THE HIGHEST ACADEMIC STANDARD
We have had a highly successful board examination pass rate over the past twenty years. What sets us apart is that we don't just teach to boards, we teach to clinical practice and to real life.
The learning experiences in our residency are designed to help our trainees grow in pediatric rehabilitation, general pediatric, and PM&R knowledge. Our objectives and curriculum are dynamic, with active adaptation to resident feedback and to changes within our ever-evolving field. Our program values all learners and educators and promotes a learning environment where residents feel supported, challenged, valued, and respected.
at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Our educational program for PM&R residents at Jefferson is comprehensive in nature. The 18-month didactic curriculum cycle is designed to reflect the ACGME core competencies and supplements clinical activity and scholarly research. Although certain topics will cycle through over the 18 months, we continue to emphasize the foundational components of physiatry with certain topics including anatomy and EMG that will be repeated annually.
Dedicated time is reserved for residents each Wednesday from 7AM-12PM, with abstention from all clinical duties, including pages. Residents also attend annual city-wide courses focusing on EMG, gait, and prosthetics.
SPINAL CORD INJURY
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
at Nemours Children's Hospital - Delaware
The house officers and attendings will discuss an interesting case presented by an upper-year resident. This is one of the highlights of our program, as it always leads to great discussions between the house staff, general pediatric attending, and subspecialty attendings. The morning report also is well-attended by the faculty.
Faculty members from the general pediatric division and subspecialties present lectures to the house staff and medical students. Each month, the house staff also attends seminars on ethics, case conferences, and morbidity and mortality conferences during this one-hour time period. This time is protected for the residents’ education.
Grand rounds are longstanding educational tradition. At Nemours, we cover a broad range of pediatric care and subspecialty topics to continue promoting professional development across all subspecialties. Click below to explore the calendar of upcoming talks.
As an intern, when you are on your Y block (following the x+y model) you will have a weekly education day that is dedicated to special topics further enhancing your educational experience.
Lunch is are provided during noon conference daily for all residents.
PEDIATRIC REHABILITATION DIDACTICS