Provide innovative and individualized training for the future leaders of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics to excel in their roles as clinicians, educators, advocates, scholars, and change-makers.
- Develop leaders and advocates in medicine who will be trained to provide high value, evidence-based care for all patients regardless of race, age, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation.
- Provide residents with broad exposure to a variety of subspecialty
fields in both Pediatrics and Internal Medicine, supporting individualized training tailored to the unique interests and career goals of each resident.
- Foster clinician-educators and provide ample opportunities to teach, design, and evaluate curricula.
- Provide early, comprehensive, and ongoing mentorship and coaching in the areas of career development, research, and scholarship.
- Recruit, retain, and support residents and faculty from diverse backgrounds and include training and education around
bias, race in medicine, and health equity.
- Emphasize the importance of quality improvement and patient safety in various clinical settings, and equip residents with the tools to identify barriers to high quality care, create sustainable change, and
improve patient outcomes.
- Create and support a culture of wellness and resiliency among residents and faculty.