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- Dec 26, 2016
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I think it's feasible if you've got a fear of not being a trainee.Has anyone seen a child neurologist (Boarded in neuro) get a pain fellowship? Is this realistic or even possible? It looks like Boston childrens has a pediatric pain fellowship, any experiences with this or similar programs?
I would just focus on the neuro aspect with the side benefit of the esoteric specialty of pediatric pain. Neuro is very pertinent. Programs often like to diversify their class. Convince them you have something unique to offer the class.Thanks, I suppose my main question is would pain PDs consider a child neuro applicant?
To clarify I’m interested in treating both peds and adult patients and not limiting my inquiry to the pediatric specific pain fellowships.