Prestigious honors for pediatric residency program director
Pediatric Hospital Medicine Award for Collaborative Impact
The award recognizes a group that has worked collaboratively on a project relevant to the field of pediatric hospital medicine and that has a significant impact on children’s health and/or the practice of hospital pediatrics. Working with educational leaders across the country, Dr. Paradise Black, developed the APEX teaching program, a longitudinal blended learning program that provides pediatric hospitalists with the knowledge and skills to be successful clinician educators.
Walter W. Tunnessen, Jr. MD Award for the Advancement of Pediatric Resident Education
The Walter W. Tunnessen, Jr. MD Award for the Advancement of Pediatric Resident Education from the Association of Pediatric Program Directors’ honors a Program Director or Associate Program Director (past or present) for extraordinary or innovative contribution(s) in pediatric graduate medical education.
The 2013 recipient is:
Nicole Paradise Black, MD, MEd
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Director, Pediatric Residency Program
Dr. Black was also awarded the UF David A. Paulus Award for Clinical Excellence in 2013.