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INTERNAL MEDICINE

Resident PORTAL

IMIowa Chief's Portal

Welcome

Distance learning has become an emphasis for programs around the country.

At Iowa, we actively strive to engage our residents with innovative ways to improve their education. Over the last year, we updated our resident hub to increase functionality, accessibility, and evolve more content. The chief website serves as a portal to host video recordings of all of our noon conferences since 2016, board review sessions, and morning reports. It also serves as a platform for us to both create and distribute content in a way that allows maximum flexibility, increased engagement with our curriculum, and enhanced access to all of the resources that we offer as a program. Our goal is to highlight not only our educational opportunities and copious resources, but all the contributions and accomplishments of the residents.

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  • Continuity
    on December 3, 2021

    And then it was December. I do not think I am alone in wondering just where January went, let alone the rest of 2021. As the first rounds of vaccination against COVID-19 began almost exactly a year ago, the momentum we all felt encountered stiff headwinds early on and blew much of the rest of

  • Stoltz named Pulmonary Division Director
    on December 3, 2021

    The message below was sent to the Department of Internal Medicine earlier today. I have the great pleasure to announce that David A. Stoltz, MD, PhD, has been named Director of the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Occupational Medicine, effective December 1. We are grateful for the 11 years of leadership that his predecessor,