The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship includes a number of programs and conferences, completion of which is a prerequisite to graduation. The program has designed these activities to enhance the learning experience and to assist fellows in meeting the goals and objectives of the fellowship program.
The program expects that fellows will acquire a number of important certifications, including BLS, PALS, and ATLS.
As members of the Critical Care Medicine division, fellows will attend the regularly scheduled physician, staff, and division conferences, such as Journal Club. In addition, the program has designed activities and meetings tailored specifically to the needs and interests of fellows, such as fellows’ conferences, lecture series, and workshops. Fellows will also attend a Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Boot Camp to develop further leadership and communication skills.
Presentations and Projects
As part of the program, fellows will develop and present projects in Protected Case Review, Quality, and Research. Selected faculty members will mentor fellows on these projects.