General Internal Medicine
Welcome to the new Educational Resource Webpage of the Division of General Medicine!
Because this resource is as much yours as it is ours, your feedback is most welcome. We will certainly appreciate your suggestions on how to improve the content and format of this website.
Please allow us to walk you through the many features of this website:
Easy access to the Tuesday 8AM lectures conducted by GenMed faculty. Powerpoint presentations and links to full text sources provided. Updated weekly. (Disclaimer: not intended to discourage actual, (in the flesh) attendance in the large conference room)
Original articles culled thoughtfully from each of the Top 3 peer-reviewed Internal Medicine journals: The New England Journal of Medicine, The Journal of the American Medical Association and Annals of Internal Medicine. A convenient way of keeping abreast with the latest in medicine. Updated monthly.
A necessary skill for any internist, ECG interpretation is facilitated by Powerpoint presentations and links to useful websites. ECG of the week is also featured.
An interesting clinical image is used as a vehicle for a teaching case. Contributions from house staff and students strongly encouraged. Updated monthly.
A compilation of evidence based guidelines proposed by top societies that establish standards of care for common medical conditions. Updated as needed.
Full text links to the above. Updated bimonthly.
Useful articles covering the basics of statistics.
Easy access to educational websites covering topics ranging from basic physical exam techniques to cardiac auscultation and chest-x- ray interpretation.
Links to key materials, such as Admisison Order Sets and Pocket Guides, to help physicians deliver top quality evidence-based patient care.
Playing Medical Jeopardy is a great way to test your medical knowledge and have fun with your colleagues. Updated monthly.
To whom much is given, much is expected in return. As medical professionals, we need to be aware that we are called not only to do patient care but to contribute meaningfully to medical science. Residents and students, in particular, should strive to publish at least one case report during training that can potentially bolster their academic record as well as the body of medical evidence. In this section you will find practical Power Point presentations that will guide you through each step of the process and other helpful pieces of literature. Furthermore, you are welcome to approach us for advice and other tips. Also included are useful articles on how to write case reports, research papers and reviews.