Working in teams led by junior residents and supervised by attending physicians with a commitment to bedside teaching and direct observation, the Inpatient General Medicine Teaching Service is where residents grow from interns with great potential into skilled clinicians. Dr. Vivek R. Sharma presents "Hemophilia in the 21st Century: Current Practice and Future Directions" by first discussing the history of hemophilia. These roles leverage our senior resident’s expertise not only in clinical care, but also the in-depth understanding of the care pathways, patterns and capabilities of our inpatient structure. After, Dr. Jalil goes into the history of the ultrasound and then into Point of Care Ultrasound. Residents receive a robust community medicine experience at Newton-Wellesley Hospital (NWH), located in the nearby Boston suburb of Newton. 02114, Email: mghimresidency@partners.org The teams are led by a Mass General senior resident and a NWH hospitalist teaching attending. “It was hard to see our colleagues strained with the large influx of such high-acuity patients,” she says. A lecture series is held every morning to provide additional education on critical care medicine. Dr. Missy Potts discusses the wide variety of procedures for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes performed by interventional radiologists. The inpatient educational structure culminates in four senior year capstone roles focused around acute care management, hospital level triage, leadership, teaching and communication. Participate from your laptop or desktop computer. In this presentation Dr. Craig McClain discusses nonalcoholic fatty liver disease as the #1 cause of liver disease. Residents are exposed to a breadth and depth of pathology within inpatient cardiovascular medicine, including acute coronary syndromes, brady- and tachy-arrhythmias, severe/advanced decompensated heart failure, pericardial syndromes and post procedural cardiovascular care. Each Flex intern has primary responsibility for his/her own 6-7 patients, and admits to his/her own list during daytime hours, on an alternating day cycle with the Flex co-intern. Professor EBM is composed of over 90 teaching modules designed for use in internal medicine residency programs and student clerkships. This program delivers comprehensive updates in all major areas of hospital medicine. Each hemi-team is supervised by a senior resident, pulmonary/critical care fellow and pulmonary/critical care attending. Every weekday morning, the seniors that worked the night prior (Senior On; ED Triage SAR; Night Teaches) join for the beloved “AM Intake”, reviewing all dynamic and challenging cases from the night with the Chief Residents and a select teaching attending. “I wanted to help if I could.”. MA  Get the latest news, explore events and connect with Mass General. A lecture series is held each day to provide additional education on cardiac arrhythmias, acute coronary syndromes and post-procedural complications. OVERVIEW. There is also an additional night float junior resident that helps the on-call junior with overnight admissions and acute patient care issues. Watch more lectures on Inpatient Medicine. The junior resident supervises the care provided by the team and leads discussion and teaching on rounds. Patients are covered overnight by NWH Transitional Year interns, supervised by Mass General junior residents. A list of the internal medicine free open access medical education lectures aimed at Inpatient Medicine. Search for condition information or for a specific treatment program. The CCU Blue team serves as a general cardiology ICU service, caring for patients with acute coronary syndromes (including complications of MI), new and decompensated heart failure, cor pulmonale, endocarditis, pericardial diseases, post-procedural patients, cardiogenic shock, severe valvulopathy, cardiac arrests and unstable dysrhythmias. After, she reviews special considerations for women with epilepsy. Copyright © 2007-2020. All live stream sessions are eligible for, Vaping-associated lung injury: what a hospitalist needs to know, Practical review of direct oral anticoagulants and reversal agents, Controversies in the new community-acquired pneumonia guidelines, New pharmacotherapies for opioid addiction, Practice-changing recommendations for supplemental and high-flow O, Pearls for improving laboratory interpretation: liver, hematology, and electrolytes, Practical approaches to ß-lactam allergy: what to do when there is no allergist, Case-based review of antibiotics, and culture and sensitivity interpretation, New FDA approvals for bleeding, liver disease, influenza, acute pain, and more, Hypercoagulability: diagnosis, treatment, and prophylaxis, PPE and important lessons in infection control, Managing the critically ill patient with COVID-19, When to take patients off COVID-19 precautions, Interpreting procalcitonin and other biomarkers. Using multiple cases, Dr. Mackelaite discusses AKI in a way that is applicable to real life circumstances as well as boards. Past participants consistently report that this program has inspired and improved their practice of hospital medicine: "Simply the BEST Hospital Medicine CME I have attended. Dr. Shahab Ghafghazi presents "Valvular Heart Disease" and focuses mainly on aortic stenosis through various definitions and case reports. The CCU Red team serves as a mixed medical/surgical team, caring for patients with cardiogenic shock in need of mechanical support through devices such as Impella, pre- and post-VAD and pre- and post-heart transplant. This is a playlist of all of the currently published internal medicine lectures in one place. The ED Triage Senior helps facilitate the process of ED patients being admitted to the department of medicine, with a focus on “complex triage” (subspeciality vs general medicine; ICU vs floor), critical care management and consultative input on non-DOM patients. Dr. Said Chaaban presents Interstitial Lung Disease by discussing the historical and physical history as well as lung exams. After, he describes autoimmune hepatitis and finally, recognizes acute liver failure and which patients need urgent or emergent GI evaluation. Each team is comprised of two junior residents, one senior resident and an attending cardiologist. Overnight the patients on the unit are managed by two junior residents. ", "Literally every talk has made an impact on my clinical practice. Stephanie Seto, PharmD, was the first to volunteer. On Mass General’s Inpatient General Medicine Teaching Service there are two types of teams: Bigelow and Flex. After, she recognizes a "backwards approach" to writing case reports. Dr. Lina Mackelaite presents Acute Kidney Injury by discussing everything that causes AKI and how to treat it. In this presentation, Dr. Ryan Hurt discusses malnutrition by first describing the concept of nutritional risk in both hospital and ambulatory patients. Information for the 2021 program not yet available. The NWH ICU experience provides an opportunity to practice critical care in the community setting with a varied patient population compared to what is seen in the Mass General MICU. Dr. Bilal Jalil presents part one of three talks on Point of Care Ultrasound. Dr. Nancy Kubiak presents an Introduction to Writing Case Reports by first identifying a clinical case appropriate for presentation. Each senior resident spends two weeks as a general medical consultant for non-medicine services (psychiatry, orthopedics, surgery, OB/GYN, etc. After, she completes the Medical Orders for Scope and Treatment Form and then documents Advance Care Planning and the MOST form in the EHR. The junior resident supervises the care provided by the team and leads discussion and teaching on rounds. The General Hospital Corporation. Safe Care CommitmentGet the care you need even during COVID-19.Learn more. He then discusses the factors that affect oxygen delivery as well as the nasal cannula flow and Fi02 relationship. She does this through various cases as examples. Residents also gain diverse experiences in general medicine and critical care in both the emergency department and community hospital settings. ", "I feel like I mastered many of the challenging issues that I encounter on daily basis in the hospital setting. Get the care you need even during COVID-19. As the general medical service for a leading academic medical center, residents care for patients of high complexity and acuity, seeing the pathology of every organ system and delivering the best care to a socioeconomically and geographically diverse patient population. Overnight there is a teaching senior (see "Night Teach" below) and pulmonary/critical care intensivist to help with the care of acutely ill patients, supervise procedures and staff all new admissions. He then discusses management throughout the years and finally the remaining challenges. Dr. Christian Furman presents "Advance Care Planning and the Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment (MOST) Form" by first discussing its importance. Clinical education focuses around core experiences on the Inpatient General Medicine Teaching Service, with additional learning experiences in 3 inpatient subspeciality domains: pulmonary critical care, cardiology care and …