This course provides a unique opportunity for medical professionals to gain a competitive edge and make a positive impact on the lives of pediatric patients. You can develop expertise in managing pediatric patients with acute and chronic illnesses and gain experience by working with multidisciplinary teams to deliver high-quality care.
The Fellowship in Pediatrics caters to international medical graduates seeking to gain insights into the US healthcare system and apply for residency in the country. It is a well-rounded program that includes a 4-week clinical rotation in pediatrics and an in-depth exploration of the US healthcare system, encompassing policies and regulations.
This course enables the students to study a broad range of basic, translational and clinical science related to child health, including major strengths in infectious diseases, vaccines, developmental immunology and hematology, neurosciences, and gastroenterology.
The Fellowship in Pediatrics helps in understanding evidence-based diagnostic and treatment plans for children by formulating appropriate testing and treatment strategies for children. It helps you understand how to calculate and administer accurate drug dosages. The course will also cover the aspects of child psychology and behavior management, which differs significantly from adults during treatment procedures.
Learning complex medical concepts in the traditional didactic textbook and lecture format can be alienating for students. It prevents the opportunity to apply this knowledge clinically. Fellowship in Pediatrics incorporates a Case-Based Learning Approach within the Medvarsity Learning Framework to address this gap in medical education.
The 4-week rotation in the US familiarizes and acculturates an International Medical Graduate (Indian Medical Students/ Doctors) to the practice of medicine in an American clinical setting, and provides international students with an introduction to American Medicine as they will experience it in a hospital-based residency program.
This course benefits medical students/doctors applying to residency programs in the United States, providing excellent clinical experience and an overview of the US healthcare system. Accepted students are encouraged to explore their areas of interest in ongoing research and initiatives through recent publications or specific projects. Both the doctor and the student collaborate to pursue suitable research projects tailored especially to individual interests during the program.
At the end of each rotation, the supervising physician will provide you with feedback based on a standardized American Medical Association (AMA) clinical evaluation format. A complimentary review and critique of your resume and personal statement, including tips and suggestions for improvements, will be provided. Based on the performance your preceptor will write you a letter to support your goal of achieving a residency.
Upon completing this course and the contact program, you will receive a certificate in the Fellowship in Pediatrics.
Medvarsity has now tied up with some of the leading Non-Banking Financial Companies to extend financial support to you by offering loans for various courses.
Loan can be availed from Non-banking Financial Company (NBFCs) – Propelld and EduvanzNon-banking Financial Company (NBFCs) may charge you interest rate or pre-closure amounts as per their policy.Loan approval is at the discretion of the financial institute and is subject to their terms and conditions.