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Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship: Curriculum

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Our block is based on thirteen 4 week blocks per year. Research months are combined into clinical months in the pediatric emergency department with a reduction in clinical shifts during these month. Vacation time is taken during the pediatric emergency department blocks

First Year (Pediatric Trained)

  • 8 months: Pediatric Emergency Department
  • 1 month: Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • 1 month: Adult Emergency Department
  • 2 weeks: Pediatric Radiology
  • 2 weeks: Child Abuse
  • 2 weeks: Toxicology or an Elective
  • 2 weeks: Anesthesia
  • Research: 2 clinical months with 50% research, and 6 months of 36%research

Second Year (Pediatric Trained)

  • 10 months: Pediatric Emergency Department
  • 1 month: Pediatric Orthopedics
  • 1 month: Adult Trauma
  • Research: 10 clinical months with 44% Research

Third Year (Pediatric Trained)

  • 8 months: Pediatric Emergency Department
  • 3 months: Electives
  • 2 weeks: Emergency Medical Services
  • 2 weeks: ED Skills Rotation
  • Research: 8 clinical months with 54% Research

First Year (Emergency Medicine Trained) 

  • 8 months: Pediaric Emergency Department
  • 1 month: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • 1 month: Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • 2 weeks: Pediatric Radiology
  • 2 weeks: Child Abuse
  • 2 weeks: Toxicology
  • 2 weeks: Anesthesia
  • Research: 8 clinical months with 36% Research

Second Year (Emergency Medicine Trained) 

  • 9 months: Pediatric Emergency Department
  • 3 months: Pediatric Electives
  • Research: 9 clinical months with 42% research