Your clinical experience
Fellows are treated as part of the team, expected to take q3 call like the attendings do.
The fellow will be directly involved in all PAG activities at Children’s Mercy including ambulatory visits, hospital consults, surgical, and emergency services. Fellows will participate in the multidisciplinary GUIDE team, devoted to care of children with disorders of sexual differentiation and complex genital anomalies, as well as the Comprehensive Colorectal Center team, and the Turner Syndrome Clinic.
The fellow will rotate through other specialties:
In the OR about 2-3 half days per week and in clinic about 4-6 half days per week.
The fellow will be expected to function as a full member of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology including clinical and didactic instruction to residents and medical students and attendance at departmental and sectional didactics.
Graduate Certificate in Clinical Research
Each fellow is required to obtain a certificate in Clinical Research from the Bioinformatics Department at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. Coursework is expected to be completed prior to finishing fellowship.
Classwork with UMKC for graduate certificate in clinical research is 15 hours, about 3-6 hours per semester
More information visit: https://med.umkc.edu/gc-clinical-research/
Fellows are expected to generate an original research project during their fellowship and to be involved in ongoing multidisciplinary research.