Didactic Curriculum

The Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship has a comprehensive educational curriculum including:

  • Twice weekly morning conferences covering core pediatric anesthesia topics
  • Weekly fellows conference covering advanced topics, including case discussions, journal clubs, professionalism workshops, practice management and quality improvement lectures.
  • Weekly departmental grand rounds
  • Monthly departmental morbidity and mortality conference
  • Mock oral board exam preparation
  • Access to online didactic curricula
  • Multidisciplinary simulation exposure

Scholarly Activity

Each fellow gets approximately 30 days of protected academic time over the course of the year to pursue scholarly and research activities. Our fellows complete a variety of scholarly activities, including:

  • Two required presentations (lectures or problem-based learning discussions)
  • Required participation in a Quality Improvement project under the mentorship of a faculty member
  • The opportunity to present invited lectures to other institutions through the Visiting Scholars in Pediatric Anesthesia Program (ViSiPAP).  Learn more about ViSiPAP
  • Submission of projects for peer-reviewed publication
  • Submission of posters or abstracts to the annual meetings of the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia/American Academy of Pediatrics (SPA/AAP) and the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) and attendance at these meetings