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Quality teaching conferences complement experience gained from hands-on patient care. The didactic curriculum is carefully integrated in the training program to support the progressively independent clinical experiences of residents and to develop their teaching and supervisory capacities.

Noon Conferences

  • Core faculty attendings deliver daily noon conferences. 
  • During the first months of intern year, the core curriculum is devoted to an acute medicine course, “survival skills,” that covers management issues related to acute illnesses.

Chairman’s Conference

  • An interactive session with faculty or a resident analyzing an unknown case, demonstrating approaches to case analysis using clinical evidence and prioritization of the differential diagnosis.

Morning Report

  • Led by one of the chief residents with core faculty present.
  • Interns attend morning report once a week (Wed @ 10:15AM) and
  • Residents attend morning reports three times a week (Mon, Tue, Thu @ 7:30AM)

Grand Rounds

  • Occur once a week on Wednesdays (in place of noon conference), and is led by a senior physician, including visiting physicians from other institutions

ICU Conferences

  • Daily lectures specifically for the ICU team covering critical care topics

Journal Club

  • Meets once a month, and is guided by an internal medicine or subspecialty faculty mentor.  Articles of interest are reviewed using the McMaster criteria.

Morbidity and Mortality

  • Monthly: Residents work to identify what system issues contributed to the unsatisfactory outcome, and identify ways to improve the system so that future outcomes are positively impacted.

Resident Research Seminar

  • Residents present their research at various stages, receive feedback from the faculty and their peers, and meet with attendings who actively participate in residents’ research endeavors.

Board Review

  • Intensive lectures for PGY-3 residents, directed at improving preparation for the Internal Medicine Boards

Simulation / SiTEL lab

  • Allows residents to practice their procedural, advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) skills as well as training for central lines using standardized patients/mannequins
  • During MICU rotation residents can attend ACLS and critical situation simulations

Institutional Subspecialty Clinical Conferences

  • For residents that are interested in a subspecialty, there are opportunities to attend a variety of institutional subspecialty clinical conferences in addition to the medicine conferences.

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