Global Health TrackThe Global Health Track provides all Pediatric residents and students exposure to the core principles of health disparities in the US and world-wide; exposure to the ethical principles of global health; understanding of basic health needs of refugees and immigrants; understanding of the major causes of childhood morbidity and mortality world-wide.
Flourishing Families Advocacy Track & CurriculumFlourishing Families (FF) is an advocacy track and curriculum designed to empower Yale Pediatric Residents with the knowledge and skills to work as physician advocates in the New Haven community and beyond. FF has a particular focus on teaching and addressing structural health inequities and racism.
Group Well Child Care
Offered as an option to PGY2 and PGY3 residents, our Group Well Child care model allows a resident to recruit a cohort of 4-8 newborns born at about the same time and to follow this cohort for well child visits for the first year of life.
Quality Improvement Curriculum
In our children's hospital, we are constantly looking for ways to improve the care that we deliver to our patients, and our residents have taken a leadership role in this effort.
Yale Pediatric Refugee ClinicA partnership between the Yale Pediatric Residency Program and Integrated Refugee and Resettlement Services of New Haven.
Yale Health Education and Literacy for Asylees and Refugees (Y-HEALAR)A collaboration between Yale healthcare providers and trainees and local organizations that strive to improve health education among New Haven refugee and asylee populations.
External Visiting Pediatric Resident Subspecialty ElectiveAn initiative to enhance healthcare diversity in pediatric fellowship programs.