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In addition to teaching rounds conducted by the Attendings, formal teaching conferences are conducted each day. These conferences are well attended by both faculty and house staff, which encourages the active interchange of ideas. Conferences include:

Morning Reports

  • Case-Based Morning Reports - a favorite among housestaff, these morning reports are an interactive discussion of cases presented by chief residents and residents to peers and Attendings.
  • Ambulatory Morning Reports - a weekly review prepared by residents, of cases from their ambulatory continuity clinic.
  • Resident Grand Rounds - weekly formal lectures prepared by residents providing an overview of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of various disease processes.

Residents-in-class-lecture

Morning Report

Mid-Day Conferences

  • Core Internal Medicine Lecture Series - lectures by faculty from the attending staff on both general and subspecialty internal medicine.
  • Medical Emergency Lecture Series - a review series of noon lectures held the first two months of the year.
  • Department of Medicine Grand Rounds - weekly lectures by invited speakers from around the country on state-of-the-art diagnosis and management of varied disease processes;
  • Journal Clubs - monthly discussions of recent literature with an emphasis on critical appraisal skills.
  • Morbidity and Mortality Conferences - an informal opportunity for the residents to discuss cases each week with the program directors in a supportive learning environment.
  • Tumor Boards - a conference developed by the Hematology-Oncology department to review cases and disease management.
  • Critical Care Conferences - residents rotating in the ICU have lectures scheduled several times a week with intensivists to review relevant topics such as ventilator management, cardiac arrhythmias etc.
  • Monthly Morbidity and Mortality Conferences: A more formal and structured M & M conference is arranged by department of medicine each month where senior residents present a case and it is curated by an attending physician.