Program Director:
Jeffrey H. Silber, MD, PhD

Program (Administrative) Contact:
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Brief Description:
The PHEOT program is a 2-year research fellowship designed to provide physicians with training in hospital epidemiology and outcomes research. Through a combination of formal coursework and mentored research projects, trainees will develop expertise in comparative effectiveness research, quality measurement, severity adjustment and economic evaluation as they relate to pediatric hospital care. The PHEOT program will train the next generation of clinical scientists who will help us to understand how to best measure and improve outcomes, assure patient safety, and manage costs for hospitalized children.

Total Number of Trainee Slots (per year):
5 physician fellows

Eligible candidates should hold an MD or DO degree. All candidates must certify that they are either a U.S. Citizen, a non-citizen national of the United States, or a lawful permanent resident.

Web Site / Additional Information:
Pediatric Hospital Epidemiology and Outcomes Research Training Program Description

Application Process/Dates:
Application and 3 letters of reference and other documentation required (please visit training program's website for application and deadlines)

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