Kumar adds color to fellows’ education

Nobody has ever said that ultrasonography is child’s play. But can channeling our inner child help physicians-in-training learn how to use such a complicated device? Bharat Kumar, MD MME FACP RhMSUS, clinical assistant professor in Immunology and Associate Rheumatology Fellowship Program Director, has created a 150-page musculoskeletal sonoanatomy coloring book that substitutes long lists and bland […]

POCUS educators investigate ultrasound skills retention

Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) has proven to be an important tool for rapid bedside assessments and diagnoses. Basic POCUS image acquisition and interpretation skills have been integrated in the Internal Medicine Residency educational curriculum. The one-hour hands-on and didactic sessions occur every 10 weeks during the residents’ Y-week as it alternates with a longitudinal primary care […]

Training in GI takes many forms

Complicated and invasive procedures require the confidence that comes from experience. And that experience can only come from instruction and training that replicates as closely as possible what the clinician will actually encounter. In the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, multiple opportunities exist for this important work to occur. Sometimes this training happens with the […]