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NYU Long Island School of Medicine Pediatric Residents taking notes.


  • Pediatric Grand Rounds – Traditional grand rounds with external speakers who are national or local experts on wide range of topics.
  • Radiology Rounds – Imaging studies from the inpatient unit and PICU are reviewed with one of the pediatric radiologists.
  • Core Lecture Series – Protected block of time on Tuesday morning for lectures, workshops by Department of Pediatric faculty. This 18-month curriculum is based on the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) content specification.
  • Pediatric Board Review – Weekly board review starting from January to May for all third year residents who are blocked off from clinical responsibilities.
  • NICU Conference – Weekly discussion with the NICU team focusing on topics related to perinatology.
NYU Long Island School of Medicine Pediatric Residents in training.


  • Journal Club – Article review using evidence-based medicine led by a third year resident.
  • Teaching Resident Lecture – Large group teaching by a third year resident on board relevant topics.
  • Patient Safety and Medical Errors – Monthly meeting attended by the inpatient team and Chief Quality and Safety Officer for Children’s Services to discuss adverse events and near misses.
  • Maternal Fetal Medicine Conference – First year resident from the NICU presents a case to neonatologists and maternal-fetal medicine specialists for an interactive discussion on management and outcome.
  • Multidisciplinary Conference – Monthly meeting with an interesting case presented by the resident. This interactive conference is attended by all the residents and faculty.
  • Dean’s Conference – Monthly conference focusing on the clinical history and physical exam in the diagnostic process. The resident presents a case with discussion led by Steven Shelov (Founding Dean of NYU Long Island School of Medicine).
  • Trauma Simulation – Trauma simulation scenarios led by one of the pediatric emergency physicians at the NYU Winthrop Hospital Simulation Center. Residents also have hands on training on suturing, splinting, casting, and other ED procedures.
  • Mock Codes – Unannounced on-site mock code with the use of a high fidelity mannequin in the NICU, PICU, or inpatient unit. Mock code is followed by debriefing sessions to discuss what went well, identify learning gaps, discuss best practice, and answer questions.
NYU Long Island School of Medicine Pediatric Residents in training.

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Madeline Betances

Pediatric Residency Coordinator

NYU Winthrop Hospital
Dept. of Pediatrics
259 First Street
Mineola, NY 11501

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