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As a component of categorical pediatric training, every resident has six months of protected rotations to individualize their training experience. To help facilitate career development, Cincinnati Children’s offers six unique pathways for this protected time.
Each pathway has its own points of emphasis. Residents learn the finer points of their chosen path’s specialties and engage in hands-on experiences that thoroughly prepare them for tasks and situations they will encounter in their careers.
The Pediatric Primary Care Pathway trains physicians in the principles, knowledge, and skills necessary for careers in primary care pediatrics, academic general pediatrics, or advocacy. The Pathway Emphasizes:
During all three years of the program, residents in this pathway will be able to spend a significant amount of time in community and hospital-based healthcare sites and attend regularly held roundtables and noon conferences that focus on the delivery of primary care and primary care-related topics.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is strongly committed to the career development of our trainees. We’ve been very successful in helping young physicians become productive and independently contributing investigators. Explore opportunities with us for pediatric research.
Outstanding Support Capabilities
Our investigators are experts in the areas of clinical, translational, and basic science research. Underlying basic science themes include developmental biology, the study of normal and altered growth, and differentiation of tissues.
The Research Foundation has put core support capabilities in place for both basic and clinical research that will allow young investigators to successfully engage in projects, with or without extensive research experience. These core capabilities include:
If you’re interested in an academic career and research experience (basic science, clinical, education), you will be paired with a faculty mentor and will be encouraged to develop an individualized curriculum. This will allow you to become an excellent clinician and maintain your research skills. A unique Research in Residency program has been created to facilitate resident research and acquisition of funding.
In addition to the individualized residency Research Pathway, residents also have the opportunity to pursue an intensive research pathway through the American Board of Pediatrics: The Integrated Research Pathway and the Accelerated Research Pathway. For more information, visit the following page with the American Board of Pediatrics: https://www.abp.org/abpwebsite/publicat/trainingrequirements.pdf
The world is a smaller place in the 21st century, and medical students across the United States have traveled and experienced more of our world, including the developing world, than most other generations. These future physicians have been moved by tragedies and inequities and want to make a difference. Cincinnati Children’s has an opportunity to lead this group of future leaders and prepare them to effect change for all children, especially the under-served children in our nation and throughout the world. The Global Child Health Educational Program is designed to empower our residents to make a difference for all children, especially the poor and underserved. The program offers a structured international experience for all residents as well as a Global Child Health Pathway for residents who are passionate about global health.
The Global Child Health Educational Program
Our residents work in clinics and hospitals across the globe, most notably in Africa, Asia, and South/Central America. We have established educational and research relationships at many sites and have made it a priority to promote the exchange of ideas between participating institutions. Every resident at Cincinnati Children’s has the opportunity to be immersed in a one-month global health experience, during which the Global Child Health Program provides support with:
This opportunity will help residents better understand and contribute to the reversal of health inequities in our country and abroad. Residents intending to conduct overseas work need to submit an application listing the site as well as goals, objectives, and projected costs prior to being approved for additional funding beyond the standard book / conference fund.
Global Child Health Pathway
The Global Child Health Pathway is designed to engage and inspire residents to seek post-residency opportunities and training in the field of global health. As a participant in the Global Child Health Pathway, your residency will be tailored to provide ample opportunities to go abroad while equipping you with the skills to design, create, build, and sustain viable international programs while becoming leaders in the field of global health medicine. Our program is fully integrated into the categorical pediatric residency program. As a Global Child Health Pathway resident, you will complete your pediatric residency in the standard three years (meeting existing ABP and ACGME requirements) but will participate in at least two global health rotations. You will also take part in the Global Child Health curriculum and complete a global health project. Our global health program has six target sites in the United States and abroad where our faculty, fellows, and residents pursue planned or ongoing projects. As a Global Child Health Pathway resident, you are permitted to participate in other international opportunities beyond our six target sites that fit your personal interest and career goals.
Learn more about our target sites around the world. (pdf)
Learn more about the curriculum for the Global Child Health Program.Download a three-year breakdown of the Global Health Track.
This pathway was created for residents interested in a career in critical care (PICU, NICU) or emergency medicine. Faculty from these subspecialties have developed a menu of potential rotation experiences that may be beneficial to residents interested in this career pathway. The six individualized units will be chosen based on the resident’s interests as well as input from faculty advisors, mentors and residency leadership. These experiences may be used to expose the resident to different areas of critical care with an additional emphasis on procedures.
This pathway was created for residents interested in subspecialty fellowships, not including the acute care fellowships. Faculty from multiple clinical and research divisions have developed a menu of potential rotation experiences that may be beneficial to residents interested in this career pathway and the subspecialties that it includes. The six individualized units will be chosen based on the specific sub-specialty interests of the resident as well as input from faculty advisors, mentors, and residency leadership. These experiences will expose the resident to a variety of aspects of pediatrics important to each field. Examples include: pulmonology, nephrology, hematology-oncology, cardiology, infectious disease, or endocrinology among others.
This pathway was created for residents interested in a career in hospital medicine. Faculty from our Hospital Medicine division have developed a menu of potential rotation experiences that may be beneficial to residents interested in this career pathway. The six individualized units will be chosen based on the interests of the resident as well as input from faculty advisors, mentors, and residency leadership. These experiences will expose the resident to a variety of aspects of general pediatrics that are important for inpatient medicine.
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