Education and Training
Continuing Medical Education
Physicians and other pediatric healthcare professionals receive knowledge and skills necessary to enhance their practice and improve healthcare outcomes.
Children's National Health System, one of America's premier teaching hospitals, offers many professional education and training opportunities for doctors, nurses, and non-clinical staff.
The variety of research and education opportunities help develop and expand the expertise in pediatric care.
Our educational resources for physicians, nurses, physician assistants, social workers and other allied health professionals include CME, Grand Rounds, outreach education, and other events.
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Children's National Health System's Office of Continuing Medical Education assists the institution in carrying out its mission by supporting and assisting faculty to develop and produce formal continuing medical education activities.
Children's National Health System residency training programs offer top notch medical education and experience complementing Children's commitment to excellence. Residents participate in a rigorous curriculum providing many research, conference and learning opportunities.
Children's National Health System training programs offer top notch medical education and experience complementing Children's commitment to excellence. Residents and Fellows participate in a rigorous curriculum providing many research, conference and learning opportunities.
Over the past two decades, general emergency physicians have become increasingly proficient with bedside ultrasonography and have developed new uses for emergency ultrasound, mainly in adult patients.
Welcome to Children’s National Health System's Office of Medical Student Education, the home of Pediatric Medical Student Education for George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences (GWUMC).
Children's National Health System's educational mission is to support the highest standard of excellence in caring for children by preparing pediatric caregivers, both within and beyond our walls, to practice outstanding pediatric medicine in the 21st century.
Children’s National Health System offers clinically based internship and externship programs where students get the opportunity to experience the highest quality of care our nationally recognized experts provide on a daily basis.
Observers is a term applied to physicians who have completed medical school but are not licensed to practice in the District of Columbia nor a trainee in any US or Canadian approved residency program. Such individuals usually are graduates of foreign medical schools who desire exposure to hospital practice in the United States.
We offer opportunities for nurses to enhance professional development in nursing practice, education, administration, and research aimed at improving patient care outcomes and patient safety.
Learn more about some of the other programs offered by Children's National Health System.