Education and Training

Boston Children's Hospital is committed to providing high-quality continuing education to pediatric providers and specialists throughout the world. As a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, we have more than 800 attending physicians and researchers who are in the forefront of the understanding and treatment of pediatric diseases and disorders. Our education and training offerings provide an opportunity to learn from the leading experts in pediatric care.

Our current programs - some of them on our Boston campus, some of them online -- are described below. For more information, please visit our web portal or contact the International Health Education program at observership.program@childrens.harvard.edu.

Observership Program

The Observership Program at Boston Children’s Hospital provides knowledge of best practices to improve pediatric care worldwide and promote a collaborate environment for exchange of ideas. Observerships are informal learning experiences and do not constitute formal training or patient contact. Observerships are offered to healthcare providers across a number of departments and divisions. As part of the curriculum, visitors may observe clinical activities and procedures; attend daily rounds, lectures, seminars, and other interdisciplinary conferences occurring in the Hospital.