Pediatric Residency

Residents receive superior education and training that combines classroom learning with online courses and a hands-on, supervised patient care experience.


Fellows in the UCONN School of Medicine’s ACGME-accredited pediatric fellowship programs receive their training primarily at Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford.

Nurse Residency

The 12-month program is designed to support nurses with less than six months of experience transition from the academic setting to professional nursing practice.

Continuing Education

Continuing Medical Education

Continuing medical education (CME) provides high-quality CME opportunities for pediatric health care providers (including physicians, surgeons, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses) in the region.

Nursing Education

Connecticut Children’s offers several professional development opportunities for nurses, including Nursing Grand Rounds, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, nursing contact hours, and nursing research. 

Educational Resources

The CLASP Co-Management Program publishes referral guidelines that incorporate evidence-based algorithms to outline when, how, and under what circumstances community providers refer patients to pediatric specialists. 

Clinical Pathways aim to improve the quality of care our patients receive. Find pathways for more than 40 conditions in our Clinical Pathways library.