Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) – This is the accreditation body for allopathic training.
Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) –
Please click the IHI link to access their Certificate Program. Courses are 1-2 hours, and are broken into 15-20 minute sessions.
An off-site database that handles our Resident Survey and contains information on all the residency programs.
L.I.F.E. Curriculum – A program for Learning to Address Impairment and Fatigue to Enhance Patient Safety
LIFE Curriculum is a case-based educational program designed to help educate residents and faculty to prevent, identify, and manage resident fatigue and impairment.
This program educates residents and faculty about the effects of fatigue and other common impairments on performance. It is designed to identify strategies that may prevent fatigue and impairment; provide an early warning system for impairments, and offer ways to help manage them effectively.
Residents are encouraged to complete the modules on Disc 1. Disc 2 is also recommended.. Program Coordinators are able to assist residents in this process. A direct link to Disc 1 is: http://med.stanford.edu/gme/duke_life/
PEERS Day Presentations: (Providing Educational Experiences for Residents and Students)
Teaching Students in Patient Care
Work-Life Balance presentation by Tony Avellino, MD