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, equitable care, create sustainable change, and improve patient outcomes.
- Through education, advocacy, and community engagement, empower residents to be agents of change, advocating for policies and practices that prioritize health equity and promote the well-being of all patients and communities.
- Create and support a culture of wellness, resiliency, and inclusivity among residents and faculty.