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2014-15 was a stellar year of awards for UF Pediatrics! Medical Students awarded our pediatrics clerkship the coveted Golden Apple Award based largely on the teaching efforts of our faculty, […]Read More
Nicole Paradise-Black, MD, MEd was awarded the 2013 Walter W. Tunnessen, Jr. MD Award for the Advancement of Pediatric Resident Education.Read More
UF Residency Program Receives Numerous Awards1
UF Residency Program Director Receives Prestigious Awards2
Pediatric Residency Tracks3
Nicole Paradise-Black, MD, MEd was awarded the 2013 Walter W. Tunnessen, Jr. MD Award for the Advancement of Pediatric Resident Education.
Excelling in Child Healthcare Education
The field of pediatrics is changing due to the complexity of the children seen, the technologies available for pediatric care, and the clinical models that we apply. There are also new demands placed upon practitioners due to the skills necessary for clinical and biomedical research exceeding those needed just a decade ago. As such, current models of pediatric residency training need new directions to meet the needs of children and society.
Working within the guidelines mandated by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), we proudly announce new opportunities for training in pediatrics with the creation of novel residency tracks at UF Health Shands Children's Hospital.
UF Pediatric Residency Track Overview
March 28, 2017
March 13, 2017
Date / Time Wednesday March 29, 2017 3:30pm – 5:00pm Location Founders Gallery in the Academic Research Building
February 22, 2017
You and your family are invited to join us for a new and exciting event benefitting Children’s Miracle Network at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital! The Celebrity Gridiron Challenge will...
February 22, 2017
After experiencing the loss of their daughter to leukemia, Michael and Eileen Lauzardo established the Keira Grace Foundation to save the lives of children with cancer in developing countries.Keira...
February 16, 2017