This advanced fellowship provides training in the area of regional anesthesia and acute pain management in children. The training focuses on the management of routine and complex post-operative pain in children. Learning opportunities will include clinical experience, didactic instruction, and participation in research and/or quality improvement. The advanced fellowship will create specialists uniquely qualified to plan and perform single-shot and continuous regional anesthetic techniques and manage the perioperative analgesic needs of both acute and chronic pediatric pain patients.
The fellow will receive a 12-month hybrid faculty-fellow appointment equivalent to 0.5 FTE. Time will be divided between approximately two months of acute pain, one month of chronic pain, 2 months of research/quality improvement/academic time, 4.5 months as a clinical instructor, 1.5 months of regional anesthesia, and one month of vacation.
Please use the common application form for “Advanced Second Year Fellowships in Pediatric Anesthesiology” from the SPA website.
Program Coordinator: Lindsay Baumgartner