Left to Right: Morgan Schoer, MD, Nathan Bekele, MD & Alexis Bayudan, MD
Left to Right: Morgan Schoer, MD, Nathan Bekele, MD & Alexis Bayudan, MD

Ambulatory Didactics

Our ambulatory education model includes a 3-year curriculum targeted to the learning level of our residents. We use active-learning strategies, including problem-based learning, case-based learning, discussion, debate and retrieval practice exercises, to prepare residents to provide the best care for their patients and to succeed on their board examinations. In addition to working on clinical knowledge, this curriculum helps residents to develop knowledge and life-long skills in:

  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • High-value care
  • Patient-centered care
  • Health Disparities
  • Population Health
  • Personal Wellness
  • Career Development

Residents experience this curriculum with the same peers throughout the year, which allows a comfortable learning environment & development of a team mentality for learning. We believe that classroom education must reinforce what happens in the clinical space and structure and evaluate our curriculum with this aim in mind.