Teaching Conferences & Activities
General ward attending rounds, subspecialty
attending rounds, resident morning report, Chief
of Medicine rounds, noontime conferences, outpatient
teaching conferences, journal club, and many other
formal and informal teaching activities are held
regularly at each affiliated hospital. Many of these
teaching activities are used to present topics which
are part of our core curriculum in internal medicine,
since they are attended by residents from all pathways.
- Chairman's/Chief of Medicine Rounds
- Core Teaching Conference
A weekly series in which the same core
topics are presented simultaneously at each of the
Seattle training sites.
UWMC Monday, 12:30 – 1:30 PM, RR110
HMC Monday, 12:30 – 1:30 PM, R&T 117/121
VA Monday, 12 – 1 PM, 6B-109, Building 100
- Intern Report
Thursday, 11:30 – 12:30 PM
- Intern Teaching Conference
A case-based teaching series specifically designed
for Medicine R1s, held weekly from July to August.
These conferences, as well as the Resident Teaching
Conference, take place at a central location.
- Medical Grand Rounds
Held weekly at a central location.
- Morbidity and Mortality Conference
A conference held regularly at each facility.
- Morning Report
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00 am
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday 10 – 11 AM
- Senior Report
Tuesday, 7:30 am
- Patients, Physicians and Society
Wednesday, 9-11 am
- Wednesday Lunch Conference
A weekly conference held at each facility.
- Other Lunch Conferences
Wednesday and Friday
Courses & Workshops
In addition to the weekly conferences listed above,
there are many educational activities scheduled throughout
the academic year. These include:
- Resident As Teacher Course. A comprehensive course designed to prepare residents
for their roles as teachers and team managers.
- Evidence Based Medicine Course
- Board Review Course. A full-day
session held in the R2 year designed to help residents
prepare for board exams.
- Future Plans Workshops. A workshop
tailored to each training level that provides guidance
to residents as they are making educational and