The Section's educational activities include experiences for fellows, pediatric and family medicine residents (first-, second-, and third-year), physician assistant interns, and medical students (first-, second-, third-, and fourth-year). Training occurs in the form of supervised clinical care, formal and informal lectures, and thorough use of electronic training media.
Fellow activities include precepting medical students, physician assistants, and residents in Child Health Clinic, Same-Day Sick, and Pediatric Group Practice. For further information, please visit our Fellowship Web page.
Resident educational activities include patient care responsibilities in Child Health Clinic, Same-Day Sick, and Special Care Clinic, a clinic for children with special health care needs, as well as in the newborn nursery at University of Colorado Hospital. In addition, residents participate in a Cleft Lip/Cleft Palate Clinic with a General Academic Pediatrics attending.
Physician assistant interns and medical students have clinical educational experiences in Child Health Clinic, Same-Day Sick, and in the newborn nursery at University of Colorado Hospital. In addition to clinical experiences, trainees also participate in a seminar and lecture series.
Elective rotations in general pediatric care are available to a limited number of students. Please contact Maya Bunik, MD (email@example.com) if you are interested in learning more about clinical educational opportunities.