Internal Medicine Residency Program
    Faculty  

Curriculum

Rotation requirements for Categoricals to Complete in 3 Years    

Journal Club: Current Assignments and Archive

CPC Cases: Guidelines for discussant

Residents' Conference Assignments
Interns' Conference Assignments

Subspecialty Didactic Curricula
References & Lecture Schedule

Subspecialty Rotation Curricula

Knowledge Base and Curricula Logs

These links will have Teaching Conference lecture contents, references and handouts. Essential links and references are here too. Please review the curriculum before you begin the subspecialty rotation. Links to MS Word and/or pdf files are on the page too.
The pdf files of the logs are the same as in your workbooks. Print from the pdf.
Link to MyEvaluations for PDA based records.
The web pages have lists only.
Link to instructions for use.

Allergy

Cardiology

Dermatology

Emergency Medicine

Endocrinology

Gastroenterology

Geriatrics

Hematology/Oncology

Infectious Disease

Internal Medicine

Nephrology

Neurology

Opthalmology

PM&R

Psychiatry

Pulmonary/Critical Care

Rheumatology

Allergy

Ambulatory

Anesthesia

Cardiology

Critical Care Medicine

Dermatology

Emergency Medicine

Internal Medicine Night Float

Endocrinology

Gastroenterology

Geriatrics

Hematology/Oncology

Hospitalists/Medical Consult

Infectious Disease

Internal Medicine

Outpatient/Private Practice

Internal Medicine Ward Rotation

Nuclear Medicine

Nephrology

Neurology

Ophthalmology

Pulmonary

Radiation Oncology

Radiology

Rheumatology

 

Allergy log (list only, pdf)

Ambulatory Care Clinic log (list only, pdf)

Cardiology log (list only, pdf)

Gastroenterology log (list only, pdf)

Geriatrics log (list only, pdf)

Hematology/Oncology log

Infectious Disease log (list only, pdf)

Internal Medicine Wards log (list only, pdf)

Nephrology logs (list only, pdf)

Oncology In-patient (list in Word file, pdf)

Private Practice logs (list only, pdf)

Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine log (list only, pdf)

Rheumatology log (list only, pdf)

 


 
The Knowledge curriculum has been created to guide your learning during the different rotations and lectures that you experience during your residency. 
 
Documentation of cases seen during residency

Directed reading

Documentation of lectures attended during residency.
 
Simply place a P, R, or L to indicate patient, reading, or lecture exposure.  You will often have more than one lecture or patient that pertained to a certain topic.  Record it.