Our Med-Peds residents attend both categorical and Med-Peds conferences. 

Med-Peds Noon Conference

The joint educational component of the UM/JMH Med-Peds Program is the once weekly Med-Peds noon conference series. The Med-Peds noon conference curriculum is based on a two year rolling curriculum centered on core ambulatory and inpatient topics in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and unique to Med-Peds.  Speakers consist of faculty, residents and select fellows. Resident speakers may request guest attending facilitators.

Each academic period consists of four major categories of discussion (one per week):

  • Evidence-Based Guidelines
  • Ambulatory Medicine Topic
  • Interactive Case Discussion or Simulation
  • Evidence-Based Research Article

Med-Peds Clinic Conference Series

We are very excited to introduce a new clinic conference series to our curriculum.  This program utilizes the established Yale Office-Based Medicine curriculum and the Yale Primary Care Pediatrics curriculum to hone residents' knowledge and skills in ambulatory medicine.  Learners are assessed via pre- and post-tests to ensure we continually tailor the information to meet their needs.  Third and fourth year residents serve as co-facilitators along with our APD during these case-based discussions which provides our residents with yet another opportunity to develop their skills as physician educators.

Med-Peds Grand Rounds

In 2012, the Med-Peds program expanded resident academics with our quarterly interdisciplinary Med-Peds Grand Rounds lectures. These CME accredited lectures are global health focused as a core part of our global health track curriculum or Med-Peds specific with topics such as Transitional Care, Care of the family. They intended audience includes categorical faculty and residents, medical students as well as students and faculty from our Department of Epidemiology and Public Health.

Sample topics and speakers include:

Gender Violence in Humanitarian Crises
Kirsten Johnson, MD, MPH
Faculty of Medicine, McGill University

Developing Health Systems in Low- and Middle- Income Countries
Ross I. Donaldson, MD, MPH, CTropMed, FACEP
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of California Los Angeles Harbor Medical Center
Director, Global Health Program and Fellowship

An App A Day: Global Health in a Connected World
Dhruv S. Kazi, MD, Msc, MS
Assistant Professor, Division of Cardiology and Dept. of Epi and Biostats
University of California San Diego

Haitian Health Professionals and the Global Health Movement
Pierre Minn, MA, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Joint Program in Medical Anthropology
University of California San Francisco and University of California Berkley

Closing the Cancer Divide: Challenges and Opportunities
Felicia Marie Knaul, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences at the Miller School of Medicine
Director, Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas

Health professionals for the 21st Century: Leading the Educational Revolution
Julio Frenk, MD, MPH, Ph.D.
President, University of Miami
Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences at the Miller School of Medicine

The World Bank Through the eyes of a Longtime US Public Health Person
Donald Shriber, JD, MPH
Associate Director for Global Health Development
Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Integrated Healthcare Delivery in Northern Togo: Improving Quality and Access Through Partnerships
Kevin Fiori, MD, MPH
Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Hope Through Health
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics & Family and Social Medicine
Director, Global Health Program
Albert Einstein School of Medicine and The Children's Hospital at Montefiore

Addressing Cancer Disparity in Little Haiti: What is Local is Global
Erin Kobetz, Ph.D., MPH
Associate Director for Population Science and Cancer Disparity
Senior Associate Dean for Health Disparities
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine