Progress in Pediatric Cardiology is the official journal of SPCTPD and welcomes fellow manuscript submissions with a rapid review time!
The special issue of Progress in Pediatric Cardiology on "Pediatric Graduate Medical Education: Approaches in the Current Era of Duty Hours, Milestones and Entrustable Professional Activities" is now in print: Volume 44 March 2017
Rheumatic Heart Disease Fellowship: American Heart Association Children’s Network
4th Year Non-Invasive Imaging Fellowship Opportunity!
The University of California-San Francisco is offering a position for a 4th year non-invasive imaging fellow to start in July 2018. Candidates must have successfully completed a pediatric cardiology fellowship and be eligible to obtain a California Medical License. Fellows on J-1 or H-1B Visas are welcome to apply. The program continues to expand with 6 Full-Time imaging faculty, a very robust transthoracic and transesophageal program as well as a renown fetal program. The categorical fellowship has 9 fellows. Imaging fellows will get experience in all areas of echocardiography as well as exposure to nationally renown faculty in all areas of cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery.
Interested applicants should send their CV to:
Michael Brook, MD
Director of Echocardiography
SPCTPD Spring 2017 Newsletter
AAP Offering PREP Course for Free to Fellowship Trainee Members
American Academy of Pediatrics will be offering the PREP course for free to Fellowship Trainee Members!
Fall Newsletter 2016
ACCEL Interview on Training Guidelines
In the 2016 March issue of the ACCEL Audio Journal, Dr. Robert Ross discusses the 2015 SPCTPD/ACC/AAP/AHA Training Guidelines for Fellowship Programs in Pediatric Cardiology.
To listen to the interview, please Click Here...
New Training Guidelines 2015
Please see the following links for updated training guidelines. Read More...
The Value of Your SPCTPD Membership
Your SPCTPD membership provides numerous benefits and opportunities to influence educational/training policy. It is also a platform to be a voice for your program and trainees. Read More...