– Resident report is held for residents and interns. Using an evidence-based medicine focus, residents discuss patient problems, recent literature, and review relevant topics. There is a teaching discussion on the “Question of the Day” and a journal club. The Faculty and Chief Medical Residents lead these sessions.
– are conducted daily on most services by distinguished clinicians chosen for their teaching abilities; includes bedside instruction.
Critical Care and Coronary Care Rounds
– Daily rounds provide in-depth reviews of pathophysiology and patient management at the bedside. A full curriculum is provided during each rotation.
– Using innovative, state-of-the-art educational methodology, residents are exposed to a comprehensive core curriculum and read Harrison’s Textbook of Internal Medicine. There is ample opportunity to discuss topics with knowledgeable faculty. An urgent-emergent lecture series is given daily during the summer months to discuss critical and clinically relevant topics. An Issues in Medicine Series provides a full curriculum in the Business of Medicine, nutrition, risk management/performance improvement, research and ethics as well as provides a variety of basic science topics.
Evidence Based Medicine
– All categorical interns take a one-month rotation that focuses on the science of clinical medicine. This includes Evidence Based Medicine, Performance Improvement, and Clinical Skills.
Medical Grand Rounds
– A weekly conference by internationally renowned speakers discussing the most current controversies and discoveries in medicine.
– provides an opportunity to discuss patient management at the bedside with the Physician-in-Chief/Program Director and Chief Medical Residents.
The Morbidity and Mortality Conference and Clinical Pathological Conferences
– are held monthly and bring together the expertise of faculty of the Department of Medicine, Pathology, and Radiology for case review as necessary.