How to Apply

Child Abuse Pediatrics Fellowship

For specific eligibility requirements, please refer to the GME benefits, requirements and resources page. In addition, candidates must be board certified or board eligible for the American Board of Pediatrics. Trainees must hold, before the start date of training, either a valid unrestricted Florida medical license or be registered with the Florida Board of Medicine for a Training License.

Application to the program is made exclusively through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Three letters of reference are required for each applicant, one of which must be from his or her current program director. Applications through ERAS will be accepted until October 31st for the following academic year. Interviews will be scheduled in August, September, October and November.

Division faculty review all completed applications and supporting documentation. Competitive candidates are invited for an interview, at which time faculty members and subspecialty fellows evaluate candidates. Each interviewer fills out an evaluation form, which is scored based on the following areas:

  • Academic credentials
  • Letters of recommendation
  • Professionalism
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Consistency of career plans to the goals of our program

Contact Us

For information on the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville Pediatric Child Abuse Fellowship Program, please contact:

Address

Pediatric Child Abuse Fellowship Program
UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville
4539 Beach Boulevard
First Coast Child Protection Team
Jacksonville, FL 32207