Three-Year Program Overview

The neonatal-perinatal fellowship is a 36-month program. It is comprised of 39 four-week periods as follows:

Neonatal Clinical Service - Primary patient care responsibility up to eleven periods. In addition, during the third year of training, residents may be asked to spend one period as acting attending neonatologist ("junior neonatologist"). "Back-up" patient care responsibility up to seven periods which includes night call, high-risk resuscitation.

Infant Progress Clinic - 25-30 clinics, Thursdays 7:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Total of 18 periods, plus partially protected time in 5-6 periods.

At least 54 hours (divided in 1-1/2 hours per week during three months per year and during first period in third year of training).

Three periods over the three year program.

Clinical and Research Meeting Attendance:
Five to eight during entire three-year program.

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