Conferences & Grand Rounds

Unless otherwise noted, all conferences will be held at the following times & locations:

Wednesday Morning Curriculum Conference:

Wednesdays, 7 - 8 am
Renzetti Conference Room on the 7th Floor of the Wintrobe Building

Our curriculum conference is conducted every Wednesday morning over breakfast. A series of talks covering topics integral to the practice of P&CCM is developed by fellows and program leadership. During the three years of fellowship training, a fellow will be exposed to major topics pertinent to the practice of P&CCM at least once. Both fellows and faculty members from within the division and outside experts present topics. This conference is intended to improve the day-to-day practice of the fellows, prepare fellows for board certification and enhance presentation and educational skills.

Fellows' Conferences:

Wednesdays, 8 - 9 am
Renzetti Conference Room on the 7th Floor of the Wintrobe Building

This conference is held from 5-6 pm on Thursdays and rotates monthly through four formats designed to meet the educational needs of P&CCM fellows in training. The subjects covered are: Science of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Morbidity & Mortality conferences, journal clubs, and clinical series.

Research in Progress:

Thursdays, 3 - 4 pm
Renzetti Conference Room on the 7th Floor of the Wintrobe Building

The division research conference is held weekly every Wednesday morning. It provides an opportunity for faculty and fellows to share ongoing research activities. This conference provides an opportunity for first year fellows to become familiar with the types of projects being done by other fellows and faculty and research being conducted at the University of Utah, outside the division that are of interest to P&CCM physicians.

Pulmonary Grand Rounds:

Thursdays, 4 - 5 pm
Renzetti Conference Room on the 7th Floor of the Wintrobe Building

PGR is a one-hour conference on Thursday afternoons where educational cases pertaining to the practice of P&CCM are presented. Audience discussion pertaining to the diagnosis and management of the case is encouraged. A brief lecture concerning the relevant teaching points of the case is then presented. PGR is intended to improve clinical decision-making and fund of knowledge of trainees and serve as continuing education for attending physicians. 

 

summer physiology series

Summer Physiology Series

Fellows' Ski Day