Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship Courses :: Nationwide Children's Hospital

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship Courses

 

Conference Faculty Course Description Frequency R*/O Fellow Role
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Fellow Review  DBP  This conference is specifically geared toward the preparing the fellows for the DBP board examination. Presentation and topics are re revised regularly based on the results of DBP board, in-training examination scores and fellows’ interests.  1x week R Co-moderator, presents and participates in discussion
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Essentials DBP This conference utilizes a systems-based approach to cover fundamental topics of developmental-behavioral pediatrics. Presentations are given by faculty from DBP and other subspecialties. Topics presented are chosen to reflect the areas of emphasis of the DBP board examination and are revised regularly based on the results of DBP board and in-training examination scores. 2x month R Co-moderator, presents and participates in discussion
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Journal Club DBP Meeting of DBP fellows and faculty to discuss relevant journal articles. 1x month R Co-moderator, presents and participates in discussion
Fellowship Core Competency Lecture Series   NCH Monthly GME conferences held to address topics that relate to all fellows in various areas of training. Topics of these conferences include Excellence in Teaching, Risk Management, Managing Stress and Fatigue, Career success in Academic Medicine. 1x month R Participates in Q&A component 
Tuesday Research Lecture Series NCH Weekly conferences that address topics related to research for trainees including Developing Grant Ideas, Writing a Manuscript, Molecular Biology 101, Planning a Research Study. Fellows are also given the opportunity to present his or her research in a relaxed atmosphere with other trainees. 1x week R Participates in Q&A component
Pediatric Grand Rounds NCH & Visiting Faculty Hospital-wide conference that is geared towards all general pediatricians and pediatric subspecialties. Various topics are presented weekly by local and nationally acclaimed experts in the field of pediatrics and pediatric subspecialties. 1x week,
R 2x monthly 
R Participates in Q&A component
QI Education Overview NCH Two-hour course outlining NCH’s approach to QI. Required for all fellows.   1x, 1st year R Participates in Q&A component
Cutting Edge: The DAP Education Series  NCH A seminar presented bi-weekly during the academic year by CDC faculty. Cutting Edge seeks to cover topics that will generate discussion and lead to innovations in clinical practice and applied research at the CDC. 2x month O Participates in discussion and Q&A component 
Psychiatry Journal Club PSYCH Meeting of Psychiatry fellows and faculty to discuss relevant journal articles. 2x month O Participates in discussion
Psychology Seminar Series  NCH Speakers from various disciplines of psychology discuss relevant topics and highlight research and developments within psychology. 4x month, 1st year O Participates in discussion and Q&A component 
Genetics Core Didactic Conference NCH Speakers from various disciplines of genetics discuss relevant topics and highlight research and developments within genetics. 1x week, 2nd year O Participates in discussion and Q&A component 
Neurology Clinical Conference NCH Speakers from various disciplines of neurology discuss relevant topics and highlight research and developments within neurology. 1x week, 2nd year O Participates in discussion and Q&A component
LEND Course: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Developmental Disabilities OSU The latest information about developmental disabilities across the life span from a variety of perspectives is covered. Participants are introduced to pertinent philosophical, ethical and legal issues concerning this special needs population. Information on theory and practice is provided. Learning formats include classroom instruction, observation and participation in interdisciplinary teams and critical analysis of clinical and administrative teams. 1x week, fall semester R Presents and participates in discussion and Q&A component 
LEND Course: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Autism Spectrum Disorders  OSU An introduction to autism spectrum disorders from an interdisciplinary perspective. The course goal is to develop analytical skills necessary to comprehend and formulate an interdisciplinary framework relating to major scientific and theoretical perspectives in evaluation and intervention practices for children and adults with ASD. 1x week, spring semester R Presents and participates in discussion and Q&A component 
LEND Leadership Seminar OSU Seminar presents didactic information, lecturer and trainee led discussion, and directed practice related to the development of leadership skills, with a particular focus on critical MCH leadership competencies and public health and policy concerns. 1x week, 1st year R Presents and participates in discussion and Q&A component 
OSU Psychopharmacology OSU Beginner and advanced psychopharmacology courses taught by OSU psychiatry faculty. 1x week, 1st year, 1st quarter R Participates in discussion and Q&A component 
OSU Psychiatry Grand Rounds   OSU
An examination of current practice patterns, updates from emerging clinical research and translating evidence-based practice guidelines into clinical practice.
 
4x month O Participates in discussion and Q&A component 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*”Required” conference participation varies. Some courses require 100% attendance, while others require fellows to attend a fraction of the courses offered.  

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