Educational Conferences

Dr. Amit Khera presents lecture
Dr. Amit Khera lectures on cardiology

The UT Southwestern Internal Medicine Residency Training Program takes pride in a rich tradition of exceptional teaching both at the bedside and in the classroom. Opportunities for hands-on and didactic learning are available to residents almost every day. See details about each of our educational conferences below.

Monday Didactics

Monday afternoons during a resident’s +1 week are protected times where residents, as a Firm learn about important principles of ambulatory medicine. Faculty dedicated to medical education develop and deliver a curriculum that prepares residents to care for their personal panel of patients efficiently and effectively.

Noon Conference

At noon every weekday, residents attend Noon Conference where experts from various fields deliver lectures to residents on high-yield concepts in Internal Medicine. Lunch is provided at these conferences at all three hospital sites. Conference format vary from traditional didactic lectures to interactive Jeopardy-style review sessions. See below for descriptions of some of our Noon Conferences.

Medicine Core Lecture Series  
Clinicopathologic Conference 
Patient Safety and Quality Conference  
Medical Jeopardy  
Resident Update Conference  
Literature Battle  

Morning Report

Interesting cases admitted to resident teams are discussed with a focus on differential diagnosis, disease pathophysiology, and patient management.

Internal Medicine Grand Rounds

Sponsored by the Department of Internal Medicine, this weekly lecture series on Friday mornings features both internal and visiting experts, who address a broad range of topics.

Wellness Outings

Two to three times a year, the program treats each firm to an outing of their choice! Bowling, laser tag, and bubble soccer have been very popular. We hope to foster an inclusive environment whereby your co-residents become life-long friends.