The Ruth D. and Ken M. Davee Pediatric Neurocritical Care Program at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics, Divisions of Neurology and Critical Care Medicine invites applications from candidates interested in training in pediatric neurocritical care.
During this training program, the fellow will develop expertise in the recognition, evaluation and acute and long-term management of acute neurologic insults, including traumatic brain injury, stroke, refractory status epilepticus, autoimmune and demyelinating disorders, CNS infections, metabolic, neuromuscular disorders and neurologic complications of critical illness.
The fellow will develop expertise in the use and interpretation of neurophysiologic data, such as prolonged video EEG recording, near-infrared spectroscopy and transcranial doppler sonography.
Applicants for the physician fellowship should be board-certified/eligible in pediatric critical care or pediatric neurology.
Applicants for the APN fellowship should have a minimum of two years of ICU nursing experience, a Masters in Nursing from an accredited university, be certified as an acute care pediatric nurse practitioner and be licensed as a registered nurse and advanced practice nurse in the state of Illinois by the time they begin the program.
Dec 14, 2023