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How To Apply to the Pediatric Anesthesia Fellowship Program

STEP 1

  1. Complete online fellowship application.
  2. Submit the following supporting documents to the Program:

    • CV with photo
    • Medical School Transcripts
    • Medical School Performance Evaluation (in English)
    • USMLE (1 & 2) or COMLEX Scores
    • In-Service Exam Scores (Peds Anesthesia Applicants Only)
    • Minimum of 3 Letters of Recommendation (include one letter from current training program)
    • Copy of Visa (if applicable)
    • Copy of ECFMG Certificate (only applicants who attended medical school outside of the US)

STEP 2

  • Upon application approval, an interview will be scheduled with the Program Director and Pediatric Anesthesia Faculty.

STEP 3

  • If position is offered and accepted, the prospective fellow will go through the Credentialing Process.

STEP 4

  • If the prospective fellow successfully completes the credentialing process, he/she is then scheduled for an orientation.

Applications will be closely reviewed only after receipt of all required materials. The director of the fellowship initiates interview requests, and not all applicants are granted interviews. An on-site interview is required before consideration for acceptance. Intangibles such as evidence of scholarship, judgment, maturity, motivation, and interpersonal skills are all considered. Acceptance into a program is based on demonstrated academic qualification, interpersonal skills, and evidence of ability to function in a multidisciplinary setting.

 
 

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Grand Rounds take place Thursdays at 7 AM in Hurd Hall.

9/18: "Biological Targets For The Treatment Of Traumatic Brain Injury" – Courtney Robertson, MD
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9/25: Quality Assurance Committee Meeting

10/2: "Patient And Family-Centered Approach To Advance Care Planning" – Rebecca Aslakson, MD, PhD

10/9: Patient-Based Learning Discussion – Tracey Smith Stierer, MD

Eighth Robert A. Abraham, MD Endowed Lecture: "Post-Cesarean Pain Management: Past, Present, and Future" – Brendan Carvalho, MBBCh, FRCA, MDCH
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"ACCM - Innovation in Academic Medicine" – Mark Rogers, MD
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