CHAMP, the Curriculum for the Hospitalized Aging Medical Patient, was created as a faculty development program to train general internists, hospitalists and geriatric fellows at the University of Chicago to teach about the care of older patients in the hospital.  To ascertain the frequency with which geriatric clinical skills are taught in the inpatient setting and compare teaching by physician groups, the following survey is completed by all medical students annually.  Teaching geriatric clinical skills: frequency by attending/specialist.   For detailed information about administration of these instruments, please refer to the CHAMP User's Guide for Evaluation Instruments.