transplantation) 5) weekly Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients research conference f) attends and present at Nephrology Journal Club g) observes board meetings of the local organ procurement organization, Gift of Life Michigan, to better understand the interactions of local, regional and national entities in the delivery of transplant care h) participates in (and presents an assigned part of) the transplant portion of the Renal Lecture Series for General Nephrology Fellows. Topics include: immunology, tissue-typing, pre-transplant evaluation, surgical issues, allocation, ethics, immunosuppression, pharmacology and metabolism, early allograft dysfunction, late allograft dysfunction, pancreas transplantation, post-transplant infections and oncology, and new and investigational strategies and therapeutic modalities; i) be expected to read under the supervision of the Transplant Faculty the American Society of Transplantation s Primer on Transplnatation. Biweekly sessions will be scheduled with the transplant faculty to discuss specific chapters and additional relevant assigned readings j) rotates through the tissue typing laboratory for up to one month (under the supervision of the laboratory director, James Baker, MD) k) rotates through the renal pathology service for up to one month (under the supervision of the Renal Transplant Pathologists, Paul Killen, MD, and Kent Johnson, MD) l) electively rotates through 1) the pediatric renal transplant inpatient services and outpatient clinics 2) the liver, heart, lung or bone marrow transplant inpatient services and outpatient clinics, and/or 3) the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients; and m) attends the American Society of Transplant Physicians (ASTP) Fellows Symposium and at least one of the ASTP Winter Symposium or annual Spring Meeting. Approximately 2 weeks of each month are set aside for electives and research activities. Each Transplant Nephrology Fellow will be expected to complete a

5 research project during his fellowship year. The project should be planned during the first 3 fellowship months and completed over the following 9 months. Special research interests of the Renal and Pancreas Transplant Program include: outcomes research (Drs. Ojo and Leichtman), pharmaceutical research (Dr. Cibrik), clinical research (Drs. Ojo, Luan and Norman). Drs. Ojo and Leichtman are co-prinicpal investigators at the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients. An outline of the subjects to be included in didactic sessions planned for the Transplant Nephrology Fellow is enclosed as a separate page. 16. The Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Program and the General Nephrology Training Program complement each other. During the calendar year ending December 31, 2005, the University of Michigan s Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program provided care to approximately 2,500 stable long-term kidney and pancreas transplant recipients, evaluated greater than 1200 kidney and pancreas recipient and donor candidates, and performed 236 kidney, kidneypancreas, kidney-liver, or pancreas-alone transplants. Given this clinical volume, there is little competition between General Nephrology Fellows and the Transplant Nephrology Fellows for access to inpatient or outpatient transplant populations. Long-term follow-up clinic patient schedules are provider specific, thereby, ensuring continuity of care. Initially, the inpatient service is divided between the General Nephrology and Transplant Nephrology Fellows. These fellows round together with the Transplant Nephrology attending and cross cover each other during scheduled clinics. Eventually the Transplant Nephrology Fellow is expected to mature to assume an attending level roll (commensurate with her/his appointment as a Lecturer in Medicine) and have supervisory authority over and shared educational responsibility for the rotating General Nephrology Fellows. As a consequence of the number of clinics offered, the Transplant Nephrology Fellow is not redundantly scheduled into outpatient clinics with General Nephrology Fellows. Again, over time, it is possible that the Transplant Nephrology Fellow may assume supervisory authority over General Nephrology Fellows in the outpatient setting. Clinics and inpatient rounds are currently scheduled to avoid conflicts with didactic conferences, and the same consideration is extended to the Transplant Nephrology Fellow. Specific times are set aside for didactic sessions with the Transplant Nephrology Fellow. The participation of the Transplant Nephrology Fellow adds considerable value to those conferences that are shared with the General Nephrology Trainees.

6 Subjects to be covered in Transplant Nephrology Fellowship Didactic Sessions A. The curriculum will 1) Closely follow the organization of the American society of Transplantation s Primer on Transplantation. 2) Incorporate the pre-existing Renal Lecture Series for General Nephrology Fellows. 3) Include participation in four regularly scheduled transplant-related conferences a. Kidney and Pancreas Evaluation Committee (weekly) b. Nephrology Patient Management Conference (weekly) c. Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Policy Meeting (monthly) d. Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients research conference (weekly) 4) include participation in Nephrology Journal Club B. Resource materials will include: 1) Primer On Transplantation. 2) Handbook of Kidney Transplantation. 3) Standard journals and internet resources, 4) Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients research analyses, and 5) University of Michigan Transplant Protocols C. Curriculum topics will include, but not be limited to 1) normal immune responses 2) immune responses to allografts 3) inflammatory responses to allografts 4) mechanisms of tolerance 5) immunogenetics 6) clinical applications of immunogenetics 7) xenotransplantation 8) principles of pharmacology and metabolism 9) approved immunosuppressants 10) investigational immunosuppressants 11) pharmacotherapy and drug interactions 12) infectious diseases in transplantation 13) oncology in transplantation 14) pregnancy in transplantation 15) ethics in transplantation 16) organ sharing and allocation 17) economics of transplantation 18) pre-transplant evaluation of recipients 19) pre-transplant evaluation of living donors 20) pre-transplant management of deceased donors 21) organ procurement 22) transplant surgical techniques and intra-operative management 23) physiology of the transplanted kidney 24) pathogenesis and pathology of allograft dysfunction

7 25) post-transplant in-hospital care 26) post-transplant outpatient care 27) expected clinical outcomes and risk factors 28) pediatric considerations 29) pancreas transplantation 30) management of renal complications in extra-renal transplant recipients 31) strategies for outcomes measurements

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