The goal of the Neuro-Oncology Service at Yale is to teach residents how to diagnose, manage and treat patients with tumors of the nervous system. The service consists of a ward junior, the senior ward resident, the Neuro-Oncology fellow/PA and the Neuro-Oncology attending. Patients on the neuroscience floor are followed exclusively by the service and the junior resident is responsible for daily progress notes, orders and discharge paperwork. The team is not responsible for patients receiving routine chemotherapy in the Smilow Cancer Hospital and those patients are managed by medical oncology hospitalist team. The general neurology consult service sometimes follows these patients at the request of the Neuro-Oncology service if the chemotherapy requires a more involved approach. This allows the residents to take a more managerial role during the treatment phase of the patient's stay.