Morning Report. Haleh Talaei MD, MPH Infectious Disease specialist Clinical toxicology fellow Associated professor of Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. Definition.
Haleh Talaei MD, MPH
Infectious Disease specialist
Clinical toxicology fellow
Associated professor of Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences
The term "morning report" is used to describe case-based conferences where residents, attending physicians, and others meet to present and discuss clinical cases. The term includes resident reports, morning or housestaff conferences, and morning sessions but excludes work rounds or teaching rounds.
In a typical morning report, the team on duty during the night presents recently admitted patients, followed by a general discussion of the cases and related topics.
It’s one of the clinical teaching method that review the management of all of admitted patients in recent 24 hrs by diagnostic & treatment approach on evidence based.
Case-oriented teachingwas the most frequently cited educational purpose of morning reports.
In summary, residency programs used morning report for multiple purposes, including education and a variety of other goals. Residents favor morning report as an educational activity. The relative importance of each purpose of morning report depends on individual programs and, in turn, may determine the way morning report will be organized and conducted.