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The fellowship programs in the Department of Anesthesia at Cincinnati Children’s offers a superb training opportunity in pediatric anesthesiology. Our case volume, breadth of clinical material and excellence of our faculty provide a remarkable fellowship experience. You will find our institution to be warm, friendly and state-of-the-art, with a faculty dedicated to excellence in patient care and education.
The Department of Anesthesia at Cincinnati Children’s offers a one-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship in pediatric anesthesia. Additional experiences in clinical and laboratory science research are available for interested candidates.
The department offers a 6 month and one-year program in pediatric neuroanesthesia and neurophysiological monitoring combining clinical training with research or quality improvement. Education in research methodology or quality improvement science and conduct of research study or quality improvement project is an integral component of the fellowship program. This fellowship will facilitate the certification in Neurophysiological Monitoring by the American Board of Neurophysiological Monitoring. Director J. McAuliffe, MD.
The department offers a one-year fellowship in pain management combining clinical training in both pediatric and adult pain medicine with an emphasis on the former. The program has a strong focus on chronic pain management of in-patients and out-patients. After completion of the fellowship, the anesthesiologist candidate will be eligible for certification in Pain Medicine by the American Board of Anesthesiology. Director A. Szabova, MD
The department offers a one-year fellowship program in pediatric palliative care which involves the care of children with life threatening conditions and their families. Physicians who are board eligible in anesthesiology or pediatrics are welcome to apply. The clinical training includes exposure to children with pain, special needs, and other complex medical conditions in the in-patient and out-patient setting. After completion of the fellowship, the candidate will be eligible for certification in Palliative Care Medicine by the American Board of Anesthesiology or the American Board of Pediatrics, depending on their previous training. Director N. Weidner, MD.
This advanced, 6-12 month program consists of formal training in quality improvement science and safety. The fellow will complete courses such as “Intermediate Improvement Science Series” offered at the James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Participants will conduct a quality improvement project with the assistance of our experienced quality-improvement faculty; the project will be presented at a national meeting and published in a peer-review journal. The quality improvement fellowship may be combined with a clinical fellowship can vary in length from 6-24 months. Director A. Varughese, MD, MPH.
We also offer Pediatric Anesthesiology for the Practicing Anesthesiologist (the PAPA Program), in which practicing anesthesiologists can augment their pediatric anesthesia skills and experience in a one- to two-week program combining one-on-one teaching and hands-on experience in our busy operating room.
The Chinese Pediatric Anesthesia Research Fellowship program is a two-year program designed for Chinese anesthesiologists to train in research in the areas of neurobiology, pharmacometrics, clinical trials, or quality improvement. The program provides fellows with an opportunity to advance their research skills for the purpose of continuing this research upon return to their home institution. Education in research or quality improvement methodology is an integral component of the fellowship program. The faculty at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital will provide an intensive research or quality improvement experience and continue the mentorship and collaboration upon return of the fellow to China. This fellowship aims to drive scientific discovery, improve safety and perioperative outcomes for children undergoing anesthesia and surgery in China.
Fellows from the pediatric anesthesia fellowship program at Cincinnati Children’s go into academic and private practice following graduation. Recent fellows have joined academic practices at:
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