- Go to www.peaconline.org, select “register” and “internal medicine curriculum”, and follow the prompts. Once you have access to the site, you can begin working on the curriculum.
- HTN, DM, hip/knee, lipids, immunizations 1, immunizations 2, cancer screening, dementia, CKD
PGY-2 and PGY-3 Modules
- GERD, preop, acid/base, rheum: joint pain, osteoporosis, thyroid, dizziness, headaches, alcoholism, dermatitis, anxiety, ophtho, obesity, back pain, anemia, URIs, smoking, asthma diagnosis, asthma management, addiction, depression, CAP, HIV pt 1, HIV pt 2, gynecology, menopause, LGBTQ+ care, contraception, gout, substance use disorders
Hopkins Module Policy
- For PGY1s, the assigned module is to be completed during the ambulatory block and prior to scheduled discussion (Thursday AM).
- Starting Aug 2023, senior residents are given time during the week instead of Friday morning lecture to complete Hopkins modules on their own.
- Current PGY-3s (2023/24 academic year) will be required to complete a total of 33 modules by the end of residency (the 9 PGY-1 modules above plus 24 modules chosen from the PGY-2/3 list)
- In order to ensure residents are completing Hopkins modules in a timely manner rather than waiting until the end of residency, we will track progress and potentially limit ESP opportunities for those residents who are not on track.
- Completion of all assigned modules is required for graduation.
- Timeline to stay on track for full module completion:
- 9 completed by May of PGY1
- 16 completed by Nov of PGY2
- 24 completed by May of PGY2
- 31 completed by Nov of PGY3 (28 for class of 2024)
- 39 completed by end of PGY3 (33 for class of 2024)