GME Educational Opportunities
There are numerous resources for learning and development in the UCSF School of Medicine for residents, clinical fellows, faculty and program administration.
GME Grand Rounds
The Office of Graduate Medical Education sponsors monthly Grand Rounds for residents and clinical fellow. All trainees are encouraged to attend. Please visit GME's Grand Round web-page here: GME Grand Rounds
The GME Pathways Program is a multi-disciplinary, inter-professional program open to residents and fellows at every level. The program supports the pursuit of inquiry and innovation in the career of every health professional trained at UCSF. Pathways trainees are provided with a mentoring community and opportunities to explore academic disciplines through a scholarly project. In some pathways, trainees may earn a certificate or credits towards an advanced degree. Please contact Dr. Erick Hung at [email protected]sf.edu for more information on the GME Pathways Program.
The GME College is a forum for residents, fellows, health professions learners, and faculty to learn about core topics in graduate medical education. The GME College serves not only as a curriculum in and of itself but also as an opportunity to observe model curricula in action and to discuss with content and curricular experts ways to adopt, build, and adapt curricula into training programs. Please contact Suria Sadat at [email protected] for information on the GME College schedule or visit our GME Calendar and Events Page
UCSF New Resident and Clinical Fellow Orientation
All new to UCSF residents and clinical fellows must attend one of the 3 orientations dates. To learn more about information presented at the 2019 GME New Trainee Orientation please email [email protected]
Orientation Day 1: TBA
Orientation Day 2: TBA
Orientation Day 3: TBA
Make-Up Orientation: TBA