The University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center’s programs in Graduate Medical Education are fully accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, which represents the American Hospital Association, the American Medical Association, the American College of Physicians and the American Dental Association, and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and Approved by the Council of Teaching Hospitals of the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Jackson Memorial Hospital is the third-largest teaching hospital in the United States with an average of 1,068 residents trained ever year. The hospital and the school also have affiliation agreements with the Veterans Administration Medical Center and several private hospitals and clinics for the purpose of broadening the range of experiences available to resident physicians. Rotations are done jointly at the VA Medical Center.
Mandatory Online Training Modules
Jackson Health System has mandated the online training of all hospital employees, via the Jackson Education Network, in order to demonstrate compliance in important institutional areas.
Residents and Fellows may access the following modules on demand, via JEN:
- 1st Quarter Policy Update
- JHS General Compliance UDT
- JHS Stroke
- JHS Population -Specific Healthcare
- JHS Safe Handling of Hazardous Materials
- JHS Infection Prevention & Control
- Hospital Disaster preparedness Awareness Training
- JHS HIPAA
- Fire Safety & Response
- OIG Road Map for Physicians: Avoiding Medicare and Medicaid Fraud and Abuse
Every Resident and Fellow is required to complete and pass the online training examination each calendar year.
Teaching Residents to Teach
The following list of resources will serve as a guide for teaching residents to teach. To access the documents or link to the corresponding websites where the information is hosted, click on the following titles.
- Characteristics of Effective Feedback
- Sample Handout for Residents on Teaching
- Seven Common Mistakes
- Teaching Guide for Competency Based Medical Education
- Teaching Guide for Medical Core Competencies
- Practical Tools for Teaching Interpersonal &Communication Competencies
- Delivering Bad News
- Using the Griev-ing Model to Teach and Assess Interpersonal and Communication Skills- page 8
- Using the ILS (Invite-Listen-Summarize) Model to Teach/Assess Patient Centered Communication – pages 6-7
- Power Point Tutorial
- Conducting a Family Conference
Good “hygiene” is anything that helps you to have a healthy life. Sleep hygiene helps you stay healthy by keeping your mind and body rested and strong. Following these tips will help you sleep better and feel your best.
- Avoid napping during the day: If you just can’t make it through the day without a nap, sleep less than one hour, before 3 pm.
- Avoid caffeine, nicotine and alcohol before bedtime
- Stay away from large meals close to bedtime
- Avoid any tough exercise within six hours of your bedtime.
- Establish a relaxing bedtime routine: It is important to give your body cues that it is time to slow down and sleep. Listen to relaxing music, read something soothing for 15 minutes, have a cup of caffeine free tea, do relaxation exercises.
- Do not use your bed to watch TV, listen to the radio, or read. Associate your bed with sleep.
- Do not have a beer, a glass of wine, or any other alcohol within six hours of your bedtime.
- Make your bedroom quiet, dark, and a little bit cool.
- Sleep when you are sleepy: If you can’t fall asleep within 20 minutes, get up and do something boring until you feel sleepy.
Sleep for Success Webinar
Please check with your program coordinator to obtain the user name and password for accessing this webinar.