Graduate Medical Education
Interns, residents and fellows training at Brigham and Women's Hospital and it’s affiliates participate in variety of training courses as they progress through their training. Course focus on both the technical and non-technical skills necessary for the chosen discipline. Many sessions focus on high-acuity, low frequency events that prepare trainees for events in the clinical setting.
Central Venous Catheter Training Course
This session is designed to give clinicians hands-on experience placing ultrasound guided internal jugular and subclavian catheters. Learners will first be introduced to the central line placement kits available in the hospital and instructed on proper sterile technique. A brief …
Surgery Residency Endoscopy/Colonoscopy Course
The Surgery Residency Endoscopy/Colonoscopy Course will increase surgical resident's knowledge and understanding of the principles, practices and techniques of performing Upper and Lower endoscopic procedures, indications, complications and scope troubleshooting.
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This course is designed to provide emergency medicine residents with practical learning and discussion opportunities around managing acute abdominal emergencies that they might encounter in the emergency department.
Internal Medicine Residency MSK Lower Extremity Exam and Injections Course
This course is designed to provide junior and senior internal medicine residents with the information about the common lower extremity joint complaints seen in the primary care setting. Residents will practice the key physical exam skills necessary to examine the …
Internal Medicine Residency MSK Upper Extremity Exam and Joint Injection
This course is designed to provide junior and senior internal medicine residents with the information about the common upper extremity joint complaints seen in the primary care setting. Residents will practice the key physical exam skills necessary to examine the …
Urology Boot Camp
This course will introduce residents to common urological issues encountered as a PGY2 Urology resident. The format includes didactic teaching regarding common consults and emergencies, and also teaching technical skills associated with these medical conditions.