Morning Report & Noon Lecture Series:
Morning report is daily from 7am-7:45am. Active discussions based on cases will be presented by the Internal Medicine leadership team as well as faculty from subspecialties. The objective of morning report is to teach residents how to approach typical as well as atypical symptoms through analysis of physical and laboratory findings using a systematic approach. Morning report is also an exercise in differential diagnosis, one that can touch upon a plethora of specialty categories such as: infectious disease, vascular, metabolic and congenital illnesses. Noon lectures will be held daily from 12-1:00pm. This lecture series will focus on the program’s education goals and objectives as related to primary care as well as sub-specialty goals and objectives. Key members of the internal medicine faculty will present during these lectures as well as outside invited guests.
The ambulatory curriculum will be based on both the John Hopkins modules as well as the Yale Ambulatory Curriculum. One morning report a week will be dedicated to an ambulatory lecture. Two procedure clinics per year will be conducted in the outpatient facilities.
Held once a month at various locations. Residents will participate in a 45 minute discussion that will help to develop critical thinking skills and tools for reviewing the latest publications on evidence based medicine.
Ocean Medical Center sponsors a weekly board review course in order to prepare residents for the ABIM board certification exam. The course uses an adaptive learning platform to better suit individual’s specific learning needs. MSKAP and NEJM Knowledge based software will be utilized.