The Johns Hopkins All Children's Pediatric Residency Program is educationally-driven in its philosophy and its design.
Our educationally-driven approach was developed in response to the ACGME's call to action to engage residents more meaningfully in individualized education. We strive to use sound educational principles in our approach to program, curriculum, and rotation design to ensure an appropriate balance of service and education for the residents. This approach allows us to design unique educational programs during which our residents can participate in novel training opportunities and explore their individual interests. The Pediatric Residency Program contains innovative curricula and experiential learning activities, such as:
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital residents are leaders within an innovative program and forward-thinking institution.
In addition to clinical training, residents receive training in education, health systems science, patient safety and leadership. Residents work with interdisciplinary teams to change and improve pediatric health care delivery and systems of care for the future. We believe that resident physicians can and should lead these changes with their peers and faculty colleagues.