Pediatrics Residency Curriculum PL1

Inpatient
Pediatrics Including Night Team

3 Blocks
Neonatal
Intensive Care Unit

2 Blocks
Emergency Room
1 Block
AmbulatoryCare I & II
2 Blocks
Musculoskeletal Problems
1 Month
DevelopmentalBehavioral
Pediatrics

1 Block

Nursery

1 Block

Elective

1 Block

  • Inpatient Pediatrics: 4-6 weeks night team
  • Q5-6: Call for ambulatory and elective rotations
  • Emergency Room:  9-hr shifts per month
  • NICU: 1 week of nights.

Some Highlights from Selected Months

ALTAmbulatory Care I

An intensive introduction into primary care and the community.

Ambulatory Care II

An introduction to a few of several pediatric subspecialty areas while strengthening connections to your primary care patients:

  • Endocrine
  • GI
  • Genetics
  • Neurology
  • High Risk Infectious Disease
  • Lead Clinic
  • Neurology

 

Developmental / Behavioral Pediatrics

The Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics rotation provides the resident exposure to both typical and atypical child development in a variety of settings including office, hospital, school, and playgroup. Residents work directly with faculty in the diagnosis and management of disorders such as ADHD and autism. In addition, they become acquainted with related subspecialty fields including developmental psychology, neuropsychology, and rehabilitative therapies.

Nursery

This rotation focuses on normal newborn care.  Residents see patients in the normal newborn nursery and in the Continuing Care Nursery, which functions at an intermediate level between the NICU and routine care.

Musculoskeletal Rotation
The orthopedic Shriner's Hospital for New England, the Caribbean, and Cyprus is 5 blocks from Baystate Children’s Hospital, providing our residents a rich resource for rheumatologic and musculoskeletal problems.  Residents are also exposed to issues in sports medicine and physiatry, as well as working with our own rheumatologist.