Teach and Learn
Our PCCM fellows participate in a broad-range of educational experiences. We conduct our core didactic series during protected education time on Tuesdays 12-3 PM with participation from PCCM fellows and faculty and subspecialty services. Revive Initiative for Resuscitation Excellence provides mobile simulation education for our fellows in the PICU and hospital-wide throughout the year. Additional critical care simulation education occurs during Boot Camp and on simulations days in the first and second years of fellowship training.
We value education and provide opportunties for our PCCM fellows to become leaders in education through participation in the Stanford Medicine Teaching and Mentoring Academy and other medical education programs available on Stanford campus.
- Faculty Lecture Series
- Research Series
- Board Review
- Journal Club
- Ultrasound Series
- Case Conference
- Chalk Talk
- Wellness Series
- Rescucitation Conference
- Simulation Series
Stanford’s LearnPICU website named in the top ten websites in critical care medicine education. Wolbrink, et al. J Intensive Care Med 2018, PMID 29519206.
Conference Recordings & Materials
We post our didatic conference recordings on a member-only Stanford Pediatric Cirtical Care Conferences channel. Our PCCM fellows are able to review prior didactic conferences for on-demand education. Visit Stanford's Mediaspace to login and request membership from the fellowship coordinator or division administrator.
Educational Opportunities for Fellows
Fellow Advanced Educational Opportunities
Composed primarily of residents and fellows across training programs to serve as a “mixing chamber” for trainees to promote collaboration. The three core elements of the program include regular mixers, competitive grant funding to work with a Stanford medical student, and a mentoring program where scholars have the opportunity to mentor medical students. Interested trainees can send an email to their program director or department chair with a summary of why they are interested in joining SPSS and a copy of their CV (nominations generally accepted July-September of each year). More information can be found at: http://med.stanford.edu/ssps.html
A year-long development program in medical education designed to introduce clinical educators to fundamental concepts in education. The seminars are high-yield, relevant, and interactive, providing practical tips for bedside teaching, curriculum development, and education research. The program also offers an honors certificate for those that attend at least 7 seminars and complete a scholarly project. Seminars are held 5:15-6:30 PM on the first Wednesday of every month from August through June.
Interactive grant writing workshop designed for all fellows in the Department of Pediatrics. Dates from October 2nd through January 22nd 2018. The goal is to teach fundamentals of grant writing with a completed CHRI grant ready for the February 2018 submission deadline. Contact Bonnie Halpern-Felsher with questions.
ICCR provides a one week (five days/4 evenings) immersion course for new clinical investigators, senior residents, fellows, and junior faculty interested in pursuing careers in clinical and translational research. Nomination deadlines ~ July each year and courses are held ~ September.
Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign offers both one-year fellowship and semester courses. http://biodesign.stanford.edu/
The Stanford Center for Immersive and Simulation-based Learning Simulation Instructor Course is a 2-day interactive primer for novice and intermediate instructors as well as individuals who are currently using or plan to use immersive and simulation-based learning techniques in their teaching. Enrolled participants will have the opportunity to design, develop and implement their own simulation scenarios in small groups, followed by practice debriefing skills and techniques with direct feedback and coaching from CISL experts.
Over an 11 session series, this course, broken into four modules, provides a step-by-step model for how to design and conduct clinical research at Stanford. Upon course completion, attendees will have an introduction to how to
(1) design and analyze clinical studies and prepare protocols,
(2) comply with “Good Clinical Practice” guidelines for study conduct, data management, and relevant regulations,
(3) understand principles and practices underlying ethical and reproducible research, and
(4) deal with special issues that arise in cancer, pediatric, surgical and cardiovascular research.
The Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University creates a comprehensive research training program designed to provide outstanding training to prepare our fellows to excel as sub-specialty clinicians, researchers, teachers, and become leaders within the field of pediatrics. More information regarding these programs can be found on the Department of Pediatrics website: https://med.stanford.edu/pedsfellowships.html