Goals and Objectives
St. Luke’s Clinical Neurophysiology (CNP) Fellowship is a one-year ACGME accredited clinical fellowship and follows ABPN board certification requirements. Specialty expertise is provided in a welcoming and structured educational environment that produces competent practitioners in the field of clinical neurophysiology. Fellowship program goals and objectives align with ACGME core competencies and center on:
- Patient care
- Medical knowledge
- Practice-based learning and improvement
- Communication skills
- System-based practice
The goal of St. Luke’s Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship is to train fellows to:
- Develop competence in recognizing the fundamentals of prevention, evaluation, and management of epilepsy and neuromuscular disease.
- Develop basic and advanced skills of routine EEG, continuous/video EEG, nerve conduction study, and electromyography.
- Develop basic skills of intraoperative monitoring and polysomnography.
- Synthesize and critically interpret the literature and conduct clinical research.
- Apply best clinical practices to improve health outcomes and patient safety.
In addition to clinical duties, clinical neurophysiology fellows participate in scholarly activity, research, and training of residents/medical students.