Ambulatory medicine is an important part of pediatric training, and our weekly continuity clinics promote resident learning through both active patient care and didactic sessions.
Before the start of each clinic, continuity clinic attendings sit down with residents to lead discussions of various topics important to pediatric outpatient medicine. Residents prepare for these sessions by reviewing online readings or interactive Hopkins modules prior to clinic. This is part of a multi-year curriculum to ensure that they are well prepared to care for children in an outpatient setting, and is a required part of resident education.
Readings and modules should be completed prior to the date listed so that you can actively participate in discussions.
The “Physical Exam Series” PDFs are emailed out at the beginning of each academic year.
How to Access Hopkins Curriculum:
- From Johns Hopkins Physician Education and Assessment Center, select “Pediatrics Ambulatory Care Curriculum”
- Enter your e-mail address and password.
- Select the appropriate module from the dropdown menu.