The UF PPC provides training for short (<40 hours), medium (40-299 hours), and long term (>300 hours) level trainees in all disciplines. Admission, start dates, and a number of hours per week are flexible. Some stipends are available for graduate-level trainees. An educational plan is developed for each student, depending on the duration of time they will spend at the PPC, leadership goals, and trainee interests.
The goal of this program is to train potential leaders in maternal and child health, specifically in pediatric pulmonary care.
Students in each discipline have the option to choose additional courses from a list which is specific to their field.
If you are interested in applying, please contact PPC Co-Director, Ellen Bowser, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship Training Program at the University of Florida is structured to help produce the next generation of exceptional pediatric pulmonologists through fostering personal motivation, creativity, diversity of experience, scholarly activity, and teamwork.