We are dedicated to the teaching and career development of faculty, fellows, residents, and other graduate students. Listed below are various educational opportunities we offer and our education committee as well as information about our Hospital Medicine Fellowship Program and Resident Teaching Services.
The Hospital Medicine Program has regularly scheduled conferences including a bi-monthly journal club, a weekly hospitalist meeting and two weekly case conferences. Learn more.
The mission of the Hospital Medicine Education Committee is to provide an unparalleled learning experience in an optimal educational environment for learners of all levels. Learn more.
The Division of Hospital Medicine at the University of Michigan is among the few Divisions in the nation to offer a dedicated two-year research fellowship in the field of Hospital Medicine. It is built within the curriculum of the National Clinician Scholars Program at the U-M Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation. Learn more.
“JetPack”, a program created by the Division of Hospital Medicine, is a scholarship program aimed specifically at clinicians interested in quality improvement or operational efforts. The purpose of JetPack is to provide peer-to-peer mentoring within a resource rich environment to help mentees succeed. Learn more.
The Department of Internal Medicine has six inpatient General Medicine resident teams. Four of these teams are traditional General Medicine ward teams and include an attending, senior resident, two interns, and medical students in their third or fourth years of education. Members of the Division of Hospital Medicine staff 80% of all teaching teams at the University of Michigan and are highly regarded as teachers and educators on the inpatient service. Learn more.
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