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Resources for Internal Medicine Residents

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Internal Medicine Scholarly Activity

Samier Deen DO, Paul Gilbert MD, Kush Agrawal MD, Abby Borhan MD. “Quadri‐chamber thrombi and impending paradoxical embolism: Thrombus in transit through patent foramen ovale” JACC Case Rep. 2024 Jan 30;29(5):102226. Link to article.
Seema Jain, MD.  "The intersection of childcare and health among women at a U.S. safety-net health system during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative study" Health Equity. 2024 Jan;8(1):32‐38. Link to article.
Dania A Shah MD, Rustan Sharer MD, Dana Sall MD, Alethea Turner DO, Dmitry Bisk MD, Wesley Peng, Benjamin Gifford DO, Priya Radhakrishnan MD. "Racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic differences in primary care no-show risk with telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic". J Gen Intern Med. 2023 Sep;38(12):2734-2741. Link to article.


Have you tried JAMAevidence?  

JAMAevidence is an online medical resource designed to support the teaching, learning and application of evidence-based medicine by honing your ability to identify, appraise, and use the best available evidence to assess health problems and the outcomes of health care. Included are textbooks, education guides, calculators, critical appraisal and information cycle worksheets, and more...

NOTE: Most resources are available off campus. To access additional features, a free MyAccess login is required.   Sign up here. 

essential eBooks

exam prep and review

Residents have access to a variety of exam prep materials in our electronic and print collection. We have print MKSAP sets and other study guides and textbooks. AccessMedicine is a comprehensive resource for self-assessment. It incorporates a variety of study modalities, such as case-based board review, quizzes and flashcards based on textbooks and basic topics, an extensive multimedia library of procedural videos and lectures, and more.

      Our EBSCO books collection also offers review books for various specialties. Reach out to a librarian for more information.

NOTE: Most resources are available off campus. To access the Study Tools Menu items, a free MyAccess login is required.   Sign up here 


IHI QI and Patient Safety

Boost your QI and Patient Safety Knowledge and Skills!

Sign up and use HonorHealth's Academic Affairs' IHI Open School subscription* to access multimedia courses designed to improve patient care, patient safety, and patient outcomes. Take individual modules in quality improvement, patient safety, system design, leadership, or population management OR earn the 13 course Certificate in Quality and Safety.

*Residents and Fellows need to create an account.


Where to start?

  • Get excited! - the power of quality improvement with a short video by Dr. Mike Evans.
  • PS 105: Responding to Adverse Events.  Patient Safety course.  Using a patient-centered approach, you will learn about the 4 steps to take following an adverse event, how to communicate bad news & apologies, and understand how adverse events affect providers. *Requires residents/fellows to create account.
  • What Happened to Josie?  Video. Case study of avoidable patient harm
  • The Patent and the Anesthesiologist.  Videos.  Case study highlights clinician response to medical errors, how medical errors affect both patients & clinicians, and behaviors clinicians should practice when apologizing to patients.

(Having problems with login? contact Deb Schneider: or 480-323-3870)

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