Hopkins Outpatient Medicine Curriculum: PEAC

PEAC

The Hopkins Outpatient Medicine Curriculum is intended for all housestaff. It is a web-based,  evidence-based curriculum that covers ambulatory topics.

For interns, to obtain access to the curriculum follow the instructions below:

1) set your browser to http://www.peaconline.org

2) click on the “new user” link and select “Internal Medicine: Ambulatory Care Curriculum”.

3) When registering, you will need a 3‐character passcode to complete registration. Our code is: 0me (please note this is the number zero not the letter O)

4) You will need to include a valid e‐mail address (please use your UCSD email address)and select a user ID and password. If you forget your user ID/password, the welcome page of the website has a link to email you this information.

5) Once you are on the website, you should check your profile, including PGY year, by clicking on the profile icon located at the top right corner of your screen.

Outlined below are the requirements for preliminary, categorical, PSTP, and med-peds interns:

Preliminary Medicine Interns (ANY 6 modules required by June 1, 2021 to complete internship).

Categorical Medicine Residents (18 total modules over 3 years, required by June 1 of your graduation year)

8 required modules in 1st year

  1. Cancer Screening
  2. Immunizations 1
  3. Immunizations 2
  4. Professionalism: The Physician’s Role
  5. Professionalism: Challenging Conversations and Encounters
  6. Back Pain
  7. Preoperative Assessment
  8. Gynecology

PLUS: 10 additional elective modules over years 2 & 3 (Modules I personally recommend include: Evidence Based Medicine, Hip/Knee Pain, HIV, Acid/Base–honestly, they are all great and SUPER high yield for step 3 and, of course, the medicine boards)

PSTP Residents (12 modules over 2 years, required by June 1 of your graduation year)

8 required modules in 1st year

  1. Cancer Screening
  2. Immunizations 1
  3. Immunizations 2
  4. Professionalism: The Physician’s Role
  5. Professionalism: Challenging Conversations and Encounters
  6. Back Pain
  7. Preoperative Assessment
  8. Gynecology

PLUS: 4 additional elective modules over year 2

Med/Peds Residents (12 modules over 4 years, by June 1 of your graduation year):

7 required modules in 1st year

  1. Cancer Screening
  2. Immunizations 1
  3. Immunizations 2
  4. Professionalism: The Physician’s Role
  5. Professionalism: Challenging Conversations and Encounters
  6. Back Pain
  7. Preoperative Assessment

PLUS: 5 additional elective modules over years 2-4

Any questions you may have or challenges signing on, please contact Jesus at jevera@health.ucsd.edu. I have also posted this information on the blog for easy access and reference.