Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Training Program

DBP Training Program Introduction

An essential part of the mission for Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics (DBP) is to deliver innovative education and training to pediatric residents and fellows.

The one-month required DBP rotation for pediatric residents focuses on the development of typically developing children, identification of children at risk, and comprehensive care for children with developmental disorders.

The DBP Fellowship program, launched in 2008, emphasizes preparation of fellows for leadership roles in (1) family-centered, culturally competent clinical care; (2) clinical research to translate scientific discoveries into effective clinical practices and (3) community partnerships to transform existing health and community services into effective and integrated systems of care.

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This program is supported by a generous grant from the Eucalyptus Fund.

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