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Other Elective Rotations

Other Elective Rotations

Access the curriculum for each topic below by clicking on each topic name. All files are in pdf format, and you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free.

General Internal Medicine Rotations

    1. Resident Continuity Practices
    2. Ambulatory elective: Primary Care Internist office
    3. Ambulatory elective: Subspecialist Office/Activity (Cardiac rehab, dialysis, endoscopy)
    4. Ward medicine (first year and supervising resident rotations)
    5. Intensive care medicine (first year and supervising resident rotations)
    6. Consultation Service (Junior & Senior)
    7. PGY 1 Diverse Ambulatory Experience (formerly Core/Differential)


Traditional Internal Medicine Subspecialties
(presented in sections because of file size)

Non Internal Medicine Subspecialty Rotations (usually 1 month)
            (presented in sections because of file size)

Non Internal Medicine Subspecialty Experiences (less than a month)

Miscellaneous Curricula
        
(Introduction)

  1. Alternative (Complementary) Medicine
  2. Communication Skills
  3. Evidence Based Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology & Research)
    a) epidemiology appendix
  4. Humanism
  5. Informatics
  6. Legal Medicine
  7. Medical Ethics
  8. Nutrition
  9. Practice Medicine
  10. Preventative Medicine
  11. Professionalism
  12. Quality Improvement
  13. Life Long Learning

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