Now is the time to register, make travel arrangements, and book hotel rooms before the rush. Starting early means saving money: The deadline for early online registration—$100 savings—is February 2, 2015. Plus, hospitalists staying at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, the official headquarters hotel for HM15, can save another $100 off their registration… [Read More]
Career Dev » Annual Meeting
HM15 now has education sessions targeted to early-career hospitalists, trainees, and medical students. The sessions will take place March 30, 2015. Here are some of the planned sessions: Career Pathways in Hospital Medicine; How to Stand Out: Being the Best Applicant You Can Be; Getting to the Top of the Pile: Writing Your CV; Quality… [Read More]
For the first time, SHM’s annual meeting will feature a daylong track specifically designed for young hospitalists: medical students, residents, and hospitalists just starting their career. Darlene Tad-y, MD, chair of SHM’s Physicians in Training (PIT) Committee, explains why young hospitalists are so important to the future of the hospital medicine movement and outlines the… [Read More]
Dr. Ramiro Jervis and Dr. Umesh Gidwani urge hospitalists to experiment with checklists during the 7th annual Hospital Medicine Symposium in New York City.
Hospital Medicine 2013 offers expert speakers, 90 educational offerings, and networking with the best and brightest hospital medicine has to offer.
Hospital Medicine 2013 starts off with a day of learning and advocacy on Capitol Hill.
Dr. Wachter closed SHM’s 2013 annual meeting in National Harbor, MD, with a keynote address that identified cost and waste reduction as new planks of hospitalist’s value proposition.
From early-career hospitalists looking to gain hands-on experience with intraosseous lines to family-medicine trained physicians brushing up on ultrasound usage, the procedures’ pre-courses at SHM annual meetings receive rave reviews.
HM15 to be held at Gaylord National hotel in National Harbor, Md. from March 29–April 1
Posters on hospital-based educational programs, palliative care services, pediatric patient care honored at Society of Hospital Medicine’s annual meeting