Louisville Lectures

Open Access Medical Education

Committed to sharing Internal Medicine focused lectures as free open access medical education.

Internal Medicine 2018 Categorical Candidate Interviews

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While many are looking forward to the coming of autumn, we are looking forward to a different season here at Louisville Lectures…..Interview Season!  We welcome our applicants from across the nation and the globe who will visit the University of Louisville Internal Medicine Residency Program over the next few months.  We are excited to think about who among you will become members of our residency class of 2022!  Visit our residency program’s website to learn more about the excellent training experience we offer!



Louisville Lectures:


The University of Louisville Internal Medicine Lecture Series is a #FOAMed project to make our program's internal medicine didactics, grand rounds, and other special lectures easily accessible to our own residents and for the education of medical students, physicians, and other medical professionals everywhere. We are excited to help expand the FOAMed movement into internal medicine where so much work has been done by various medical education programs.

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"I am so grateful to have access to these lectures ...they have been a lifesaver. It is a wonderful act of altruism to make them accessible to the public. "

- a viewer that recently started a medical position in a country hospital in Australia.


Other Series:


Pulmonary & Critical Care

These lectures focus on pulmonary and critical care themes and are presented by our esteemed faculty and fellows from the University of Louisville Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine. Visit here.

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Little Lectures

An under ten-minute video series created by residents for learners. These will focus on delivering just-in-time algorithms, practical clinical knowledge and board tips on high-yield topics. These lectures will be provided by the University of Louisville Internal Medicine residents. Visit here.


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