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Ethics and Professionalism Education, Curriculum and Assessment for Neonatal-Perinatal Fellows

Summary:  Adequate training in ethics and professionalism is crucial so that neonatologists effectively approach and resolve the many ethical dilemmas that arise daily in the NICU.  There are currently no guidelines or standardized curricula for neonatal-perinatal fellows to achieve this competency, and only limited evaluation tools exist to assess such knowledge and skills.  This digitally-innovative curriculum will use the “flipped classroom” approach in which fellows learn course material on-line via multi-media modules, then come to class sessions prepared to engage in discussion and simulation or enacted role-play.  To achieve this, we have partnered with BCH Simulation Program, IPEP and OPEN Pediatrics™, an interactive digital learning platform.

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Christy Cummings
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