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Our program’s size provides trainees with an optimum balance between volume and variety of patients and cases. Our faculty are committed to optimizing fellows’ learning opportunities and being respectful of work/life balance. The first year is primarily clinical, and the second and third years of training are designed to facilitate the transition to increased independence in clinical situations, as well as robust exposure to quality improvement and research in nephrology to afford trainees with the opportunity to explore all types of careers in pediatric nephrology.
A weekly didactic lecture (PDF) given by faculty covering all major aspects of clinical pediatric nephrology. All lectures are followed by a question set to review afterwards.
All renal fellows and faculty members meet weekly to discuss the inpatient service, as well as interesting and difficult-to-manage outpatients.
Monthly conference where renal fellows and faculty discuss biopsies with the pediatric renal pathologist.
Bimonthly journal club where renal fellows present a critical analysis of the latest published research in nephrology.
A monthly interdisciplinary conference where transplant patients are presented and including transplant surgery, pediatric nephrology, transplant coordinators, social work, behavioral health, pharmacy and dietitian. Quarterly, there is also a conference focused on processes for improving the quality of care of transplant patientss.
A monthly interdisciplinary team meeting focused on patient care and quality improvement for dialysis patients, which includes pediatric nephrology, social work, behavioral health, dietitian and dialysis nurses.
A monthly joint conference of the Division of Pediatric Nephrology, the Division of Pediatric Urology, and basic and clinical researchers involved in renal and urological research. This conference allows the exchange of ideas to establish collaborations among a diverse group of clinicians and scientists with interest in renal and urological diseases.
Weekly seminar with internal and external speakers on pediatric clinical and research topics. View the upcoming Pediatric Grand Rounds.
Weekly seminar with internal and external experts on clinical, translational and basic research topics. View the upcoming Rangos Research Seminars.
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
In addition to the main hospital, Children's has many convenient locations in other neighborhoods throughout the greater Pittsburgh region.
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