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Welcome Residents!


The July Effect:

Interns around the world are beginning their residencies this month, giving many a reason to believe there will be more mistakes made in the hospital. Not to worry! Louisville Lectures has a variety of presentations given by physicians, faculty, and fellow residents to help you transition seamlessly as well as restore your confidence. You got this! 

Check out last year's Boot Camp where the Louisville Lectures team highlights some of our most-viewed lectures. Our Boot Camp covers a series of high-yield, critical topics that are useful to starting interns. For more recent lectures, visit our IMLS Home Page

Boot Camp: PHASE TWO

Or, Emergencies and Assessing Them

This week, we will look at two highly anticipated videos, Electrolyte Emergencies by Dr. Eleanor Lederer and Assessing the Seriously Ill Patient by Dr. David Nunley.

Boot Camp: PHASE ONE

Or, A Matter of the Heart

We are starting with some basic EKG concepts and arrhythmia emergencies. Dr. Martin Espinoza and Dr. Lorrell Brown deliver two highly-watched videos.

Boot camp: PHASE FOUR

Or What's the Issue

This week, we will look at two highly anticipated videos, Common Intern Issues by Dr. Bryan Moffett and Discussing DNR Issues by Dr. Lori Earnshaw.


Or Anything But Cute

This week, we will look at two highly anticipated videos, Acute Kidney Injury by Dr. George Aronoff and Acute Mental Status Changes by Dr. Charlene Mitchell.

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