Sample Conference Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Week 1 Orientation Scholarly Talk Resident Report Grand Rounds Consultant Conference
Week 2 Resident Report Resident Support House Staff Assoc. Meeting Grand Rounds Consultant Conference
Week 3 Resident Report Curriculum Lecture Med‐Rad‐Path Grand Rounds Board Review Series
Week 4 Resident Report Culture of Safety Art in Medicine Grand Rounds Consultant Conference

Resident Report: Case presentations by senior residents focusing on work up and differential with a teaching point. Separate Intern case presentations guided on building presentation skills and approach to cases.

Scholarly Talk: Monthly conference led by Dr. Aisenberg that discusses ideas for scholarly output and allows residents to connect with other interested residents/faculty to investigate clinical questions.

Resident Support: A monthly informal meeting with our program director at each hospital to discuss resident concerns, upcoming program changes, and new ideas for program improvement.

Curriculum Lecture: Curriculum lecture given by subspecialty faculty that focuses on relevant clinical topics, such as sepsis and GI bleeding, that are encountered frequently on the inpatient services.

Culture of Safety: Discussion led by residents and faculty once monthly to go over real-life cases that emphasize learning points about improving patient outcomes.

Orientation: Monthly meeting to review admission and hospital policies, etc.

House Staff Assoc. Meeting: Monthly meeting for all house staff with resident-focused topics.

Med‐Rad‐Path: A collaborative conference where Medicine, Radiology, and Pathology residents meet to work through interesting cases.

Art in Medicine: Monthly talk given by the Art in Medicine group that allows for creative reflection on medicine-related topics through fun interactive activities.

Consultant Conference: A weekly conference presented by consult services addressing common consult questions.

Board Review Series: A monthly review by either our chief residents or faculty that go over high-yield topics in each subspecialty.