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The Pediatric Residency Program at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh proudly supports Community-Oriented Resident Education (CORE) as an interest group that aims to train leaders in community health and child advocacy.
CORE is the advocacy coalition hub and “community of courage” open to all residents, fellows, and attendings at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Historically rooted in training resident leaders in community health, CORE continues to be a platform for education and action to address the broader structural forces and social determinants of health impacting children across society. CORE empowers pediatricians & pediatric trainees of all specialties and professional tracks to take an active role in advancing social justice and child health policy.
CORE is built on the pillars of:
Our goals for CORE residents are that they will:
Residents in CORE will be exposed to various learning opportunities and clinical experiences that will enhance their understanding of key community health issues, such as health disparities, cultural humility, and health policy.
CORE residents have pursued a wide range of careers upon graduation including fellowship training in a variety of subspecialties, work in the Indian Health Service, primary health care in urban and rural communities, and hospitalist positions.
We welcome your interest and are happy to provide more information about the interests and accomplishments of the CORE residents and the program. Residents are open to joining CORE at any point of their residency training.
We welcome your interest and are happy to provide more information about the interests and accomplishments of the CORE residents and the program. CORE does not require a separate ERAS application, but a brief, separate application is required. For additional information about CORE, contact Jennifer Wolford, DO, PH, Assistant Professor, Child Advocacy at email@example.com.
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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