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Internal Medicine Residency Conferences

Bedside Rounds on Inpatient Medicine “B” Service

Week 1

  • Monday: Internal Medicine Clinic Meeting
  • Tuesday: Subspeciality Conference
  • Wednesday: Journal Club
  • Thursday: Housestaff Business Meeting (IM/FM)
  • Friday: Great Cases Grand Rounds

Week 2

  • Monday: Board Review
  • Tuesday: Subspeciality Conference
  • Wednesday: Journal Club
  • Thursday: Schwartz Center Rounds (Ethics)
  • Friday: Medical Grand Rounds (UNC-CH) / Case Presentations

Week 3

  • Monday:
  • Tuesday: Infectious Diseases Case Conference
  • Wednesday: Clinical Cancer Conference / Journal Club
  • Thursday: Pulmonary
  • Friday: Medical Grand Rounds / Resident-Faculty Lunch Meeting

Week 4

  • Monday: Subspeciality Conference
  • Tuesday: Subspeciality Conference
  • Wednesday: Subspeciality Conference
  • Thursday: HIV Conference
  • Friday: Medical Grand Rounds (UNC-CH) / Case Presentations

Morning ReportMorning Report Conferences are held between 8 to 8:30am two or three times a week.  Residents present a recent inpatient or outpatient case and discuss diagnostic dilemmas, management decisions, and unique cases.

Subspecialty Conference topics rotate throughout the academic year.

  • Pulmonary
  • Cardiology
  • GI
  • Hematology/Oncology
  • Endocrinology
  • Nephrology
  • Geriatrics
  • Rheumatology
  • Phychiatry
  • PMTR
  • Neurology
  • Sports Medicine
  • Dermatology



UNC-Chapel Hill faculty from internal medicine disciplines present Medical Grand Rounds at Moses Cone Hospital twice a month and stay for case presentations with the housestaff.

Critical Care Conferences are held three times per week for the first three months of the academic year. Topics include (but are not limited to): GI Bleed, PE, Vent Management, Problem Lists, Coma, Code Status, Procedures, DKA, ARDS, Sepsis, Acute Renal Failure, Blood Gas Interpretation, Meningitis, Hemodynamic Monitoring and HTN Crisis.

Ambulatory Care Conferences: Morning report teaching conference Mondays-Thursdays during ambulatory block (OPC) rotation.