Yale Primary Care Pediatrics Curriculum Bibliography:

  • Talwalkar JS, Satcher D, Turner TL, Sisson SD, Fenick AM. Use of extramural ambulatory care curricula among pediatrics, internal medicine, and med-peds programs. Society of General Internal Medicine, National Meeting. San Diego, CA. May 2014.

  • Talwalkar JS, Satcher D, Turner TL, Sisson SD, Fenick AM. Use of extramural ambulatory care curricula among pediatrics, internal medicine, and med-peds programs. Pediatric Academic Society, National Meeting. Washington, DC. May 2013.

  • Talwalkar JS, Satcher D, Turner TL, Sisson SD, Fenick AM. Use of extramural ambulatory care curricula among pediatrics, internal medicine, and med-peds programs. Med-Peds Program Directors Association, National Meeting. Nashville, TN. April 2013.

  • Talwalkar JS, Fenick AM, Windish DM. Assessing implementation of a pediatric teaching resource. Pediatric Academic Society, National Meeting. Boston, MA. May 2012.

  • Talwalkar JS, Fenick AM. Evaluation of a case-based primary care pediatric conference curriculum. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2011;3(2): 224-231.

  • Talwalkar JS, Fenick AM. Impact of an outpatient curriculum for combined Medicine/Pediatrics residents. Med-Peds Program Directors Association, National Meeting. Baltimore, MD. April 2010.

  • Talwalkar JS, Fenick AM. Impact of an outpatient curriculum for combined Medicine/Pediatrics residents. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2008;23(s2): 202.

  • Talwalkar JS, Fenick AM. Impact on residents of a case-centered curriculum in pediatric ambulatory care. Pediatric Academic Society, National Meeting. Honolulu, HI. May 2008.

  • Talwalkar JS, Fenick AM. Impact of an outpatient curriculum for combined Medicine/Pediatrics residents. Society of General Internal Medicine, National Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. April 2008.

  • Talwalkar JS, Fenick AM. A case-based pre-clinic conference curriculum for combined Medicine/Pediatrics residents. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2007;22(s1): 170.

  • Talwalkar JS, Fenick AM. Impact of a case-centered curriculum in pediatric ambulatory care on residents' satisfaction, participation, and confidence. Pediatric Academic Society, National Meeting. Toronto, ON. May 2007.

  • Talwalkar JS, Fenick AM. A case-based pre-clinic conference curriculum for combined Medicine/Pediatrics residents. Society of General Internal Medicine, National Meeting, Toronto, ON. April 2007.