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Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Pediatric Hospital Medicine (PHM) Fellowship Program, a two-year program (participating in the ®National Resident Matching Program Fall match), offers a dynamic learning experience within an innovative, collaborative and learner-centric environment.

Innovative Learning Environment
The Mission of the PHM fellowship program is to train the next generation of leaders in Pediatric Hospital Medicine within an innovative, collaborative, personalized and learner-centric environment. Fellows will develop superior skills in delivering family-engaged patient care through a systems-based model, advocating for safety, quality and value-based care, and in advancing scientific research and investigation.

Our simulation center, led by Jennifer Arnold, M.D., M.Sc., FAAP, will expose fellows to state-of-the-art simulation experiences with the most advanced technology available for simulation-based learning.

A personalized academic structure will allow the fellow to advance individual learning objectives and develop expertise in a specialized area of interest with the following highlights:

  • Individualized learning objectives
  • Weekly “on-the-job” mentorship meetings
  • Opportunities to develop expertise in specific areas of individual interest
  • Emphasis on active learning and simulation

Research and Investigation

The Johns Hopkins All Children’s PHM fellowship program provides the fellow a range of opportunities to pursue clinical, integrative basic science and translational research, as well as quality improvement and educational scholarship.
 

At a Glance

Location: Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital,
St. Petersburg, Florida

  • 259-bed hospital
  • 97-bed Level 3 NICU
  • 84 Medical/surgical beds
  • 36-40 patients per day divided amongst three resident teams led by hospitalists
  • Fellows per year: One
  • Duration: Two years

The program benefits from research collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Medicine campus in Baltimore, Md., and the Armstrong Institute.

 Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Clinical and Translational Research Organization (CTRO) includes the Research and Grant Administration Core, Study Design and Analysis Core, the Pediatric Biorepository, the Research Operations Core, the Database Design and Data Management Core, the Investigational Drug-Services Core, the Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance Core, and the Investigational New Drug/Investigational Device Exemption Core.

Program Leadership 

Robert “Bob” Dudas, M.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and serves as the chair of General Pediatrics, Hospital and Adolescent Medicine for Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.

Dr. Dudas established the Pediatric Hospitalist Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, Md., and served as its medical director until joining Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in 2015. His research interests include medical education with a focus on clinical skills development, simulation and learning technologies. His scholarly activity includes more than 25 peer-reviewed articles and educational materials and 60 national presentations, posters and workshops.

Dr. Dudas has won institutional teaching awards from both medical students and residents and he received the 2013 Outstanding Achievement in Education Award from the Institute for Excellence in Education at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

The following year (2014) he was awarded the Teaching and Education Award from the Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics. He received the 2015 Academic Pediatric Association (APA) Teaching Program Award for his role in the Harriet Lane Pediatric Medical Education Program as well as the 2015 APA Teaching Award for Faculty. He serves on the editorial teams for American Academy of Pediatrics Journals Pediatrics and Hospital Pediatrics.

Dr. Kimberly Collins is a pediatric hospitalist and the associate program director of the pediatric hospital medicine fellowship at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. She joined the hospital in 2014 and serves as a core faculty member of the pediatric residency program and co-director of the residency program’s hospitalist rotation. 

Dr. Collins is a graduate of the University of Toledo College of Medicine, where she also completed her pediatric residency and served as chief pediatric resident. Her academic interests include medical education and simulation.

OUR FELLOWS

Dr. John M. Morrison specializes in the care of hospital patients as a pediatric hospital fellow and chief resident in the Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. His clinical interests include developing and practicing evidence-based pediatric medicine with an emphasis on patient-centered, cost-effective care. He is also interested in the role of poverty in child health.

Dr. Morrison received his medical degree and his doctorate of philosophy, pathology and microbiology from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He graduated from the inaugural Johns Hopkins All Children’s residency.

He is certified in pediatric advanced life support and the neonatal resuscitation program. Dr. Morrison’s research projects include characterizing mechanisms of antibiotic tolerance and development of novel adjunct antimicrobial agents. Dr. Morrison received the inaugural Allen W. Root, M.D. Award for Continuous Excellence in Residency in 2017.

CLINICAL

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital is the primary training site for the PHM fellow. This 259-bed hospital is home to a 56-bed pediatric medicine unit and 28-bed neurosurgery and surgery unit.

Many of the patients on these units are cared for by the hospitalist team, either independently or co-managing with a wide range of surgical and medical subspecialty services.

Sarasota Memorial Hospital is an 829-bed regional hospital with a 28-bed pediatric unit, which collaborates with Johns Hopkins All Children’s to provide exceptional care for children. Sarasota Memorial is staffed by Johns Hopkins All Children’s pediatric hospitalists.
  
Personalized Academics

  • Individualized learning objectives
  • Weekly “on-the-job” mentorship meetings
  • Opportunities to develop expertise in specific areas of individual interest
  • Emphasis on active learning and simulation

Timeline and Process

  1. The Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship is a two-year fellowship program.
  2. One fellow per year will be accepted for fellowship training.
  3. National recruitment begins each July with applications due by Oct. 15.
  4. Interviews will be conducted in August-November.
  5. Our fellowship uses the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) Fall Pediatric Specialties Match.
  6. Link to application
 
Core Clinical Rotations Systems and Scholarship Individualized Curriculum
8 months 8 months 8 months
Hospital Medicine Improvement Science Child Abuse and Neglect
Complex Care Clinical and Translational Research Palliative Care
Surgical Co-management Medical Education Pain Management
Critical Care (EM, PICU, NICU, Transport) Leadership Transport Medicine
Newborn Care Practice Management Emergency Medicine
  Patient Safety Further study in “Systems and Scholarship” areas
  Advocacy Medical informatics
    Time to further develop scholarship