The trainee identifies a project and mentor, collects and analyzes data, and submits findings for presentation at an academic meeting.
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine-1:
The trainee provides care with pediatric and PMR residents during the first two inpatient months. During the last three months, the trainee functions as the junior attending physician working with the primary attending physician to manage patients and provide rehabilitation care.
The trainee sees patients in clinics during neonatal follow-up, preschool, and school age. The trainee acquires knowledge about pediatric examination at different ages, developmental screening, neuro-protective strategies for premature birth, and obstacles to learning such as ADHD.
Day hospital pediatric rehabilitation:
The trainee evaluates and manages patients in the Kennedy Krieger Specialized Transition Program (STP).
Community pediatric rehabilitation:
The trainee visits community resources, vocational centers, group homes, home visits, special needs schools, and private therapy practices.
Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine-2:
The trainee sees patients in cerebral palsy, concussion, neurogenetics, and selective dorsal rhizotomy clinics. The trainee also acquires knowledge about electro-diagnostics studies by attending the EMG clinic at Johns Hopkins