Institutional Curriculum 2016-11-16T12:17:15+00:00

Institutional Curriculum

IPM- Introduction to the Practice of Medicine

Introduction to the Practice of Medicine (IPM) educational series is designed to complement and reinforce what is being taught in the patient setting and didactic curriculums in your training programs. IPM addresses the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) competency requirements which call for programs to integrate the following competencies into their curriculum:

  • Patient Care
  • Medical Knowledge
  • Practice-based Learning and Improvement
  • Interpersonal and Communication Skills
  • Professionalism
  • Systems-based Practice

Each IPM online course has a post test, course evaluation and certificate of completion for users who successfully complete the course requirements.

Grade A- All Housestaff, Grade A online courses are required by the institution to be complete prior to starting Harbor training.

  • Interpersonal Communication Skills:
    • Resident Intimidation- 22 minutes
  • Patient Care:
    • Do’s and Don’ts When Dealing with Difficult Patients- 54 minutes
  • Patient Safety:
    • Further Steps to Prevent Patient Harm-18 minutes
    • Identifying Medical Error- 28 minutes
    • National Patient Safety Goals- 43 minutes
  • Professionalism:
    • Confidentiality- 45 minutes
    • Residents as Teacher- 37 minutes
    • Sleep Deprivation- 37 minutes
    • Cultural Competency in Healthcare- 18 minutes
  • Systems Based Practice:
    • Coding and Documentation for Resident Physicians- Part 1- 23 minutes
    • Coding and Documentation for Resident Physicians- Part 2- 30 minutes
    • Medical Record Documentation-It’s Impact on Patient Care Communications and Reimbursement and Compliance-48 minutes

Grade B- Residents will have within 24 months of their residency training to complete the Grade B required courses. If the Residency/Internship is only 12 months the Grade B courses are required to be complete within the 12 months of training. Managed by Program Directors/Coordinators.

  • Compliance:
    • Conflict of Interest Issues- 29 minutes
    • Fraud and Abuse Regulatory Overview- 60 minutes
    • Understanding Clinical Trials- 25 minutes
  • Interpersonal Communication Skills:
    • Thriving Through Residency-The Resilient Resident- 60 minutes
  • Patient Care:
    • End of Life Myths- 26 minutes
  • Practice Based Learning and Improvement:
    • Health Care Quality-Measuring Physician Performance- 19 minutes
  • Professionalism:
    • Physician Employment Contracts- What You Need to Know- 52 minutes
  • Systems Based Practice:
    • Medicare/Medicaid 101- 39 minutes

Grade BF- Fellows will have within 24 months of their fellowship training to complete the Grade BF required courses.If the fellowship is only 12 months the Grade BF courses are required to be complete within the 12 months of training. Managed by Program Directors/Coordinators.

  • Compliance:
    • Conflict of Interest Issues- 29 minutes
    • Fraud and Abuse Regulatory Overview- 60 minutes
  • Professionalism:
    • Physician Employment Contracts- What You Need to Know- 52 minutes
  • Systems Based Practice:
    • Anatomy of the Litigation Process- 31 minutes
    • Medical Liability Insurance: Protection for Your Practice Journey-34 minutes

NOTE: Please contact your Program Coordinator if you are locked out of a course.

Click here to access the IPM Competency Training and Education website.

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