Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program
- In the row requesting duty hours, the numerator is the usual number of hours/week worked and the denominator is the longest consecutive hours during that week.
- IH indicates in-house call (IH).
- Asterisks denote the rotations that are call free.
Block Diagram for Pediatric Trained Graduates
First Year Block Diagram
|Experience or Rotations||PEM*||PEM*||Anesthesia*||PEM*||PICU||PEM*||PEM*||US*||PEM*||Adult ED*||PEM*||Trauma*|
|Duty Hours||40/9||40/9||40/10||40/9||60/14 IH||40/9||40/9||40/10||40/9||40/10||40/9||60/24 IH|
Second Year Block Diagram
|Experience or Rotations||Radiology*||PEM*||Orthopedics*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||Adult ED*||PEM*||Toxicology*||PEM*|
Third Year Block Diagram
|Experience or Rotations||EMS/A||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*||PEM*|
*According to the program requirements, each fellow is required to have 12 months in an ED caring for patients 21 years old and younger for full spectrum pathologies.
PEM: Pediatric Emergency Medicine
ED: Emergency Department
PICU: Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
EMS: Emergency Medical Services
A: Administrative (may include duties such as performing a quality review project with the associate ED director, presenting at and attending a hospital peer review committee, specific meetings to attend with the ED director, conference attendance, and others).
- All PEM months include research. All fellows are expected to work on their research throughout the year
- 4 weeks of Vacation is built into the PEM months
- Fellows only have in house calls on PICU and Trauma. All other months either represent shift work only, or are call-free, unless the fellow chooses to spend extra time on call during elective or orthopedic months.