University of Louisville Graduate Medical Education now includes more than 60 residency and fellowship programs in more than 10 urban and rural hospitals and clinics.
The Office of Graduate Medical Education supports an innovative non-clinical curriculum. The Professional Practitioner is a 3-part non-clinical curriculum for residents in all specialties, designed to instruct them in three important areas.
- Residents as Teachers, offered to PGY1s and other new residents, is offered 4 times each spring.
- Residents & Scholarly Activity (PGY1s and/or PGY2s), is offered in both the spring and fall.
- Residents in Business is offered 3 times in May preceding residents’ final year and includes a job fair.
- The 2017 Non-Clinical Course Schedule
GME Research Team
The Graduate Medical Education Research Team is available to support faculty, fellows, and residents with the design and methodology for studies involving curriculum design, materials evaluation, and patient education. The team can also assist with survey instrument design and quantitative and qualitative analysis.