- Program Details
- Welcome from Program Director
- Program Overview - What Makes us Unique?
- Curriculum Overview/Rotations
- Educational Activities/Teaching Conferences
- Our Facilities
- Department Link
- Our Residents
- Resident Life
- Faculty & Research
- Applicant Information
The residency uses Blackboard, to provide one-stop shopping for residents and faculty to access materials 24/7 from any computer. This one-stop shopping online curriculum resource is host to presentations, handouts, journal articles and other rotation-based learning materials to support residents' education.
We also use Medhub, an online evaluation program, to do all evaluations of residents as well as resident evaluations of faculty and rotations. Resident feedback is an essential part of our program—we are always working to improve our program and meet the educational needs of our residents.
Miner Digital Library
Miner Library, the University of Rochester medical library located at the University of Rochester Medical Center, provides robust electronic resources for the medical community. Residents have full access to these resources, which include:
- Ovid Medline
- Pub Med Medline
- Stat Ref
- Up To Date
- Harrison’s online
- And many others!
Residents also have free access to bibliographic software including RefWorks and EndNote. Training for these and other resources is available in online tutorials or live sessions with library reference staff. A reference librarian provides hands-on training to Family Medicine residents at several times over the three years, including during the R1 community medicine rotation and the R3 journal club.