Curriculum

 

For Pediatricians

Graduates of accredited pediatric residency programs must complete three years of fellowship training.

YEAR ONE
ROTATION DURATION
Pediatric ED 4 months
Adult ED 1 month
PICU 1 month
EMS/PED Follow-Up Office 1 month
Radiology/Orthopedics 1 month
Trauma 1 month
Anesthesia 1 month
AED Gynecology/Child Abuse 1 month
Vacation 1 month

YEAR TWO
ROTATION DURATION
Pediatric ED 5 months
Adult ED 1 month
Research 2 months
NYC Poison Control Center 1 month
Elective 2 months
Vacation 1 month

YEAR THREE
ROTATION DURATION
Pediatric ED 6 months
Call-free elective 1 month
Elective 1 month
Radiology/Psychiatry 1 month
Vacation 1 month
 

 

 

For Emergency Medicine Graduates

Graduates of accredited emergency medicine residency programs must complete two years of fellowship training. The two-year program consists of rotations in:

  • Pediatric ED
  • Pediatric anesthesia
  • Pediatric radiology
  • Child abuse
  • Pediatric ICU
  • Neonatal ICU
  • Pediatric continuity clinic
  • Admitting resident, Inpatient service
  • NYC Poison Control Center


RESEARCH

With faculty supervision and mentoring, each fellow will develop and conduct a research study, conduct analyses, prepare a manuscript, and submit the findings to a national scientific meeting. All fellows will take courses in Epidemiology and in Biostatistics, given by Einstein faculty. Many resources are available to the fellow, including expert consultation with faculty from the entire medical school, departmental and divisional computer facilities, network and on-site access to the AECOM library, and the Department of Pediatrics and Department of Emergency Medicine libraries at Jacobi. Seminars on journal article writing and preparation of abstracts are regular components of the weekly Fellow's Conferences.