Resident Presentations consist of a one page Critically Appraised Topic (CAT). The goals of using the CAT format for resident presentations are to answer a clinical question that arises from a patient encounter, improve skills in finding appropriate articles, improve upon critical appraisal skills using the " User Guides to the Medical Literature and to allow for concise one page presentations.
A CPR is a clinical practice review. These are aimed at the level of the Geriatric Fellow or attending and can be a review of a geriatric topic or an attempt to answer a clinical question. We try to make the CPRs as interactive as possible and cased based presentation.