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Child Neurology Residency

Benefits, Accreditation, Policies and Funding

Benefits

For a listing of benefits as well as more information about institutional policies, please refer to the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals website.

Accreditation

First accredited in 1990, the Medical College of Wisconsin Child Neurology Fellowship Program received five years of full accreditation in 2012 by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Affiliated with Children’s Wisconsin, our Neuroscience Program has been ranked among the top 50 national centers by U.S. News & World Report. Additionally, the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC) has recognized the Medical College of Wisconsin Pediatric Epilepsy Center as a Level 4 Center which recognizes our exceptional facilities and capabilities in medical and surgical evaluation and treatment for patients with complex epilepsy.

Policies 

Policies (PDF)

MCWAH Policies

In the neurology training years (PGY3, PGY4, PGY5): 12 months are spent rotating in adult neurology with the remainder of the 24 months dedicated to practicing child neurology and elective rotations as per ACGME & American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (ABPN) requirements.

Timing of pediatric and adult neurology months:

In our residency program, we blend the adult neurology months over the three-year period of neurology training (PGY3, PGY4, PGY5) rather than doing all twelve months in PGY3 year.

However, most residents typically opt to complete the majority of required inpatient adult months in their PGY3 year and tend to focus more on outpatient/elective adult neurology months in their PGY4 and/or PGY5 year.