Yale Office-Based Medicine Curriculum

Welcome to the electronic version of the Yale Office-Based Medicine Curriculum. Currently, the Yale Office-based Medicine Curriculum is used by more than 245 Internal Medicine, Nursing, Med-Peds, PA, and Family Medicine residency programs, medical schools, and individuals.

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The Office Based Curriculum is available to both individuals affiliated with Yale and external users. 

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In October 2018, Dr. Somava Stout, Vice President at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) and Executive Lead of 100 Million Healthier Lives, came to New Haven to serve as the Stephen J. Huot Visiting Professor in Primary Care, sponsored by the Yale Office-based Medicine Curriculum. 100 Million Healthier Lives brings together 1000+ partners in 28 countries to achieve transformation in health, wellbeing and equity, with an audacious aim: 100 million people thriving globally by 2020. She met with health professional students, residents, faculty, and leadership from clinical administration and population health. She presented the Stephen J. Huot Lecture in Primary Care for the Department of Medicine Grand Rounds.

We are pleased to share with you, the subscribers of the Yale Office-based Medicine Curriculum, Dr. Stout’s lecture entitled, “From Population Management to Population Health.”

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Research Funded by the YOBM Curriculum