Caroline "Callie" Roth 

Medical School: 

University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine


Eastern Virginia Medical School/Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters

Areas of Interest:

Medical education, curriculum development


Implementation of a Social Determinants of Health Curriculum for Medical Students during their Pediatric Rotation

Improving Multidisciplinary Care Rounds


Favorite thing about program:

I can easily say my favorite thing about the program is the mentorship I've received.  The program director and my career and research mentors have been so wonderful and supportive of both my clinical and scholarly goals. In addition, on smaller projects I've had the opportunity to work with many of the other Pediatric Hospital Medicine faculty and several faculty members from other departments, and I'm incredibly grateful for the mentorship I've received from them as well.

Why you chose fellowship:

My primary reason for choosing fellowship was my interest in academic medicine, particularly in the area of medical education.  Fellowship has given me the opportunity, resources, and dedicated time to gain knowledge and skills in medical education, quality improvement, advocacy, and research. An unexpected bonus of fellowship has been the depth of experience I've gained in the care of Children with Medial Complexity as well which I think is one of our program's greatest assets.


Plans after graduation:

I'm thrilled to be staying on here at the Children's Hospital of New Orleans with LSU as a Pediatric Hospitalists!

Favorite New Orleans spot:

Audubon Park - It's conveniently located near the Children's Hospital and is an incredibly lovely place to spend time outdoors.  My favorite weekend activity is walking the jogging path loop around the park then grabbing a coffee on nearby Magazine Street. It also contains a golf course, zoo, playgrounds, sports fields, and many picnic tables so there's an endless number of things to do there.

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