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.

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Cardiothoracic Surgery Bootcamp ECMO Cannulation Course

During this course, Cardiothoracic Surgery Residents and Fellows will review the anatomy, principles, and techniques of cannulation during cardiac procedures requiring cardiopulmonary bypass.

Cardiothoracic Surgery Bootcamp FLS and Bronchoscopy Course

During this course, Cardiothoracic residents and fellows will practice FLS and Bronchoscopy skills.

Cardiothoracic Surgery Bootcamp Philosophy, CRM, and Team Building Course

This course will introduce Cardiothoracic residents to the concepts of crisis resource management and the importance of team building.

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 …

Interventional Cardiology PCI Course

During this course, participants will learn how to manage PCI scenarios.

Renal Fellows Orientation

This course reviews native kidney USG imaging without biopsy procedure, central line insertion technique, and sterile technique.

Urology Residency Bootcamp

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.