Fellows complete training in the following outpatient clinical settings within the Division of Adolescent Medicine.
- A busy, complex primary care practice serving primarily a Medicaid population
- National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC)–certified medicine department of the Hamilton County Juvenile Court Youth Center clinic
- Multidisciplinary transgender medicine consult clinic
- Interdisciplinary eating disorder consult clinic
- Adolescent Medicine general consult clinic that includes training in Nexplanon procedures
- Psychiatry clinic
Examples of elective rotations that fellows may complete during their scholarly time include the following.
- Sports medicine
- College health
- IUD procedures
The inpatient rotation consists of assessment and management of medically unstable patients with eating disorders while working closely with the interdisciplinary eating disorder team. Additionally, the inpatient on-call fellow and attending provide inpatient consultations to other specialties throughout the hospital.
The Transgender Program has developed a Leadership in Transgender Medicine Clinical Track. The majority of fellows follow the General Adolescent Medicine Clinical Track, which does include training in transgender medicine.
- Leadership in Transgender Medicine Clinical Track
Incoming fellows aspiring to leadership positions focused on transgender medicine may choose the Transgender Clinical Track. Fellows on this track will work closely with Lee Ann Conard, DO, MPH, RPh, and Rachel Snedecor, MD, MS, as well as the fellowship director to ensure training to prepare the fellow to run a multidisciplinary transgender clinic. Fellows on the Transgender Clinical Track may choose any scholarly work pathway and will focus their scholarly project on identified gaps in transgender medicine.
- General Adolescent Medicine Clinical Track
A majority of incoming fellows will enter the longstanding General Adolescent Medicine Clinical Track. Fellows on this track will also train with the Transgender team and may do their scholarly work in Transgender medicine but will not participate in the additional requirements of the Leadership in Transgender Medicine Clinical Track.