Grand Rounds: Hospital-wide, weekly lunch time lecture series taught and attended by UM and HCH faculty
Afternoon Report (ANR): These sessions are directed toward the Upper Level Residents ( PGY- 2 & PGY - 3)
Conducted by the Chief Medical Resident held every Tuesday. The focus is on clinical decision making as well as diagnostics and management. It is a round table discussion to encourage academic and clinical growth. Cases are usually presented by one of the inpatient teams on a weekly alternating schedule. PGY-1's are welcome to attend.
Board Review: These sessions are aimed at preparing the upper level residents for ABIM Board Examinations. (Details coming soon)
Daily conferences are planned to provide the resident a comprehensive learning experience from multiple aspects of Internal Medicine. See below for the conference schedules and descriptions
OPEN / TEACH Sessions: Open sessions are focused on general program updates and town hall meetings to address issues brought up by Residents to enhance systems based practice. Teach sessions are aimed at developing education and teaching strategies for upper levels as well as a flexible session for a variety of topics.
Ambulatory Academic Half-Day: Ambulatory specific didactic curriculum and board review covered weekly with Associate Program Director, Howard Koch, MD on Tuesday Mornings. All residents on ambulatory rotation attend as part of their two-week rotations.
Rotating Conference: A series of lectures focused on various aspects of Internal Medicine Education (See Below)
Patient Safety Conferences: Review of a recent case that highlights patient safety and healthcare quality in order to prevent repetition of errors held monthly.
Musial Afternoon Report (ANR): These sessions are conducted by the Chief Medical Resident held every otherThursday. The focus is on clinical decision making in Cardiology focusing on diagnostics and management. The goal is to encourage academic and clinical growth in mangement of cardiac patients. Cases are presented by an Intern apart of the Musial team on a weekly alternating schedule with ICU ANR
EKG Conference: Conferences held on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the inpatient rotation with inpatients residents to further guide understanding and ability to interpret EKG results led by Core Faculty member, Joshua Larned, MD.
ICU Lecture Series: Presented by Faculty from the Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Main Campus. Topics include a wide-array of topics focused on developing Critical Care skills, updates on current EBM studies, and case discussions.
Professor Rounds: Once a month on Monday's Professor of Medicine and Regional Dean of Medical Education, Daniel Lichtstein, MD, MACP will conduct Afternoon Report. This session involves all residents available to discuss a particular case in its entirety. Residents are fully engaged with this dynamic speaker while lunch is served.
Journal Club: Vibrant discussion of the newest innovations in medical research and its implications on current patient care practices held monthly.
ICU Afternoon Report (ANR): These sessions are conducted by the Chief Medical Resident held every other Thursday. The focus is on clinical decision making in Critical Care patients as well as a focus on diagnostics and management. The goal is to encourage academic and clinical growth. Cases are presented by an Intern apart of the ICU team on a weekly alternating schedule with Musial ANR
Intern Morning Report: Every Monday all available PGY-1's will have a round table discussion of a case. The focus of these sessions is to develop clinical critical thinking. These session will be overseen bye the GME Faculty as well as esteemed Professor of Medicine and Regional Dean of Medical Education, Daniel Lichtstein, MD, MACP. Cases are presented by one of the inpatient team interns on an alternating weekly schedule.
Academic Half-Day: General Internal medicine curriculum and board review covered weekly with UM and HCH faculty and Program Leadership that help prepare residents for the ABIM exam and future practice.
Didactic Topics: Goal of these sessions is to provide the resident current updates in the most important subjects in Internal Medicine. These sessions are planned to add as a supplement to the residents' board examination preparation. These sessions are apart of the Academic Half-Days on Wednesday are divided into two, one hour sessions which take place following the Rotating Conference.
Business of Medicine (BOM): A lecture series developed by the GME Faculty Dr. Homer and Dr. Koch to educate Residents on practical aspects of Medicine. Includes discussion on Insurance policy, Billing, CMS guidelines, practice or office management strategies etc... The focus of these sessions is to provide insights into the business and operations of practicing medicine in an attempt to make Resident ready to practice following graduation.
Radiology Review: Conference held on the 2nd and 4th Friday of the inpatient rotation with inpatient residents and our esteemed radiology faculty.