For February’s Grand Rounds, PGY2 residents highlighted the vital role system I and system II thinking plays in clinical decision-making. Tarquin Collis, MD (AMD, Medical Specialties; Chief, Infectious Disease) and Henry Lew, MD (Chief Resident, Inpatient) served as guest presenters–Dr. Collis shared valuable clinical pearls regarding extrapulmonary tuberculosis and Dr. Lew performed a POCUS demonstration.
Residents engage in improvement work and influence positive change to health care outcomes at the American College of Physicians (ACP) Hawaii Chapter’s Annual Scientific Meeting where several of our residents were accepted for poster presentations.
“The contributions made by our residents to the ACP Scientific Meeting, Grand Rounds, and other continuous improvement initiative are valuable elements in their journey to becoming a proficient provider. As a provider, improvement work is key to advancing health care outcomes and quality of care among our patients and communities.”
- Associate Program Director KPHI IM Residency, Philip Verhoef, MD, PhD