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​​Weekly Fellow Conference:

Our teaching program is dedicated to producing the finest academically trained neonatal clinicians through a combination of rigorous clinical rotations, didactic and interactive learning. One of our differentiating methods are half day protected learning each Wednesday provided for all our fellows. These weekly conferences include journal club, Grand Rounds presentations, board review sessions, pathophysiology lectures, quality and safety review of patient care, palliative topics, and career development scholarly seminars. Faculty from our Neonatology Division as well as the Department of Pediatrics give lectures and attend fellow presentations during Wednesday Fellow Conference. Each week, we discuss the clinical research agenda of the unit including the research activities and updates of the fellows. The latter are performed in both a formal and informal manner. 

Additional Meetings:

We strongly encourage our faculty and staff to attend the many weekly, monthly, and annual conferences supported by the division, as well as, those providing important educational benefits to further our purpose of providing the best care to our patients.

Additional conferences supported by the Department of Pediatrics and Division of Neonatology include:

Epidemiology and Biostatistics

The fellows participate in a 2-day accelerated Epidemiology and Biostatistics course led by a local professor with a Doctorate in Epidemiology.