There are very few places where you can make that work -- unless you're also a PICU attending. As a peds neurologist with some NCC training, your scope of practice is actually pretty limited when it comes to a general PICU population, which means that it is hard to do much more than consult. Which is fine, but that's a lot of training to see a low volume of inpatient consults. For instance, a place like CHB has enough referral volume to carve out a few beds for dedicated neurocritical care. But it is a multidisciplinary unit, and the director (Tasker) has done two PICU fellowships and an peds neurocritical care fellowship. If you really want to fully manage a pediatric NCC population, that is probably the best way to go.Any info/thoughts on Peds Neuro ICU fellowship? Thanks in advance!