Ambulatory Morning Report

Ambulatory Morning Report (AMR) is a 45-minute case-based teaching conference that occurs throughout the year for residents on ambulatory rotations. AMR is taught by a second or third-year resident and is precepted by one of our expert General Internist faculty. This conference is a highly interactive teaching session during which ATR facilitates a group discussion about a patient from their ambulatory practice and leads the group through critical clinical decision-making around diagnosis, treatment, or prognosis utilizing the most up to date evidence.

Ambulatory Didactics:

During ambulatory rotations, residents have an academic half-day each week specifically dedicated to ambulatory education. During these seminars, expert faculty from around the institution teach about topics in ambulatory medicine. Carefully developed curricula have been developed to ensure that major topics in ambulatory medicine, involving clinical medicine, risk management, the health care system, and professionalism are covered in-depth during the three years of training.

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