Chief Resident Immersion Training (CRIT)
The Geriatrics Program at Yale Invites Chief Residents from all adult specialties and their families for a two day program at the Water's Edge in Westbrook, CT. The curriculum is designed to enhance chief resident's ability to train their residents in care of older individuals. Based on a successful program at Boston University, CRIT uses a case-based, featuring individual discussion and participation by chief residents.
Below are a few pictures from our June, 2013, CRIT Retreat.
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- Breaking out into small groups
- Dr. Chandrika Kumar leads a small group during a breakout session.
- Dr. Ronnie Rosenthal speaks to the group on "Frailty in Medical and Surgical Patients".
- Guest Speaker, Dr. Jennifer Kapo, Chief of Palliative Medicine.
- Dr. Juan Torres-Reveron discusses the patient case with Dr. John Moriarty, Internal Medicine Associate Residency Director.
- Dr. Lisa Walke, Co-Director of CRIT and Associate Director of the Yale Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine.
- Residents and their families join the Faculty and their families for dinner on the Essex Dinner Train.
- Residents enjoy a view of Gillette Castle as the dinner train makes its way up the Connecticut River.
- Dr. Richard Marottoli addresses the group on "Assessing the Cares and Needs of Older Individuals".
- Dr. Cooney, Director of the CRIT Program, speaks on Transitions of Care with Dr. Ann Datunashvili.
- CRIT 2013 Faculty and Attendees. Water's Edge Resort, Westbrook, CT
- One of our youngest attendees wishes you a safe trip home.