To address this imbalance between training and practice, the Yale Primary Care Program is committed to providing expanded and uncompromised ambulatory training. Innovative curricula ensure continuity of care with patients, continuous relationships with supervising faculty, diverse clinical settings, and experiential learning with graduated autonomy.
Morning report takes place Monday through Saturday at all inpatient training sites is an interactive case-based discussion led by the chief residents with guidance and participation by faculty. One report each week is specifically for interns and Saturday report is for all housestaff in the hospital.
Our residents obtain their inpatient education at both campuses of Yale New Haven Hospital; the York Street Campus and the Saint Raphael Campus. The inpatient rotations for our residents are organized to take advantage of the breadth and depth of clinical care provided across these campuses in alignment with the distribution of clinical programs, centers of excellence and faculty expertise.
The Distinction Pathways were created to foster resident interest and development in medical education, global health, research, and quality improvement.
The mission of the Yale Internal Medicine HIV Training Track is to provide necessary knowledge, attitude, and skills to future physicians who have a special interest in HIV medicine.