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UTMB Pediatric Residency Program Curriculum


OVERALL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR THE RESIDENCY PROGRAM - linked here

 

INDIVIDUAL CURRICULUM COMPONENTS - linked below, click on the name of the component
Detailed curricula for each curriculum component are linked below, each with with administrative details, educational activities/schedules, goals and objectives, and instructions for self-assessment. Residents are expected to review each curriculum component, self-evaluate, and set personal goals.

GENERAL PEDIATRICS (required)    
Adolescent Medicine Rupp PGY1
Behavioral-Developmental Pediatrics Mize PGY2
Child Abuse & Neglect ("ABC") Sarpong PGY2
Continuity Practice:  PGY1  PGY2  PGY3 Beach PGY1, 2, 3 longitudinal
Emergency Pediatrics Mileski PGY2, 3
General Inpatient Pediatric:  Intern  Upper Level (days or nights) Gerik PGY1, PGY2,3
Health & Development (normal development, well-child care) Niebuhr PGY1
Newborn Nursery:  Intern   Upper Level Nights Geary PGY1, PGY2,3
Same Day Sarpong PGY1
Surgery for Primary Care Hairfield PGY1
Urgent Care:  PGY1   PGY2 & PGY3 Bly PGY1, 2, 3
SUBSPECIALTY PEDIATRICS    
Cardiology Aly core elective
Endocrinology Lee core elective
Hematology-Oncology Hooda required PGY3
Genetics Ray core elective
Infectious Diseases J. Patel core elective
Neonatology - ISCU (InfantSpecialCareUnit): PGY1   PGY2   PGY3 Geary required PGY1,2,3
Nephrology Balachandra core elective
Neurology Dreyer core elective
Pediatric Intensive Care  (PICU):   Texas Children's, Driscoll Children's Chavez required
Radiology Swischuk elective
INTEGRATED-LONGITUDINAL CURRICULA (required)
Communications (in Blackboard) (nothing posted here) Mize PGY1
Professionalism Niebuhr/Beach PGY1 longitudinal
Research Bourne/Hairfield PGY1, 2, 3 longitudinal
School Health Rogers PGY2 longitudinal
CONFERENCE SERIES    
Board Review Series Sanchez PGY1,2,3
Grand Rounds / Mortality-Morbidity Conferences Rogers PGY1,2,3
Morning Report Chief Resident PGY1,2,3
Friday Core Curriculum Conferences Chief Resident PGY1,2,3

1 RC guidelines read: The program must possess a written statement that outlines its educational goals with respect to the knowledge, skills, and other attributes of residents for each major assignment and for each level of the program. This statement must be distributed to residents and faculty, and must be reviewed with residents prior to their assignments.
 

If you identify errors on this page, or if curriculum directors wish to make any changes in the posted curricula, contact Virginia Niebuhr. vniebuhr@utmb.edu
Last revision: 11/25/2013