Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Curriculum Baystate's Emergency Medicine Department offers two ACGME-accredited Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship curricula: 2-Year ABEM Curriculum for graduates of Emergency Medicine Residencies 3-Year ABP Curriculum for graduates of Pediatric Residency Programs Weekly Didactics The clinical curricula are supplemented by weekly didactic conferences including: case-based learning sessions journal clubs joint emergency medicine/pediatric emergency medicine conferences traditional lectures. Simulation Training Baystate Medical Center has a state-of-the-art simulation center and surgical skills laboratory. You will develop core and advanced resuscitation skills through monthly simulation educational activities. Since each fellow's prior residency experience varies, your individual educational needs will also be incorporated into the curriculum. Research We have a long tradition of emergency medicine research in our department, and you will benefit from significant research resources, including: a full-time research nurse a year-round cadre of volunteer research assistants statistical support guidance of faculty with decades of research experience.