Department of Emergency Medicine | Fellowship Program Curriculum

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Throughout the three years there is a didactic curriculum, which includes research seminars, quality improvement/risk management, journal forums, statistical methods/research design and clinical management conferences.  All Fellows spend the first two months in the ED.  There are four (4) weeks of vacation time per year, divided into 1- or 2- week blocks. 

ED/R designates a month of reduced clinical time so Fellows can allocate additional time and effort towards their research/academics.

Pediatric Fellowship Track

Pediatric First Year Second Year Third Year
July ED ED ED/R
Sept. US/Radiology CPT Elective
Oct. Anesthesia ED/R ED/R
Nov. ICU ED/QI ED/R
Dec. ED ED/R ED/R
Jan. ED/R Trauma ED/R
Feb. Adult ED ED ED/R
Mar. ED Adult ED ED/R
Apr. Toxicology Transport ED/R
May Sports Med. ED ED/R
June ED Elective ED/R

Emergency Medicine Fellowship Track 

Emergency Med. First Year Second Year Third Year
July ED ED OPTIONAL
Sept. US/Radiology CPT  
Oct. Anesthesia ED/R  
Nov. ICU ED  
Dec. ED Transport  
Jan. NICU/DR ED/QI  
Feb. Gen. Peds. Toxicology  
Mar. ED ED  
Apr. Subspecialties ED/R  
May ED ED  
June ED Electiv

International Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship 

For a curriculum overview, please click here.

To apply for the Pediatric Global Health Track, please click here.

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