Fellow and Junior Faculty Involvement

1. Participate in upcoming research workshops

2. Participation as mentors in the Academic Pediatric Association Research Scholars Program

Nearly all of the PRIS Executive Council members participate as mentors in the Academic Pediatric Association Research Scholars Program. This is a 3-year faculty development program designed to help Academic Pediatric Association​ members interested in enhancing their academic credentials to develop research skills and to plan, implement, and write-up a research project. For more information about the program, including application instructions, visit: https://www.academicpeds.org/research/APA_ResearchScholarsProgram.cfm

3. Outreach and research education for Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Directors

 

There are now over 40 Pediatric Hospital Medicine fellowship programs across the country. Programs vary in their emphasis on research training. In an effort to boost the abilities of program directors to identify research training opportunities for their fellows. PRIS Executive Council members formed a Research Subcommittee of the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Directors' Council. The subcommittee plans to offer a series of webinars and other opportunities to enhance research education and interest among fellowship directors and the fellows they teach. For more information about PHM Fellowships, please visit http://phmfellows.org/