Division of General internal medicine & geriatrics

Hospitalist Curriculum

  ACGME Core Competencies

  Hospital Medicine Curriculum 

  Note: * = Presentation Revised 2014, 2015

  1. ABG’s
  2. Abstracts and Poster Presentations
  3. Acute Asthma*
  4. Acute Coronary Syndrome
  5. Acute COPD Exacerbation
  6. Acute Kidney Injury*
  7. Acute Liver Failure
  8. Acute Lower GI Bleeding*
  9. Acute Pancreatitis
  10. Alcohol Withdrawal*
  11. Anemia
  12. Arthrocentesis
  13. C Diff Colitis*
  14. Central Line Placement
  15. Chest X Ray Interpretation
  16. Chronic Critical Illness
  17. Coding and Documentation
  18. Community Acquired Pneumonia*
  19. Congestive Heart Failure*
  20. Cost Conscious Care
  21. CT/MRI Basics for Internists
  22. Cultural Competency
  23. Decompensated Cirrhosis
  24. Delirium*
  25. Diagnostic Decision Making  (How Do Experts Make Decisions?)
  26. Diagnostic Decision Making (How Can We Improve our own Decision Making?)
  27. DKA HSS*
  28. DVT Prophylaxis in Medical Patients*
  29. DVT Prophylaxis in Orthopedic Patients
  30. ECT Consults
  31. Evidence Based Medicine (What is EBM?)
  32. Family Conferences
  33. Hospital Acquired Infections
  34. HAP - HCAP *
  35. Hospitalist as Consultant
  36. Hypertensive Emergency
  37. Hypoxia
  38. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  39. Line Infections
  40. Lumbar Puncture
  41. Managing Conflict in the Patient Care Setting
  42. Pain Management
  43. Paracentisis
  44. Patient Handoffs
  45. Perioperative Medicine and Consultative Medicine*
  46. Perioperative Medicine Beyond Cardiac Clearance
  47. Pressure Ulcers
  48. Quality Improvement - Rapid Cycle PI 2013
  49. Quality-Process Improvement - 2014
  50. Rashes
  51. Sepsis
  52. Sickle Cell Pain Crisis and Acute Chest Syndrome*
  53. Skin and Soft Tissue Infections
  54. Stroke
  55. Syncope
  56. Team Approach and Multidisciplinary Care
  57. Thoracentesis
  58. Transfusions in Sickle Cell Disease
  59. Upper GI Bleed*
  60. Urinary Tract Infections (Definition and Diagnosis) 
  61. Urinary Tract Infections (Treatment and Prevention)
 
 
 

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