What patients and families need to know
Areas of Focus
Children’s National is committed to providing high-quality education for future pediatric providers and specialists.
We provide a world-class education and training to pediatric residents in a nurturing environment in order to improve child health from a local, regional, national and global perspective through clinical care, education, advocacy and research.
Included in our residency programs are the opportunity to a focus on research, advocacy, community health and global health, which are detailed below.
We place the highest priority on resident education, with a multitude of conferences and educational opportunities including Grand Rounds, Night Team Teaching and a Chief Lectures Series.
A leader in preeminent research, Children's National offers residents hands-on experience discovering new therapies that improve the quality of life and outcomes for children.
Our pediatric residency training program strives to educate residents in the knowledge, skills and art of being an effective teacher.
One of the many advantages of our location is the convergence of several child advocacy organizations in the nation’s capital.
This week-long course, offered in March and October and presented by Global Health Initiative faculty and local global health experts, covers topics ranging from management of dehydration to global health policy.
This pathway provides an opportunity for residents to focus part of their residency education on developing knowledge and skills in global health through didactic teaching, experiential learning and faculty mentorship.