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Internal Medicine - Infectious Diseases
Learning Objectives:
The Infectious Diseases rotation is designed to provide the trainee an educational experience in the common
infectious problems experienced by patients. An evidence-based approach to infectious disease problems is stressed
through one on one teaching by the infectious diseases faculty, through small group tutorials/discussions, Journal
Clubs, and the weekly Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds. At the conclusion of this rotation, you will have the ability
1. Obtain a detailed history focusing on issues that pertain to infection acquisition, transmission, and treatment.
2. Perform a detailed physical examination focusing on issues pertinent to infection.
3. Plan an approach to the differential diagnosis, investigation and management of the patient with an infectious
For further information /inquiries about the above program please contact:
Marie Field, Education Coordinator
Phone: 787-8624
Email: [email protected]