PEDS 9710 Advanced Hospital Pediatrics



Deleon; Corpus
Completion of Core Clerkships.

Advanced hospital selectives provide the opportunity for students to assume greater responsibility for patient care of the hospitalized patient, with oversight from supervising residents and attending physicians. Students expand upon competencies they develop during the third year as they care for one to two patients at a time. Additional expectations include responsibility for developing management plans, writing orders, patient handovers and transfers of care, recognizing the policies that support patient safety, and developing competency in procedures that they will perform independently as residents. Fourth year students also assist in teaching third year students.

Advanced Hospital Pediatrics is a hospital based pediatric rotation that utilizes Bronson Children's Hospital as its clinical site. This center is the tertiary care referral center for pediatric disorders in Southwest Michigan. Fourth year students who have successfully completed all Year 3 required clerkships are eligible to register for this course. During this rotation, students will focus on the development of patient management skills as they assume primary responsibility for patient care.

Faculty for this rotation are the Bronson Children's Hospital Pediatric Referral Service.