The clinicopathological conference, popularly known as CPC, is a case method process of learning medicine. It uses a problem-solving approach. A case is presented with diagnostic data and is followed by a discussion of differential diagnosis which is narrowed down to a final diagnosis. Speaker: Tony Dao, MD Division: Hospital Medicine Title: “58 y/o F […]
On March 1, 2022, the annual Distinguished Service Teaching Awards ceremony was held honoring Washington University School of Medicine educators who have made the most significant contributions to the training of future physicians.
The Department of Medicine is pleased to announce new leadership roles in the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Office. The safety and quality infrastructure is evolving to have specific teams focus on inpatient and ambulatory settings and also expand patient experience efforts. Dr. Rachel Bardowell will join the Office of the Vice Chair for Patient […]
Dr. Young attended the University of Delaware and graduated magna cum laude. He received his medical degree at Jefferson Medical College, also graduating magna cum laude. He trained at Boston University Medical Center for his internship and completed his residency at ChristianaCare in Delaware. Later he obtained a Masters in Health Service and Outcomes Research […]
Celebrated the first Thursday in March annually, National Hospitalist Day recognizes hospitalists across the globe. A specialty, whose rooted mission is to provide exceptional care for hospitalized patients through education, advocacy, research, quality improvement initiatives, and more, the need for these dedicated clinicians continue to grow.
Dr. Nada Zmeter joined the Division of Hospital Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine as an Instructor in July 2021. She grew up in Lebanon and attended both college and medical school at the American University of Beirut: she initially earned a Bachelor of Sciences in Biology in 2012, then graduated with a Medical […]
With oncoming surge of patients with COVID-19, the health system and Department of Medicine decided that hospitalists would care for all hospitalized patients with COVID who did not require placement in an ICU. Dr. Caroline Kahle cared for the first patient at BJH thought to possibly have COVID-19. Though the patient tested negative for SARS-CoV-2, […]
Dr. Shannon Zalewski joined the Division of Hospital Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine in July of 2021. She was born in Madison, WI and grew up in a suburb of Chicago. She attended Purdue University where she initially enrolled in the pre-pharmacy program, but ultimately decided to pursue a career in medicine. She […]
Dr. Elizabeth Terry (Beth) joined the Division of Hospital Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine as an Instructor in June of 2021. She was born in Birmingham, Alabama and thereafter moved to Sylacauga, Alabama where she grew up. She attended the University of Alabama and graduated summa cum laude from the University Honors Program […]
Dr. Elizabeth Tapley Rosenthal joined the Division of Hospital Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine as an Instructor in June of 2021. She was born in Portland, Maine and soon after moved to Austin, Texas. She considers herself to be a true Texan. She attended Concordia University in Irvine, California and graduated with a […]