Our Curriculum is an important document that defines the educational goals of our Fellowship Training Program and is intended to clarify the learning objectives for all rotations. Our program requirements are based on the ACGME standards for categorical training in Internal Medicine and the ACGME Subspecialty requirements of Cardiology .
This is a document that will change over time and is developed based on the following principles:
It is our hope that our fellows will continually exhibit intellectual curiosity and that they will bring that style of practice to their patient care. This is best accomplished by being well trained in practice-based learning.
It is difficult to convey in a Curriculum our very high standard of professionalism and ethical conduct that we model and expect from all of our fellows.
Graduate medical education by nature involves a great deal or self-directed learning. Our hope is that the Curriculum will serve as a helpful template to guide learning and clinical maturation throughout all years of training.Our electronic evaluation system is intended to reflect on a timely basis fair evaluations of the residents' performance. MedHub also allows us to clearly track development in all of the 6 core competencies. Fellows are expected to meet minimum standards in the 6 core competencies and are strongly encouraged to develop excellence in all of these