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POCUSWe offer a variety of educational content ranging from traditional bedside rounding, core internal medicine or specialty focused didactics, hands on POCUS and simulation training, humanistic discussions and future planning lectures. Education is the focus of the program as evidenced by the following activities:

Morning Report

  • 4x a week presented by a senior resident
  • Covers internal medicine, sub-specialties divided by month and emergency medicine
  • Attended by residents, core faculty including program director and chairman of medicine, sub-specialists and medical students
  • MKSAP board review question and discussion every morning prior to morning report

Noon ConferenceNoon conference

  • 4x a week presented by core faculty or sub-specialists
  • Specialty topics covered by month

Point of Care Ultrasound Training + Simulation Training

  • 1 week per month delivered by our pulmonary and critical care trained, internal medicine faculty
  • Lectures presented in case based interactive learning sessions alongside hands on training sessions

Grand Rounds

  • 1x per week delivered by visiting professors from around the country

Tumor Board

  • 1x per month presented by our Asplundh Cancer Center faculty

Chairman Case Conference

  • 1x per month presented by our chairman of medicine

US training

Journal Club

  • 1x per month presented by a senior resident team in clinic

Core Curriculum Series

  • 1-2x per month presented by the department of graduate medical education
  • Includes topics such as retirement planning, loan repayment, job contract tips and tricks, how to find a job post-graduation, etc.

EKG Club/CXR Club

  • 2x per month presented by our Chief Residents with additional supplemental lectures by cardiology and pulmonary faculty

Ambulatory Medicine

  • Academic half day 1x per week during resident clinic weeks presented by our core faculty and senior residents as peer to peer interactive education sessions

Clinic outdoor learning

Wellness Curriculum

  • Quarterly our residents meet by class with a licensed healthcare social worker to discuss work/life balance, wellness ideas and how the program can better support the residents

R1 Management Conference

  • 1-2x per month delivered by an intern to help other interns with important intern focused content

Morbidity and Mortality Conference

  • 1x per month presented by the department of Safety and Quality

Patient Experience Curriculum

  • 1x per month presented by residents with core faculty

Morning report

Additional lectures

  • Scattered throughout the year including select pharmacy topics, palliative care topics, documentation topics, resident teaching techniques, etc.

    To Apply

    Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS)

    Margot I. Boigon, M.D., Program Director

    Johnna Stieber, Residency Program Coordinator