- Morning Report — We are extremely proud of our chief resident
led morning reports. This high impact teaching session occurs four times per week
and provides our residents an opportunity to discuss the best and most educational
cases from our large medical center. We have a very broad range of cases and our teaching
faculty provide guidance, clinical pearls, and practical advice about patient care.
Each Friday, a Week in Review summarizes the week’s cases in an interactive
question-answer format. If you interview at CPMC, you will find our Residents' Report
to be among the best you will observe.
- Intern Report — This is a protected hour long session for interns that occurs once weekly. Our faculty, including subspecialists, teach core internal medicine topics with a special emphasis on the learning needs of interns. Topics have included diverse subjects such as answering emergency calls, diabetic insulin management, EKG review, and PFT interpretation.
- 12:00 pm Conference — This occurs on a daily basis and includes both faculty and visiting physicians who speak on a wide array of subjects. In addition to addressing internal medicine topics, other subjects include ethics, medical economics, medical humanities, psychosocial medicine, and health-care reform. There are also monthly clinical-pathologic conferences (CPC), clinical problem solving cases (CPS), morbidity and mortality discussions, ambulatory care conferences, and medical grand rounds. A catered lunch is provided.
- Subspecialty Grand Rounds — We also have subspecialty Grand Rounds every week, these include: cardiology, gastroenterology, neurology, transplantation medicine, and cardiothoracic surgery departments.