Academic / Research Programs
Family Centered Care Teaching Program
The Family-centered Care Teaching Program (Project PARIS, Parents and Residents in Session), in collaboration with the Division of Pediatric Medical Education, is dedicated to teaching medical residents and students about the value of patient and family-centered care by using parents of medically-ill children as teachers.
Medication Adherence Research Program
This program focuses on studying and validating innovative methods to measure adherence to medications and improve adherence / compliance to medical regimens in pediatric and adult transplant recipients (in collaboration with the Division of Pediatric Liver Diseases and the Recanati/Miller Transplantation Institute) and in other populations.
The Transition Clinical and Research Program
Through this program, there is an established collaboration with several divisions to evaluate practices and provide services related to transitioning the care of growing children from pediatric to adult providers.
Psychology Externship Program
In collaboration with Fordham University, the Division hosts a training program for pediatric psychology trainees who provide testing and clinical services to patients and families as needed.
Pediatric Residency Rotation
As part of their training to become specialized physicians, pediatric residents rotate through the child development and developmental screening clinics. Residents gain experience in conducting developmental evaluations, communicating the results to families, and engaging in ongoing follow up care.
Division of Developmental and Behavioral Medicine
Department of Pediatrics
Mount Sinai Health System
One Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1202B
New York, NY 10029-6574