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The University of California San Diego Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego . University of California, San Diego. Nationally ranked as the 7th best public university ( U.S. News & World Report, 2010 America’s Best Colleges )
The University of California San DiegoPediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego University of California, San Diego
  • Nationally ranked as the 7th best public university (U.S. News & World Report, 2010 America’s Best Colleges)
  • Dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through excellence in education and research
  • 6 undergraduate colleges, 7 professional schools
  • UC San Diego Health Sciences
  • Worldwide reputation for excellence and innovation
  • Proven track record in scientific breakthroughs
  • Health Sciences includes:
  • School of Medicine
  • Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • UC San Diego Medical Group
  • UC San Diego Medical Center
  • The Pediatric Hospital Medicine Division Directorships Medical Director of Chadwick Center for Child Protection Co-Medical Director of Polinsky Children’s Home for neglected and abused children Medical Director of Juvenile Hall Medical Director of Pediatric Hospice Medical Director for Quality and Patient Safety Medical Director of GME Medical Director of Children’s Home Care Director of Inpatient Services at RCHSD Chief Medical Informatics Officer, RCHSD Medical Director, Pediatric Unit, Palomar Medical Center Medical Director, Pediatric Unit, Sharp Grossmont Hospital Co-Director of Children’s Emergency Transport Services Advanced Degrees, and Advanced Clinical Training Masters in Medical Management Masters of Business Administration Masters in Education Board Certification in Hospice Clinical Dermatology Fellowship Genetics Fellowship Ethics formal training Palliative Care formal training Overview
  • Clinical Training
  • Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
  • Academics and Teaching
  • Advocacy
  • Leadership and Career Development
  • Research
  • Clinical Training
  • Admissions and Consultations
  • Children’s Emergency Transport and Trauma
  • Pediatric ICU training
  • Skills knowledge and evaluations
  • Community sites at
  • Palomar Medical Center and Sharp Grossmont Hospital (non-resident services)
  • Quality Improvement and Patient Safety
  • QI and Risk Management Committees
  • Pathways and Algorithms
  • Quality and Safety Core Curriculum
  • Rapid Cycle Improvement with mini-project
  • Academics and Teaching
  • Weekly ward schedule at Rady:
  • * Attending Rounds - team
  • * EBM Conferences
  • * Morning Case Conf
  • * Professor’s Rounds
  • Fellows attend multiple conferences, including: Pediatric, ICU, and CHET M&M; Hospitalist Core Curriculum Series; UCSD Fellows Research Conference; Grand Rounds, and others.
  • Fellows present yearly at the following conferences: Resident Noon Conference, Division Journal Club, UCSD Fellows Research Conference
  • Advocacy
  • Experiences
  • Juvenile Hall
  • Hospice
  • AAP
  • California Specialty Care Coalition
  • Polinsky Children’s Home
  • Chadwick Center for Child Protection
  • Home Care
  • Doctor’s Black Bag Conferences
  • Presentations/Project
  • One mini-project (4-6 week)
  • One presentation to Division or Residents
  • Leadership and Career Development
  • Experiences
  • Risk management, peer review, medical staff
  • Business aspects of medicine
  • Leadership conferences
  • Professionalism in practice
  • Team leadership
  • Career mentorship
  • Research
  • Formal clinical research training through UCSD CREST program: Patient-Oriented Research, Basic Epidemiology, Health Services Research integrated into first year.
  • UCSD Pediatric Fellows Research Conference Series – core research didactic; presentation experience
  • Optional second year CREST and MPH or MAS (MPH or MAS requires 3 yr program; please ask for details)
  • Research mentor selected first year
  • Project to be presented as abstract at SHM, APA, AAP, or other appropriate entity
  • The Two Year Schedule
  • 96 weeks of training over two years
  • *4 weeks of vacation per year to equal 52 week per year
  • 50% of year one is clinical; 50% of year two is research
  • Schedules may be modified to meet the needs of the fellow
  • (training weeks below are estimates)
  • The One Year Schedule National Recognition
  • Ranked among the nation’s best in 6 specialties(U.S. News & World Report, 2009 America’s Best Hospitals)
  • Ranked in the “Top 100 Hospitals to Work For” (Nursing Professionals magazine)
  • Among the nation’s 100 “Most Wired” hospitals for four consecutive years(Hospitals and Health Networks)
  • One of the 25 “Most Wireless” hospitals for three consecutive years(Hospitals and Health Networks)
  • Hospital Medicine Fellowship- San Diego, CAWe are accepting applications for pediatric hospitalist fellowship beginning July 2010. Candidates must be BC/BE in pediatrics by the beginning of the fellowship. Excellent opportunity with diverse curriculum. For direct inquiries, call (858) 966-5841Please send CV, or for further information, contact: Dr. Erin Stucky, c/o Admin assistant Billye Ingle ([email protected])  Children’s Specialists of San Diego–Hospitalists3020 Children's Way, MC 5064San Diego, CA 92123  The University of California San DiegoPediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship at Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego Training tomorrow’s leaders today…
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