CONFERENCES


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The following table lists the core conference schedule at both CRMC and the VA.  Most conferences are teleconferenced between the two hospitals.

 

 

 

VACCHCS

CRMC

Monday
Morning Report
Noon Conference (12-1pm)

 

Chief's Rounds (7am-8am)
Core Lecture

 

ICU morning report (8-9am)
Core Lecture

Tuesday
Grand Rounds (8-9am) Effective 9.11.12 Noon Conference (12-1pm)

 


Core Lecture

 


Core Lecture

Wednesday
Morning Report
Noon Conference (12-1pm)

EBM/Specialty Morning Report (7-8am)
UCSF Special Lecture Series              

Core Lecture

EBM/Specialty Morning Report (8-9am)
UCSF Special Lecture Series  

Core Lecture

Thursday
Morning Report
Noon Conference (12-1pm)

 

Chest Conference (7:30-8:30am)
Core Lecture

 

Chest Conference (7:30-8:30am)
Core Lecture

Friday
Morning Report
Noon Conference (12-1pm)

 

Resident’s Morning Report (7- 8am)            
Core Lecture

 

Chief's Rounds Core Lecture (8-9am)        

Core Lecture

 

 

Internal Medicine Grand Rounds:

 

Speakers are UCSF Fresno faculty and visiting professors presenting topics concerning their research and clinical interests with an important emphasis on evidence base medicine (EBM)

 

 

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Morning Teaching Conference:

 

Morning report is led by either the chief resident or an attending. Tuesday morning report is exclusively for interns and we cover basic topics related to the most common diseases; the first and third Wednesday of the month is the Resident Rounds, presented by either a second or third year resident and led by both chief residents and attending; the second and fourth Wednesday of the month is program director led the evidence based medicine (EBM) workshop.

Noon Conference:

 

Conferences are given by faculty members covering core internal medicine topics. Like COPD, asthma, pulmonary hypertension, acute coronary syndrome, ARDS, congestive heart failure, pulmonary embolism, diabetes, thyroid pathology, acute and chronic kidney disease, rheumatoid arthritis, SLE, and so forth. All the different topics include cases and interactive participation of the residents.

Outpatient Didactics:

 

In both VA and CRMC all residents are required to present a 30 minutes lecture about a topic related to ambulatory care. The conference is led by the intern/resident who is on clinic that month