The Division of General Internal Medicine has developed an outstanding cohort of clinicians, teachers, and young educational leaders. The division is united in the mission of patient care and has enthusiastically accepted and embraced teaching and educational leadership roles. The majority of faculty members are clinical scholars whose academic activities involve scholarship related to clinical and educational activities.
- EDUCATION & TRAINING
- Research & Scholarship
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Faculty members in the Division of General Internal Medicine have established a strong presence as educators and educational leaders for both medical student and residency programs.
In addition, the Division of General Medicine is a leader in development of evidence-based medicine within the Medical School. Faculty educators have developed and delivered excellent faculty development workshops in applying and teaching evidence-based medicine.
A Critically Appraised Topic bank (CAT-bank) with a format similar to the ACP Journal Club has also been developed to which faculty, residents, and students contribute.
Research & Scholarship
Research and scholarship activities within the Division of General Internal Medicine are focused primarily in six topic areas:
- Healthcare utilization & health disparities
- Innovations in medical education
- Behavioral and psychosocial health and lifestyle change
- Substance use & tobacco control
- Optimizing clinical care and quality improvement
- Global Health
Our faculty use various methodological approaches to address important research, clinical, and educational questions, including behavioral clinical trials, observational studies, focus groups, and health informatics and “big data.”
Our division does not have an official observership program. If you are interested in an observership, shadowing, or volunteer opportunity with our division, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.