Beaumont HospitalProfessional Education

Pediatric Residency, Royal Oak

About

The goal of the Pediatric Residency Program is to provide comprehensive didactic and clinical educational experiences, which will prepare residents to

  • provide complete, coordinated care to a broad range of patients
  • develop a wide and comprehensive fund of knowledge about pediatric medicine
  • perform diagnostic and therapeutic pediatric procedures
  • carry out professional responsibilities with adherence to ethical principles
  • demonstrate sensitivity to a diverse patient population
  • develop and maintain effective interpersonal and communication skills
  • adhere to the principles of life-long learning and evidence-based practice
  • develop an understanding of the larger context and system of health care

Benefits

Competitive salary and benefits are provided to all resident and fellows. In addition, the Pediatric Residency program provides:

  • access to extensive Beaumont Health and OUWB School of Medicine library, resources, databases, E-books, E-journals, reference tools, board reviews online, and mobile applications, including: Medline, Mircomedex Healthcare Series, OvidWeb Databases, Pediatric Care Online, PubMed, STAT!Ref, UptoDate, and many more
  • The Harriet Lane Handbook
  • certification in BLS, PALS, NRP courses
  • annual membership in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
  • AAP educational resources, including: PediaLink, PREP® online (Pediatrics in Review® and PREP® Self-Assessment), EQIPP, Pediatrics®, National Conference and Exhibition, and subspecialty CME courses
  • additional AAP resources, including AAP News, AAP SmartBrief, PedJobs, AAP Insurance Program, Life After Training – guide for graduating residents
  • AAP funding opportunities, including
    • Anne E. Dyson Child Advocacy Award, Resident research grants, International Elective Award, Program Delegate Award, Resident (hardship) scholarships, legislative conference grants, CATCH grants
  • Board Review Course
  • SEMCME research workshop series, SEMCME chief and resident workshop
  • Residents as Teachers (RAT) program
  • Certificate of Advanced Training in Pain Management
  • many courses, workshops, and symposia throughout residency training, including research courses at Beaumont through the Research Institute, financial planning, Beaumont University, and related lectures
  • Bwell, employee wellness program

Residency Programs

Fellowship Programs

Fellowship Programs
(no ACGME accreditation)


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