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Department of Pediatrics

Pediatric Critical Care Training

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Three Year Curriculum
Total Service/three years = 84 weeks = ~21 months
Total Vacation = three weeks per year
Total Research = 63 weeks = ~15 months

 

PICU Four cohorts covered over three years: pulmonary, hematology/oncology, surgical, and neurology/neurosurgical
Transitional ICU Four weeks during both first and second year of fellowship
CICU Four to six weeks per year
Transport Two to three weeks per year. Transportation of patients with Texas Children's Hospital Kangaroo Crew; triage transport calls with Mission Control attending
Anesthesia One week at the start of fellowship and an additional four weeks during the first year of fellowship working with pediatric anesthesiologists
Sedation Two weeks during the first year of fellowship working with Texas Children's Sedation Service.

During the final year of training, fellows assume the role of “Junior Attending” in the PICU. The goal of this role is to facilitate the transition of a senior fellow to junior faculty by permitting the senior fellow to function as an attending physician in the PICU under the supervision of a Pediatric Critical Care Medicine faculty.

 

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Call Assignments/On-Call Duties

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We currently have a night float system with a maximum of 5 nights in a row during a clinical service month.  There are also intermittent night shifts and day shifts that are considered "calls" on 1-2 weekends during each research month.  Otherwise, all research time during the week is protected and call-free.

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Electives

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Fellows also have the opportunity to participate in structured electives, which can include additional research time, additional CICU or PICU exposure, community-based PICU, palliative care, ECMO, pulmonary hypertension and adult surgical critical care and trauma at Ben Taub Hospital, one of two level one trauma centers located within the Texas Medical Center.