Population Health Rotations

The mix of population health activities is tailored to reflect the background of each GPM resident.  The resident meets with the residency director at the start of the program to develop an educational plan and then semi-annually, to discuss goals and identify suitable sites and projects for achieving them. While still encouraging residents to identify an area of interest to pursue in depth, all residents entering the program are required to diversify their experience.

Population health activities are varied and reflect individual residents’ clinical experiences and fields of interest. Faculty in the Department of Preventive Medicine available as preceptors, as well as faculty from other departments across the Mount Sinai Health System.

Residents are also responsible for teaching population health concepts as part of undergraduate medical education in the ambulatory care clerkship as well as in the Graduate Program in Public Health. In addition, residents mentor medical and MPH students in research projects.

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