Medical College of Wisconsin General Internal Medicine Primary Care Education
Residents in the General Internal Medicine Clinic
Sixteenth Street Community Center Partnership
Primary Care Educational Events
GIM Seminars and Grand RoundsThe GIM seminar series offers a high-yield session that is meant to support the professional development of all GIM faculty. It provides early and mid-career faculty a platform to participate and present at these sessions and to earn CME credits.
These are scheduled for the 1st& 3rd Friday of the month from 12:00-1:00 PM.
Learning Academy Lecture SeriesPresenters discuss their innovative work experience and provide tips and suggestions for success. The idea behind the CME accredited learning academy is to approach a topic in a way that is accessible to everyone who is interested irrespective of pre-existing skill level. These are monthly sessions with the total number of sessions being anywhere between 3 and 8. The overall goal is to create session series addressing med-ed, quality, research, and community engagement topics that are of interest to members of the division.
The series occurs once or twice a month on a Tuesday from 12:00-1:00 PM.
Dr. Jha is tasked with optimizing the Academic/Educational Programs and activities in alignment with Divisional and Departmental strategic goals and in partnership with GIM’s leadership team. Dr. Jha is responsible for the oversight of academic productivity of the faculty and trainees in the division and ensuring even stronger contribution to the academic mission of MCW.