We are proud to offer residents the opportunity to pursue concentrations within the normal residency program that are tailored to their interests and career goals. Current pathways include:
The Global Health Track for pediatric residents is designed to foster personal growth while teaching topics and providing tools that will serve them in their careers. Residents have the opportunity to engage in local global experiences in addition to international and domestic rotations in a variety of locations that emphasize ethical and sustainable partnerships.
Pediatric Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Pathway
This pathway provides pediatric Osteopathic residents a structured mechanism to maintain and perfect skills in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine while completing the requirements of pediatric residency training. The three-year longitudinal pathway operates in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.
Primary Care in Pediatrics (PCP)
In the longitudinal, three-year PCP pathway, we provide residents a bolstered experience in general pediatrics through mentorship, intensified continuity clinic exposure, individualized learning opportunities, and participation in quality improvement/scholarship with a primary care focus.
In the longitudinal, three-year PUBLISH pathway, residents will be paired with a core PUBLISH mentor. The mentor-mentee pair will work closely on a defined research project within the mentor’s scope of expertise and will develop the residents’ expertise in scholarly work.
Physician Scientist Training Pathway
The Physician Scientist Training Pathway is designed to train the next generation of pediatric physician scientists in new approaches to improve child health. We provide extended research time, concierge mentoring, and a research training curriculum to prepare the trainee for subspecialty training and an academic research career.