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Faculty present recent journal articles and ECMO cases for review, discussion and identifying areas for improvement.
Divisional business meeting including updates on faculty and fellow research efforts and reviews of new clinical initiatives.
This 3-year curriculum follows the American Board of Pediatric (ABP) content specification for neonatal-perinatal medicine. A monthly topic is chosen and then reviewed during a mix of didactic lectures, board-review questions, case-based discussions, and chapter reviews.
In-coming fellows spend the first few weeks of fellowship getting to know the division, reviewing common neonatal topics, participating in simulation courses, obtaining NRP provider and instructor certifications, learning the basics of ECMO, and shadowing senior fellows on rounds and overnight calls.
Fellows present a critical analysis of a recent publication.
Fellows present morbidly and mortality cases for review by the entire division.
Presentations by both internal and external speakers on a variety of neonatal clinical, translational, and basic research topics.
Molecular Medicine Research Seminar Weekly” is now titled “John G. Rangos, Sr. Research Seminar.
Joint conference with Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Genetics Cardiology, Neurology, and Pediatric Surgery to review upcoming and recent deliveries of infants with cogenital anomalies.
Joint Journal Club with Neonatology and Cardiology to critically review a recent publication of interest to both divisions.
Joint conference between Neonatology and Pediatric Surgery to review topics of interest to both divisions.
Combination of bedside rounds with the Neonatal Neurology team and didactic lectures presented by the Neonatal Neurologist.
Multi-disciplinary review of the week's neuroimaging studies.
Joint conference with Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Neonatology to review recent cases of morbidly and mortality.
Presentations by both internal and external speakers on a variety of pediatric clinical, translational, and basic research topics.
Presentation by both internal and external speakers on a variety of pediatric clinical and research topics.
All subspecialty fellows in the Department of Pediatrics participate in sessions held throughout the year to address the subspecialty fellow core curriculum. Topics include grant writing, research design, statistics, epidemiology, and how to give oral presentations as well as career guidance and mentoring.
Children's Hospital's main campus is located in the Lawrenceville neighborhood. Our main hospital address is:
UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
One Children’s Hospital Way
4401 Penn Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15224
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