Interns and Residents receive training and experience in Geriatric Medicine through rotations in inpatient and outpatient settings. This education has been enhanced through the development of Evidence-based Medicine training and Chief Resident Immersion Training.
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Each year, interns as well as second and third year residents compete three weeks on the Geriatrics Inpatient Service, under the supervision of one of the Section of Geriatrics attending physicians. Residents and interns see patients in the clinical setting as well as in the home and in nursing homes. Primary care interns also participate in a specially designed outpatient rotation that includes faculty mentorship, home visits and participation in interdisciplinary primary care.
The Inpatient Times
The Inpatient Times: All the news that makes you more fit to treat. A publication of the Hospital Medicine Unit and the Department of Medicine.
The following articles, written by Section of Geriatrics fellows have been published in The Inpatient Times.
- Transitions of Care: How to Write a "Good" Discharge Summary by Kim Dodd, MD
- Dysphagia in the Elderly by Rebecca Stone, MD
- Communication - a key to great care: an illustrative case by Dan Oates, MD
- Establishing Goals of Care by Gurmohan Syali, MD
- Medicare Part D: Implications for Inpatient Care by David Kornetsky
- House Call Anyone? by Clare Wohlgemuth, APRN, BC
- Pain Management at the End of Life in the Elderly by Winnie Suen, MD
- Sleepless On Firm C by Jon Croopnick, MD and Lisa Caruso, MD, MPH
- The Inpatient Fall: Not just an Incident Report by Erica Bernstein, MD, MPH
- AMS: What is It? Delirium in the Elderly by Serena Chao, MD, MSc
- Tying Down the Elderly VS Restraint-Free Care by Ora Krairit, MD
- The Face of HIV is Getting Gray Hair by Cindy Cullinane, MD
- For the Intern, the Death Certificate Need Not Be Worse Than Death Itself by Dan Oates, MD, MSc