Teaching physicians who have completed specialty training and have chosen to pursue sub-specialty training in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is an honor and a privilege that all of the UAMS faculty in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care take to heart and perform with great passion. We are committed to educating tomorrow’s leaders today. We strive to be on the cutting edge when it comes to the clinical care and education of physicians. To this end, our faculty and fellows have a PCCM Fellowship Education Committee which continually works to refine and enhance the educational curriculum for physicians training in PCCM at UAMS and ACH.
In August of 2017, the PCCM faculty started taking in-house calls. This provides an attending who is available to answer questions, provide guidance, and assist with a helping hand if needed. The Faculty strives to give adequate supervision while promoting Fellow autonomy. The PCCM curriculum is designed to provide graduated supervision over the 3-year training period.
Conferences and Curriculum
Fellows attend various educational conferences and reviews.
Grow your skills with graduated supervision