Pediatric emergency medicine fellows have the opportunity to broaden their clinical knowledge and acquire skills necessary for effective teaching in a variety of settings. In addition to weekly fellows’ conferences that cover a broad curriculum of clinical knowledge, educational strategies and clinical research techniques, fellows also participate in the following educational experiences:

  • Certificate OR master’s program in medical education, clinical and translational research, or public health, completed over the three years of fellowship and fully-funded 
  • Duke University’s “How to Teach Evidence Based Clinical Practice” workshop
  • National Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship conference
  • Difficult Airway Course
  • Opportunity to become a certified PALS instructor
  • Opportunity to become a simulation facilitator  

Throughout the pediatric emergency medicine fellowship, trainees have multiple opportunities to become expert educators. The fellows participate, with guidance, in teaching multiple conferences, including:

  • Divisional journal club
  • Divisional research conference
  • Toxicology conference
  • Ultrasound conference
  • Board review
  • Case conference
  • University of Cincinnati combined EM / PEM conference
  • Regional EMS conferences
  • Combined PEM / Radiology conference
  • Combined PEM / PICU conference