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Program Structure

The structure of our program is provided in the following table.   Our rotation curriculum is based on the proposed ACGME fellowship program requirements with our overall goal being to prepare the fellow for excellence in clinical care, medical education, quality improvement, research, and advocacy.  We foresee our fellows being on the cutting edge of generating new knowledge and scholarship in research, practice management, patient outcomes, patient safety and quality improvement.

Our didactic curriculum is provided during protected time and covers all the American Board of Pediatrics content specifications for hospital medicine.

We offer customized and flexible training by allowing fellows to identify experiences that match their academic and career interests with a focus on progressive clinical autonomy. Opportunities are available for masters degree preparation at Marshall University and we also provide flexibility to complete programs at other institutions and have had residents do so. 

Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Curriculum 

Hospital Pediatrics Inpatient Service 4 months 4 months (1 at outside community hospital)
PICU 1 month  
Emergency Department 1 month  
Nursery/Delivery Room 1 month  
NICU/Delivery Room   1 month
Procedural Sedation 1 month  
CAC (Child Advocacy Center)   1 month
Anesthesia Experience   1 month
Infectious Diseases   1 month
Individualized Curriculum (based on career goals and may include but not limited to experiences in Quality Improvement Science, Patient Safety, Clinical and Translational Research, Medical Education, Leadership, Business Administration, and Advocacy) 4 months 4 months