The Division of Hospital-Based Medicine is pleased to have initiated a fellowship in pediatric hospital medicine in July 2015. Our program offers a unique fellowship experience by harnessing the clinical and academic assets on the joint medical campuses of Lurie Children’s and Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine. Fellows engage in both supervised and independent clinical experiences at our top-ranked, tertiary free-standing children’s hospital, newborn care at Northwestern’s Prentice Women’s Hospital, sedation training, and a tailored community hospitalist experience at one of our many outstanding community outreach sites. Fellows are provided protected research time and dedicated mentorship to support the development, conduction, and publication of a scholarly project. Core curriculum and quality improvement education as well as options for advanced degrees in public health, clinical investigation, or quality improvement at Northwestern University are available during a two-year or extended three-year fellowship.
The general structure of our program is provided in the table below. Our fellowship structure offers a diverse but flexible clinical experience by allowing fellows to identify general pediatric and ICU experiences that match their academic and career interests. Core faculty support education and mentorship of fellows in each clinical arena in order to maximize evidence-based practice.
General Pediatric Medicine
Orientation & Sedation Training
Fellows can complete their research requirements by taking advantage of the myriad research opportunities at Lurie Children’s and across Northwestern University. Faculty within the division currently have active research programs in health services research, outcomes science, clinical care, quality, medical ethics/error disclosure, medical education, and global health. Fellows are encouraged to consider obtaining advanced formal education through Northwestern University’s acclaimed Master programs in Clinical Investigation, Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety, Health Sciences and Outcomes Research, or Public Health.
- Applications open July 1 and are accepted on a rolling basis.
- Qualified applicants will be invited to interview with us during one of our two interview dates: October 2, 2016 OR November 7, 2016.
- We participate in the NRMP match (www.nrmp.org) with rank list closing on November 30, 2016. Match Day is on December 14, 2016.
Please send completed applications and letters of support to our program coordinator Lisa Weber (LPWeber@luriechildrens.org). For additional questions about the program, please email fellowship co-directors Craig Garfield, MD (email@example.com) or Waheeda Samady, MD (firstname.lastname@example.org).