Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship Educational Conferences

Monday Case Conference: Fellows and faculty gather every Monday at 1pm to discuss recent interesting clinical cases. A faculty "discussant" provides a differential diagnosis and management plan for each case, and fellows lead a discussion of the interesting components of the case and learning opportunities or new areas of discovery.

Pediatric ID Journal Club: Fellows and faculty rotate on a monthly basis to discuss recent interesting or impactful articles within the field of pediatric infectious diseases.

Red Book Review: This board prep curriculum is led by the Fellowship Program Directors, and features a discussion of a small section of the AAP Red Book each week (Tuesdays at noon); so, that by the end of the 3-year fellowship program, each fellow will have covered the Red Book twice, with faculty facilitation.

Faculty Didactics: Fellows received a didactic lecture on a monthly basis from the Pediatric ID faculty on a variety of board-relevant and clinically useful topics.

Pediatric Grand Rounds: Pediatric Grand Rounds are held every Tuesday morning from 7:45-8:45am in the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt Theater (Room 2210).

Pediatric Research Conferences: Pediatric Research Conferences are held each Monday from noon-1pm in the Wadlington Conference Room at Children's Hospital (VCH 2202).