Our Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program trains physicians to provide compassionate, state-of-the-art emergency care for critically ill and injured children, while simultaneously developing skilled teachers and academic clinicians who are well-versed in research methodology and educational scholarship.
- Providing trainees with a strong foundation in all aspects of pediatric emergency medicine, encouraging them to develop their own clinical and academic expertise and niche in the field
- Participation in an advanced degree/ coursework, with the opportunity to complete a Masters in Public Health, or Certificate in Clinical and Translational Research at the Brown University School of Public Health.
- Individualized curricula for fellows to hone their interests and skills in one of six scholarly areas of concentration. Each concentration provides comprehensive development in clinical, research, administrative, and educational skills with dedicated faculty.
- Graduated clinical autonomy starting in the first year of fellowship, with independent clinical practice in the ED by the third year
- Advanced training in education, including simulation and debriefing, development of a teaching portfolio, and feedback on teaching style such that each graduating fellow has expertise as an educator
You can find more information about the fellowship on the Pediatric Emergency Medicine website.