IP Fellowship Curriculum (2014)
Interventional pulmonology fellowship training requires standardization and focus on core competencies defined by the ACGME, even though highly specialized training of IP is currently not recognized at this time by the ACGME. This document is a sample curriculum available to AIPPD fellowship program directors which outlines a curriculum in an ACGME like format.
An Approach to Interventional Pulmonary Fellowship Training
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Validation of an Interventional Pulmonary Examination
Interventional pulmonology (IP) is an emerging subspecialty with a dedicated
12 months of additional training after traditional pulmonary and critical care fellowships with
fellowships across the country. A multiple-choice question (MCQ) examination was developed to
measure didactic knowledge acquired in IP fellowships.
In Attendance: Kamran Mahmood, Moishe Liberman, Andrew Haas, Tanya Wikz, Ziad Boujaoude, Javier Diaz-Mendoza, Hans Lee, Lonny Yarmus, Kevin Kovitz, Dan Sterman, Carla Lamb
Absent: Armin Ernst, Mike Simoff, Momen Wahidi, David Feller Kopman