This fellowship is designed to develop expert clinicians with an advanced understanding and appreciation of various aspects of the care of pediatric patients with a tuberculosis infection or disease, as well as a broader appreciation of the public health aspects of tuberculosis infection and disease.
Fellows are able to tailor their year of training to suit their individual interests, in addition to mandatory clinical undertakings to create a foundation in infectious disease practice.
The program has three primary streams of focus: clinical management, diagnostics and infection control and public/population health as related to tuberculosis. Spend six blocks of clinical training and one block working with staff at the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority's Integrated Tuberculosis Services (ITBS).
Train to be a leader
This program attracts and trains leaders in the field, in conjunction with the University of Manitoba Pediatric Infectious Diseases Training Program.
Rapidly evolving field
Academic clinicians with additional experience and training in this area are a priority in the fields of pediatric medicine and public health, especially in the field as rapidly evolving as pediatric infectious diseases.
Complete residency details, including program curriculum, application requirements and selection criteria can be found on the Canadian Resident Matching Service website.
Admission and application requirements
To be considered for admission to the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship in Tuberculosis, you must have a minimum of:
- An undergraduate degree in medicine
- Fluency in English
These are minimum requirements to be considered for entry into the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship in Tuberculosis. Meeting these requirements does not guarantee acceptance into the program.
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