Meredith F Bone

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20122020

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I am a pediatric intensivist working with a team to care for broad range of critical ill children. My non-clinical work is centered on my roles as Director for the Office of Fellowship Programs and the Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship. My focus is on professional and career development of faculty and medical trainees.

My research interests in medical education include faculty development, physician wellness and burnout, and leadership training. I enjoy regularly teaching at national conferences on these topics. My clinical research is focused on: 1) the long term effects of critical illness on children including any impact on functional ability, quality of life and neurocognition. 2) Rehabilitation and mobility of Pediatric Intensive Care Unit patients. 3) Sleep disruption and delirium in patients in the pediatric intensive care unit.

I work as a generalist in the subspecialty of pediatric critical care. I have particular interests in training fellows in this setting and in improving the mobility and rehabilitation of my patients while they are in the ICU.

Certifications and Licenses

General Pediatrics
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Training Experience

2006Residency, University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry
2009Fellowship, Northwestern University, McGaw Medical Center (Children’s Memorial Hospital)

Education/Academic qualification

MD, University of Rochester

… → 2003

Research interests

  • Critical Care Outcomes
  • Delirium
  • Education
  • Pediatric Critical Care
  • Quality of Life
  • Rehabilitation/Therapy

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