Category: Yale Combined Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Program

The Yale Combined Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Program engages residents to become wise, compassionate physicians in a supportive, collegial environment. Founded in 1998, the program is integrated within both Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, yet also maintains a unique identity unto itself. This balance – a small, collegial program within two comprehensive departments – fosters a high quality, person-focused educational experience with a distinct energy.

This podcast features our noon conference conversations from celebrated Yale faculty and Yale med-peds alumni who are making significant contributions in their field. Enjoy.

Apolipoprotein A and reverse cascade cardiac prevention: a quality improvement project

Apolipoprotein A and reverse cascade cardiac prevention: a quality improvement project

Dr. Joshua Hyman, MD, PGY-2, Yale Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program, prepared at Harvard College and Yale Medical School prior to his residency. This noon conference describes the latest updates in cardiovascular screening and its application in an innovative hot-spotting project in the med-peds continuity clinic.

Global health, chronic disease, and building a research career – perspectives from a med-peds trained physician

Global health, chronic disease, and building a research career – perspectives from a med-peds trained physician

Dr. Jeremy Schwartz, Associate Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology, Yale School of Medicine, is a 2010 graduate Yale Med-Peds program who has designed an exciting career as researcher, educator, and clinician, with a special focus on chronic disease in the developing world.