Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Academic Conferences, Teaching, and Curriculum


The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine fellowship curriculum is intended to couple direct patient care experiences with didactic education, simulation, and hands-on training. These include core curriculum, sentinel article reviews, a focus on evidence based medicine, collaboration with subspecialty services, and education innovation. Our fellows are encouraged to tailor their training to suit their career goals. Examples of unique tracks include:

  • Simulation track
  • Medical education track
  • Clinical and translational investigator track
  • Healthcare quality and safety track
  • Palliative care track


  • Scholarship: 44 weeks
  • PICU: 56 weeks 
  • CVICU: 16 weeks 
  • Trauma: 2 weeks 
  • Cath lab: 2 weeks
  • Anesthesia: 4 weeks 
  • Elective (choice of emergency medicine, toxicology, biomedical ethics or palliative care): 12 weeks 
  • QI project: 4 weeks
  • Vacation: 12 weeks
  • Total: 156 weeks 

Academic Half-Day

The academic half-day is weekly on Wednesday afternoons and is primarily led by faculty. It is an 18-month cycle ABP-based themes with a back-to-basic month every July to focus on the income fellows getting important fundamental information.


 Week  12:30 13:30 14:30
1 Board Review or Mathletics Case conference Sentinel Article or EBM JC
2 Book to Bedside Cardiac ICU Conference Rotating (Palliative, BMT, Faculty Development)
3 Research Baltimore (JH) Research/QI Fellowship Meeting
4 Sim Neuro ICU Conference Didactic
5 Didactic Health Disparities Leadership/Wellness

Learn More

Learn more about the  Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.