Typical Resident Schedule
Each work day begins with Morning Report. Residents and faculty meet and review the patients admitted to the ward and PICU overnight. Following the evening’s “headlines,” second- and third-year residents present a brief teaching case on a topic of their choosing. Faculty and residents then discuss the topic in a relaxed, informal atmosphere.
These lunch-hour conferences provide an opportunity for informal exchange of ideas between faculty, fellows, residents, and students. The year begins with a series of Acute Care Conferences and continues with topics that include the subspecialties as well as general pediatrics.
Allergy/Immunology, Behavioral Pediatrics, Cardiology, Computing and Informatics, Developmental Pediatrics, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology and Nutrition, Genetics, Hematology/Oncology, Neonatology, Nephrology, Neurology, Rheumatology, Surgery, Toxicology
- Chief Resident’s Conference
- Housestaff Meeting
- Journal Club
- Morbidity & Mortality Conference
As a second-year or a third-year resident, you will have the opportunity to attend a medical meeting during each year of your training. Many of our residents present at a national level every year, and you’ll have the option to attend national, regional or local meetings that align with your clinical and research interests.