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The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (PCCM) Fellowship is a three-year, ACGME accredited program designed to train clinical and academic leaders in the care of the critically ill infant, child and adolescent.  Fellows receive the clinical training necessary to care for all varieties of medical and surgical critical illness. A major goal of the Fellowship is to provide comprehensive training in clinical, translational and/or basic science research and prepare fellows for careers as academic faculty. To achieve this, fellows have access to research within the Division of Pediatric Critical Care and throughout the entire University of Wisconsin, Madison. The Fellowship is committed to developing an individualized training and mentoring plan to enable each fellow to achieve the fundamental skills and knowledge to be a superb clinician, competent teacher, knowledgeable investigator, and successful academic pediatric critical care physician.

In addition to clinical and research training, a number of Divisional educational conferences support the fellows’ development. Current conferences include: PICU Weekly Sign-Outs, Case Conference, Research Conference, Journal Club, M&M Conference, and Didactic Fellow Lectures.

Find out more about the Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship Program.

Last updated: 06/26/2015
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