The University at Buffalo trains more than 800 residents and fellows annually to become clinicians, researchers, teachers, and leaders in their fields by:

  • providing oversight to all ACGME-accredited residency programs in academically stimulating and nurturing environments
  • exposing residents to patients with diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds
  • providing a range of collaborative clinical learning environments, unequaled in any single medical institution
  • fostering values that emphasize evidence-based medicine, patient safety, health care quality, professionalism, and overcoming health-care disparities
  • supporting trainees' personal growth and development through interdisciplinary and interprofessional collaboration
UB EthicsPoint

Confidential reporting for Medical Student, Resident and Fellow concerns about duty hours/fatigue, clinical supervision, patient safety, and professionalism.

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