Internal Medicine Resident Curriculum

The Department of Medicine Quality Improvement (QI) and Patient Safety curriculum for residents is intended to prepare physicians to incorporate QI, patient safety, and high value care concepts into their current and future clinical care.

The curriculum is divided across the three years of the residency program. The curriculum is taught as a small group seminar and as mentored, experiential learning. Residents work in small groups to learn fundamental concepts in QI, patient safety, and high value care, design and conduct projects that support these concepts, and present their work in local or regional venues. Browse our Resident QI Curriculum Syllabus.

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