Pediatric Stroke Fellowship
Nationwide Children’s Hospital offers a one-year Pediatric Stroke Fellowship for a post-graduate physician interested in expanding their training and knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric stroke patients.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Department of Neurology and The Ohio State University College of Medicine are pleased to announce a new Pediatric Stroke Fellowship.
Beginning July 2020, the one-year program will allow trainees to gain extensive knowledge and experience in the diagnosis, care and treatment of pediatric stroke. Trainees will have exposure to the Nationwide Children’s Stroke and Vascular Anomalies Clinic, as well as rotations through various departments within Nationwide Children’s and OSU.
What You Need to Know
- Provide supervised clinical work with responsibility for outpatients and inpatients in vascular neurology with attending pediatric neurologists
- Facilitate the interpretation of clinical research in vascular neurology with the foundation of evidence-based medicine
- Provide basic understanding and familiarity with requesting and interpreting vascular imaging studies
- Gain teaching skills by education and by teaching residents and medical students rotating through Nationwide Children’s and OSU inpatient services, and the outpatient Stroke and Vascular Anomalies Clinic at Nationwide Children’s
- Introduce the trainee to clinical research, research methods and QI methods as the first step toward a career as an attending pediatric stroke neurologist
- A possible option for a research year upon agreement from the director, associate director and the Nationwide Children's GME office
- Journal club
- Grand Rounds
- Membership to various neurology societies and associations
Salary and Benefits
Our fellows are hospital employees, and as such, they are eligible for the same benefits other full-time staff receive (with the exception of paid time off, which is outlined.) Click here to learn more about fellowship benefits.
We will select one fellow to begin July 2020. Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Trainees must have completed an ACGME-accredited pediatric neurology residency in North America
- Up-to-date curriculum vitae
- Provide three letters of reference
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