Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship

In addition to the standard resident benefits (i.e. stipends, insurance, paid leave/sick days etc.), the fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases (ID) program offers:

  • Paid memberships
    • Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society (membership is free for training fellows)
    • Infectious Diseases Society of America (3 years) or American Academy of Pediatrics (3 years)
  • Library resources
  • Allowances
    • Specialty in-training examination (3 years)
    • Travel allowance for national meetings where fellow is presenting
    • Scholarships available to attend other meetings/conferences
    • Infection control course (IDSA/SHEA): Primer on healthcare epidemiology, infection control and antimicrobial stewardship (online ID fellows course)

Benefits, Requirements and Resources for Accredited Programs

For non-standard programs, view the non-standard benefits page.

University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville residencies and fellowships are designed to offer the finest training possible in order for you to achieve excellence in the diagnosis, care and treatment of patients. To achieve this goal, residents and fellows agree to abide by certain policies and guidelines. In return, a number of benefits and resources are provided for you to succeed.

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In compliance with both the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and the National Resident Matching Program requirements, we have made available a copy of the current resident contract .pdf (Adobe PDF Document), which includes the terms and conditions of appointment. Also provided are the resident eligibility and selection criteria .pdf (Adobe PDF Document) in accordance with NRMP.

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