Welcome to the David Geffen UCLA School of Medicine internal medicine residency program website. Applicants and others interested in learning more about our program can visit the applicant site. Current residents can log in or sign up to access important information.
If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch with us.
After a fantastic discussion on Wellness at retreat, we wanted to follow up with a consolidated list of resources for Wellness and Mental Health right here on campus. We will also be creating a Wellness tab under the Housestaff Tab on MedRes which will include these resources, as well as, any others that we collect.
UCLA Mental Health Services for Physicians in Training (MHSPT) http://gme.medschool.ucla.edu/body.cfm?id=110
Ombuds Office http://gme.medschool.ucla.edu/body.cfm?id=109
Help Lines http://gme.medschool.ucla.edu/body.cfm?id=57
The UCLA GME website includes additional information on Mental Health Services, the Ombuds office, Compliance Hotline, Abuse-Free Community leaders, and the GME director.
UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center http://marc.ucla.edu/
Through UCLA, also check out the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center. Among myriad opportunities, information about research, and programs, the website includes:
- Free guided meditations ranging from 3 to 19 minutes in length which can be played online or through iTunes: http://marc.ucla.edu/body.cfm?id=22
- Weekly Guided Meditation Sessions from the Hammer on various themes (e.g. Letting Go, Working With Different Emotions), and available on podcast: http://marc.ucla.edu/body.cfm?id=107
Healthy UCLA http://healthy.ucla.edu/
A campus-wide campaign to promote health and wellbeing among students, faculty, staff, communities, and the environment. See links for “Eat Well”, “Move Well”, “Mind Well”, and “Be Well” for calendars of weekly events, online resources and blogs, and courses.
We love you. Take care of yourselves.
Thank you to the Primary Care Track & Med Peds PGY1s for educating us on our community resources with your Community Resource Mapping presentation!
1st Olawale Amubieya University of California, Los Angeles "Heart failure presenting as abdominal pain"
2nd Angelica Zen, University of California, Los Angeles /Cedars-Sinai “Surfer’s myelopathy: a rare nontraumatic spinal cord injury associated with novice surfers"
Student Clinical Vignettes
3rd Natasha Cuk University of California, Los Angeles "Management of treatment refractory gastric mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) lymphoma"
We are so proud.